Learn algs for some harder cases that you feel you're doing badly, but overall use intuitive F2L. Play around with different ways to pair pieces up and just practice not stopping while turning.Thanks guys. I average about 10-12 seconds for f2l. And I do f2l intuitively. Should I learn some f2l algs to shave that time down? Or should I continue getting better at it intuitively?
Hey guys. I'm gonna go in a comp in a couple of weeks and I want to learn a few easy one look pll's. I'm learning heaps of oll cases so I don't want the pll's to be to hard and a brain over load. Something I can learn quickly and will shave my time down by a few secs. I average 30 seconds. Thanks.
R' L' F B R' (5f*)R, U’, D’, R, R(wide)
Not short, but relatively fast: F (Rw U Rw' U')3 F'.Hi, Cubers.. I'm not an expert on Cube. I need to shorten an algorithm.
Its an algorithm to solve middle Layer edges. Actually 2 Edges in position but flipped.
I don't know if there is any algorithm for that solve, if there is please share.
I figured it out using one algorithm. now I need to cut it short.. Please Help.. no need to worry what happens in last layer..
(L2U2 F'L2F U2 LU'L) (R2U2 FR2F' U2 R'UR') (2 flipped edges are left and right)
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