Proposer(s): Hans Dockhorn, Anneke Treep, Jessica Fridrich. Proposed: The PLL step is the step between the OLL cube state and the Solved cube state. PLL Algorithms (Permutation of Last Layer). Developed by Feliks Zemdegs and Andy Klise. Algorithm Presentation Format. Suggested algorithm here. TCLL+ · One Looking · Varasano/Ortega · How to be Sub X. 3×3. OLL · PLL · COLL · VLS · Magic Wondeful · Winter Variation. Best Cubing Resources. Best algs.
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Fridrich PLL worth it?
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I’m currently learning and practicing frodrich Fridrich method, but is it worth it to memorize all the PLL algorithms. I know about 5, but does it really help lpl know all of them or is it a waste of time? There are only 21, and it will be a challenge to find people who would recommend against learning it.
But in general, yes. It’s only 21, which honestly is not all that many. Learn them at whatever pace you feel like. It’s not that many algs, and it takes a few seconds off your solve once you know all I’m assuming you probably know the U perms and maybe A perms, so fridricg the very least, learn: G perms are handy but somewhat hard to recognize quickly.
E’s are also probably worth knowing earlier on. There are some algs with lots of grips and cube rotations. They may seem easier to learn, but you end with a useless algorithm when it comes to speed.
Cyotheking has probably the rridrich algorithms possible, look at the description.
Its worth learning all Its just going to take a while to learn all these algorithms. There are some people that can solve the cube in least than 20 seconds and they only know 2Look. I just started learning CFOP as well.
frdrich Most people have told me that I should stick with 2 look until I can get my solves to about 30 seconds. It’s a big change since I was sitting about 40 with the beginner method and this knocked my times down a lot: P but 2 look seems to be the way to go fridricn you get familiar with it.
Do you actually “set up” the cube for a certain situation and do it a bunch of times in a row? What I’ve fridricb doing is just solving the cube over and over again, and referring to the page for each 4LL situation. This is not helping me memorize very quickly. I’m fairly sure almost every 4LLL case is a cycle if you keep repeating the algorithm.
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Want to add to the discussion? How much can you guys group the amount of algorithms to learn into a lower fridrichh Learn 1 a day, and it fridricj by really fast!