Neither, just do straight blockbuilding. And don't learn that set right now.Practiced a bit and got a 26.35 Avg5 with only the rudimentary Alg set. One solve was 20.34 secs.
My question is now: what Start is better? Corners first or 3 cross pieces and then corners? With the last i am faster than the others. And is it useful to learn the Algset which inserts two redges at once?
Use roux block tutorials, then add on the two corners AFTER. There are no tutorials, but just make a roux lock then add two corners.So my plan for the coming weeks is learning CLL from Waterman and blockbuilding first layer. are there any good tutorials on blockbuilding first layer? There are everywhere tutorials for 2x2x2 blocks, roux blocks and others. but I need a roux block + 2 corners and maybe there are tutorials on this situation out there ?
It's faster to solve two kinds of pieces at once then to solve them seperately. If you get an easy corner situation, corners first is faster, but generally, blockbuilding is better.Just a random question: why is watermans corners first start for the first face not good? I mean I can onelook the corners first solution in inspection and edges are done in pair + one edge if needed...
This is if practiced the best solution and CLL can already be predicted while doing edges of the first layer if you hold the FL on D. Opinions on that?
Because I focus at the moment on first layer & CLL
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