[OLLCP] - OLL 37 (Easiest Set to Learn)

[OLLCP] - OLL 37 (Easiest Set to Learn)
Hi Guys, l'm thinking of posting short videos about OLLCP and l was wondering if you'd like to see them here on youtube or on Instagram. i've posted the same video on my instagram (instagram.com/egidecubing) to give you an idea of what it looks like over there. What do you think?

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