@kev this is great! Getting to a point where I don't need a tutorial anymore. Some of your tips were incredibly helpful!
@kev me, a speedcuber who has practiced various speed solving methods and algorithms to shave off a couple of seconds from my still relatively slow average of 17: *still reads kev's tutorial because its made by him and its therefore cool*
@joel you’re too kind! Now you need to write something on progressing from slow cuber to speed cuber! 😁
@kev I will probably do a "how to solve the rubik's cube fast with the begginner's method" kinda thing. Many simple tricks that can be applied can get you to sub35 with enough effort
@pyre35 lol. I was going to just write the instructions with diagrams, but I quickly realised that this really needed a video to explain it properly. Probably a first and last 😂
@kev @garritfra Looks very similar to the method I'm using. I've occasionally tried looking at F2L tutorials, but can't find one that makes any sense to me... I think if I could understand that technique, maybe I'd save a little time just by dealing with any (luckily) conveniently oriented pairs - and falling back to the beginners method for the rest because I don't have the inclination to learn any complicated algorithms! 😂
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