

matsam New user 53 Posts 
I've gotten pretty good at the beginner's method taught on Cube3. I can do it consistently between 1.5 and 2 minutes.
I suppose I should step up and learn the next level, but I'm very intimidated. Does anyone recommend a particular solution and resource for jumping up to the next level? (Whatever is easiest along that path!) Thanks! 
scott0819 Inner circle Toronto, Ont. 1048 Posts 
You should join the Reddit sub r/Cubers. The people are super nice and helpful over there. After beginners method, assuming you want to continue with CFOP, I would recommend learning these things next.
1. Efficient cross solving  planning the whole cross in max. 8 moves. 2. F2L  it will take a while to learn, start early. 3. 2Look PLL (5 algorithms) 4. 2Look OLL (9 algorithms) 5. Full PLL (16 algorithms + 5 you know = 21 total) That's as far as I've gotten. You can learn full OLL but it's 57 algorithms total. 
scott0819 Inner circle Toronto, Ont. 1048 Posts 
Resources:
www.cubeskills.com for most things but I prefer J Perm on YouTube for his F2L guide PDF and videos. 
matsam New user 53 Posts 
Thanks for the tips! I appreciate it.

DragonLore New user Toronto 76 Posts 
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On Jul 20, 2018, scott0819 wrote: An old post, but still very useful â€”and J Perm is actually still around. â€”A belated thanksâ€¦ 
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