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[Unofficial] [video] ~30 sec 3x3 solve

TheNextFeliks

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I created my own YouTube channel. In my first video I had a ~30 second solve. Didn't use a timer. Anyway, here it is:


Any tips can be posted on here.
 
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Saveti

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Work on your Cross to F2L transition. Try to have no delays while doing F2L by using look ahead and slowing down to track and look for pairs. Also, work on turn speed
 

aznanimedude

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Re: New Channel. ~30 sec on film

By being more comfortable with algs and execution. Also lol you're telling him to slow down but work on speeding up? Or am I misunderstanding the advice?
 

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By being more comfortable with algs and execution. Also lol you're telling him to slow down but work on speeding up? Or am I misunderstanding the advice?
No, you're not misunderstanding it.

To better explain what I think Saveti meant, you should slow down first. Once you slow down and learn to look ahead, then you should increase your turn speed
 

Saveti

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Oh oops. So I meant, slow down during F2L but learn triggers for OLL and PLL so you can turn faster during LL. To practice turn speed during LL, just repetitively do algorithms and learn finger-trick friendly algs.

Sometimes when I'm watching TV or Youtube, I would practice doing PLL's since I know them by muscle memory. By practicing them over and over, you can get better turn speeds ;D.

Hopefully you understand what I mean lol
 

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