If you have some understanding of what you are doing you may often make short algs/sequences directly from intuition/muscle memory, I believe that can be faster than doing algs you do not fully understand. Then again it may cut both ways, i know ...How does algcount affect TPS?
LLEF+1C got quite a few cases (though there are fewer cases than algs). He also claims to know 20% of LL, so thats' pretty many algs.I think he was referring to his own method. Recollection and recognition problems don't really show up until you hit about 200 algs for a single step.
Considering 20% of LL is some 240 algs not counting mirrors *or inverses*, I'm betting this is not the number of algs he actually knows, but rather the rough proportion of cases he could do in one look on if he tried, counting stuff like easy setups to algs he knows.He also claims to know 20% of LL, so thats' pretty many algs.
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