I wouldn't really consider myself a pro, but... The only practice
routine I have at this point is the PLL algs. I have a sequence
that runs me through all 21 algs from a solved cube, back to a
solved cube with several checkpoints along the way (where the
cube should be solved). I timed myself once at about 1:38 for the
whole sequence - obviously room for improvement. Some day, I'll
have to put the practice routine up on my website.
I intend to come up with a similar sequence for practicing all of
the OLL algs, once I have all of them learned. I've still got
quite a ways to go on that, though. I haven't even thought about
one for the F2L, but that would be great to have.
--- In speedsolvingrubikscube@y..., "hatadey" wrote:
> I was wondering, do any of you 'cube professionals' have
> practice routines which you go through to help you
> remember/understand solving certain stages of the cube better?
> I am looking for other practices rather tham simply just
> endless solving of the cube.