OLL/PLL progress

Here is a running log (via Google Docs) of my personal progress of learning OLL/PLL algorithms and moving away from the Beginner’s Method. If I’ve blogged about the OLL/PLL, its name hyperlinks to the post.

As I’ve written several times, I am not great at memorizing. So, each of these took a lot of practice — running them over and over and over again until they became part of my auto-mechanical muscle memory.

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