I restarted working on blidfold solving, I know the basics quite well but have near 0 practice.
I started memorizing algorithms 1-2 years ago with a PAO system I made for it but since I forgot it anyway, I’m starting over.
I’m not really interested in speed and would like to avoid rote memorization as in doing the 3 algorithms I need to know tens of time untill I know them.
I’m considering building myself a PAO system once more but I’d also like to know if any of you have something similar to memorize algorithms?
Something helping you memorize a long algo ( 10-20 moves ) by lookign at it once.
(Even if you can’t make the moves quickly, as long as you know the moves)
If someone’s interested, my PAO was quite simple :
for each letters : R, L, (U or T), D, F, B
I had 1 “good” and 1 “bad” of all three categories ( Person, Action, Object ).
That’s the gits of it;
If you want an example, R U R’ would look something like “Red Hood (good) Unboxes (good) a Rat(Bad)”