Talk:3x3x3 Speedcubing Methods

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I went ahead and made the methods into list items to try and make it easier to read, but this page is still unnecessarily wordy. Descriptions should be made much shorter and more concise... the pages on the methods themselves can entail more detailed descriptions. // JBCM627 02:44, 31 August 2008 (UTC)

I think you've ranked the difficulty pretty stupidly. Why is heise more advanced than fridrich? </BAWW> --Kirjava 20:48, 14 September 2008 (UTC)

I do not like the way these methods are categorized. Fridrich, Petrus, and Roux are intermediate? Heise is an advanced speedcubing method? From the way it's organized it makes it seem that the best method is Heise, when Fridrich, Petrus, and Roux are clearly more suitable for speedsolving. FMC is another story. I feel two categories is enough for this: beginner and advanced.

Ok, we should reorganise it then. Also, I'm getting some information about the L2L4 method in a few days which will go well in the wiki.

I think "advanced" are mtheods that uses many algs, let's say 100+ like ZBLL for 3x3x3 or EG for 2x2x2. But methods like Fridrich are not intermediate, I would like to say semi advanced (limit 50+ algs ?) Any 3LLL is intermediate (25-50 algs) and 4LLL or even more than tat are simple methods. // Kenneth 08:00, 17 September 2008 (UTC)
I believe that the number of algs should be part of the equation, but that should not be the only factor.