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Your best time with Beginner's method?

7Games7

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I had a 26.66 once... it was so painful to then get a 1:10 solve after I'd learnt the Fridrich method.
 

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Do it for a joke at College and consistently get sub 22~ using Roux block layer, L4C then K4 F2L and ELL...

Using pure Beginners I could probably get 23 at a push although for now I will stick with Roux :p much more efficient
MUCH more efficient. The amount of moves required to execute a beginners method solve is unbearable.
 
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With 4-algorithm last layer: -

Best single with beginner's method: 20.58s
Best ao5 with beginner's method: 26.41s
Best ao12 with beginner's method: 27.07

With 4LLL

Best single with beginner's method: 19.98s
Best ao5 with beginner's method: 22.47s
Best ao12 with beginner's method: 23.95s

I still use beginner's method (with 4LLL) to warm up my hands...
 
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I used standard LBL for a begginner method, but I used a different last layer. I solved top edges orientation, then permutation, then corner permutation, then orientation. I know I got down to about 45 seconds (for my PB) before I started learning CFOP. I wonder what I'd get with it now :p.

I tried and got 39, 44, 41, 46, and 38.

The lookahead is sooooo easy!!! I love it! lol. ;)
 
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