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What method do you use?

What method do you use?

  • Fridrich

    Votes: 96 68.1%
  • Petrus

    Votes: 12 8.5%
  • Roux

    Votes: 10 7.1%
  • VH

    Votes: 2 1.4%
  • ZB

    Votes: 1 0.7%
  • Other

    Votes: 20 14.2%

  • Total voters
    141
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Tommy

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I'll just state "OTHER" as I was using a F2L beginner method and now I'm 100% focused on Heise since chatting about some FMC stuff.
 

Malachai

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Jul 5, 2008
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I'm using Fridrich, and have learned all the OLLs and PLLs, but my times are still consistently just over 30. Been working on that F2L, but my look-ahead is total crap.
 

Smartyy

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May 21, 2008
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is Heise any good for speedcubing? or is it simply just a method to solve to cube (aimed for fewest moves) ?
 

Neutrals01

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Just started fridrich 4 days ago, currently using fridrich f2l + edge orient ll + corner orient ll + pll (learned all pll..still working on oll,but kinda lazy because only faster by an average of 5~6 turns but with 57<already know 9>, so 5~6 turns for 48 algorithms is...). Still suk in my f2l and pll though, but I love fridrich because my average time for my previous beginner method was average 10 of 12 57.25(practiced around 3 weeks+) but after 4 days of practicing semi-fridrich, managed to get average 10 of 12 47.97.

anyway, I don really know what is Heise or ZZ method.Still new to cubing and don know about all the methods there is.
 
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not_kevin

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LBL is simply layer-by-layer; probably the style you got 57.25 on. Heise is a blockbuilding method that is pretty cool (I epic-fail at it, 'tho), and ZZ is an alternative Fridrich style which uses the fourth F2L to orient corners (correct me if I'm wrong; I didn't really read it very well).
 
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