LSCE Narrative-Rohan Mawalkar
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I want to get faster at solving this cube!
It was the summer of 2016, and I knew that I was already pretty fast at solving Rubik's Cubes, but I wanted to get faster.
That is a lot to memorize!
The next step in becoming faster was to work on the last step in solving called the Permutation of Last Layer, shortened to PLL.
I should at least try.
It required memorizing 21 sets of moves, each 9-15 moves long.
I knew it would be extremely hard, and I wasn't sure if I could do it.
But, I decided to get started.
I walked to our computer to find a video with all the sets of moves.
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