Congratulations Chris, I am very proud of you :)
Now maybe you could give me some motivation to carry on with ZB, I am
falling behind. :(
From: cmhardw [mailto:email@example.com
Sent: 31 March 2005 07:44
Subject: [Speed cubing group] Done!
I am very happy, I finished learning all 158 ZBF2L cases today! It
took me a little over 2 months to do it, which worked out to about 2.5
cases per day. I now solve exclusively using the VH method (F2L w/
orienting LL edges, COLL, PLL) and average 19-23 seconds using it. I
still need to work on my recognition time and moving algs to my
subconscious, particularly with the ones I have learned more recently.
The algs I started with two months ago I can recognize very quickly,
and I don't think recognition for all 158 cases will be hard with lots
I'm going to take about 2-3 weeks off from learning to really cement
all these algs in my head very well. After that I'll move on to the
ZBLL and start learning those too.
For those who thought ZBF2L might be too unreasonable because of the
number of algs I can say that I don't think it will be at all. I
think it will take a lot of practice, but for about half the algs (the
ones I learned 1 month ago or more) I have very quick recognition and
execution. I imagine in another month I will be comfortable with all
See my site for the algs I use for ZBF2L as well as what I consider to
be a useful order for which cases to learn first.
So far I only know for certain of 4 other people learning ZB right
now, but I would like to wish everyone that is (including those I
don't know about) lots of luck and fun by learning!
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