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The Wuest for Sub 8 Petrus

Etotheipi

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12.314 single PB at school today o_O. The sad thing is it was a a LEOR solve, since there was a full Roux FB. So I can’t call it Petrus really... EDIT:
I guess it kind of was, since I’ve decided that LEOR is an extension to Petrus.

Scramble:L' B D' F' R' F D L' D' R2 D2 L2 U L2 D R2 L2 generated by ChaoTimer
With LEOR you do EO while you solve DF and DB, so you still did a Petrus solve.
 

PetrusQuber

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Guys, I think I’m going to pause this quest for a bit, because speedsolving is getting a little boring. So I looked at BLD and FMC, and the former appealed to me more. I’ll stop trying to learn ZBLL and focus mainly on 3x3 for a couple weeks, then get back into it.
PS we are on 14/15 for the Wuest petition :) (I lowered the number, cos it seemed kind of far fetched). Look at post 267.

My memo isn’t great at the moment, need to improve my letter pair speed, and also come up with better ones. I might learn M2 (actually I understand most of it now, just need to work on M slice targets).
 

OreKehStrah

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My memo isn’t great at the moment, need to improve my letter pair speed, and also come up with better ones. I might learn M2 (actually I understand most of it now, just need to work on M slice targets).
I think it’s good to take breaks and explore other aspects. I got into blind solving earlier this year and I find it to be really fun, cool, and refreshing as a break. Especially since I can see rapid improvement in an event again. Also, Jack Caí is working on an M2 tutorial with a lot of alternative setup algs that I like.
 

ProStar

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Guys, I think I’m going to pause this quest for a bit, because speedsolving is getting a little boring. So I looked at BLD and FMC, and the former appealed to me more. I’ll stop trying to learn ZBLL and focus mainly on 3x3 for a couple weeks, then get back into it.
PS we are on 14/15 for the Wuest petition :) (I lowered the number, cos it seemed kind of far fetched). Look at post 267.
I mean, you can still learn new algs and practice them some; you don't really need to learn any for BLD. What's your average rn for BLD?
 

PetrusQuber

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Tbh I’ve only got like 3 successes total, both which took around half an hour... Good thing is my memo speed seems to have improved somehow, so it’s around 15 mins to memo. Need to work on that. I might do M2, which requires three long algs (spots E, O and parity).
 

PetrusQuber

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Roughly -
2x2x2 - 2.5 seconds
2x2x3 - 4 seconds
EO - 1-3 seconds
F2L - 4-6 seconds
LL - 4-5 seconds
It all depends. Sometimes I will get a free pair, which lowers times. Sometimes I get a easy COLL case. Sometimes there will only be two bad edges. Etc. (This is my estimate by the way)
 

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