PicklePirate6663 karma2019-06-23 04:28:33 UTC
Those videos are most certainly not fake, they've just spent years solving. Overtime you learn more algorithms, maybe a different method or switch your turning style, look ahead efficiency, etc...
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PicklePirate6663 karma2019-06-23 04:33:11 UTC
There's always a different scramble. You don't always solve it the same way, you can also time yourself and see that yourself improve overtime. Sometime's it takes forever to break that sub 30 or sub 20 barrier, but when you do, it's so satisfying.
PicklePirate6661 karma2019-06-23 04:37:55 UTC
Have you ever tried using the Roux method? I highly recommend it.
PicklePirate6661 karma2019-06-23 04:47:50 UTC
Sometimes your best solves are the ones you don't really think on haha I get that feeling
PicklePirate6661 karma2019-06-23 04:44:00 UTC
Yeah learning it is always the hardest bit, anyways good luck on future solves, pass that sub 10 barrier :D
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