PLL is the last step of the Fridrich Method. After you finish OLL, pieces on the last layer will need to be permuted moved around. Find out which diagram indicates how you need to move them around, and apply the algorithm. Then one of the diagrams should match what you have. You need all of the 21 algorithms below to solve this stage in a single step.
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And if you find this stuff useful, you can stay in touch and show your support on my Facebook! I like hearing from my students. Q: I've been cubing for X months, and my average is Y. Is this good? X and Y are numbers. A: This question has no good answer. It depends primarily on how much practice you had, and even if you tell me, I won't be able to say. Here is a graph of my personal progress. As you can see, while I practiced, I was getting better.
But of course once you stop practicing, you will level off, or even increase in times. Good news is that at least from my experience, it is pretty easy to regain your old skill. Q: I'm doing method X right now, but when should I move on to more advanced method Y?
A: As fast as you can or want. It's not like you must master one phase to get to another. As soon as you understand what the next phase is about, there is no harm starting to experiment with it. A: If X is a move, check some notation page. If X is anything else, please refer to the glossary. Another website to use for help is the Rubik's Cube Wiki. If all else fails, use this page.
A: They are there to make the algorithm look nicer, or make it more easy to remember by grouping common parts. A: Watch my "How to become a speedcuber" video. Go down the list in the video description.
If you get to parts that you feel completely lost in, you are going too fast. A: You are not special at all, sorry. This exact same problem haunts every single person that tried to get into F2L, and I received at least messages about it. After some practice, you will learn to completely ignore all pieces that have yellow on them, and all you will see are the F2L corners and edges.
Just let the brain do the work, there is nothing you can do to speed this up, except for more practice. A: No its not. In double layer turns you move the center. So actually there is a hidden cube rotation in there. A: I'm sorry, YouTube message interface is terrible and I don't go there anymore. Best place to reach me is my Facebook page, I check that from time to time.
A: Its on my head, trapped between my head and my giant headphones. It actually works out very nicely and allows me to completely ignore the camera most of the time and just concentrate on the cube stuff. I occasionally glance at the computer monitor to see if everything is still in view, and adjust my head slightly as needed.
A: Back when I was starting out there was no such thing as a useful tutorial for anything really concerning the Rubik's cube. After going through all algorithms for F2L and trying to memorize them, I discovered patterns and then one day it finally all 'clicked'.
In that same day, I just right away took the camera, and in my frustration of there not being any video on this on YouTube, I just recorded the entire first F2L video on spot, and then it got really popular somehow. That was the start. The rest happened because I enjoy teaching and I also really like making and editing videos. Other people on the forums know MUCH more about cubes and the different mods you can do, and building different hybrids, etc, whatever is "in" these days But I use DIY cubes from www.
A: I use Jig-a-loo. You have to be careful on how you use it though-- you can't apply too much of it at the same time, or it can melt your cube. Otherwise its great! A: Yes I own a 2x2,4x4,5x5,7x7 and I can solve all of them, but I don't usually like to.
A: Yes I can, in terrible times because I don't practice it, almost ever. I just use simple Pochmann method. A: I've had this name for a really long time. I used to be a big fan of Diablo2, so when I had to create my email address username on hotmail, i decided to use Mephisto as my username. But of course Mephisto was already taken, so I tried Mephisto1, Mephisto2, all the way up to about 9, and all was taken. So then I thought One of them was the word 'bad'.
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Q: What does X mean? Q: What do the brackets mean in algorithms? Q: I can execute F2L algorithms quickly, but it takes me very long to find the pairs! Q: Wait a minute YouTube Q: I Added you as a friend but you didn't accept. A: I dont accept any friend invites. But maybe I still hate you, who knows? Q: I wrote you a message and you never replied! You're mean! Q: Where is the camera? Q: What programs do you use to make your vids?
A: For video editing: Sony Vegas. For screen capture: CamStudio. A: About months, i took it slow without any rush. I learned roughly 1 a day. Q: What lubricant do you use? Q: Can you solve big cubes? Q: Can you solve blindfolded? What method do you use? Q: What does your name badmephisto mean?
Permutation of Last Layer (PLL's)
OLL is the 3rd step of the Fridrich Method. Right after you finish the F2L, your cube will look like one of the following cases on top. After performing the algorithm, your cube should be all yellow on top. You need all of the 57 algorithms below to solve this stage in a single step.
Guide to sub-15 averages using the Fridrich Method
A: Follow the Guide also link on left I put together. It orders all of my YouTube videos in the sequence I think they should be watched. A: It's alright to get started with an ordinary cube from a store, but I would encourage you to order a professional Rubik's Cube online fast, as it makes a very large difference and really speeds you up. And if you find this stuff useful, you can stay in touch and show your support on my Facebook!