Basically, post your solution (memo and movecount optional) using the scramble in the post above. List out what you're solving for each set of moves you do. Then provide a scramble for the next person.

I'll go first, I suppose.

Scramble: B2 R2 D' U' B2 U' L2 B2 L2 F2 U R' U' L U R' B L U' L F

Method: Pre-Orient Old Pochmann

Memo: 1:01.64

Exec: 1:01.72

Time: 2:03.36

Memo:

CO

(UB)head...

(UB)head...

The BLD "Example Solve" Game!]]>

so here it is:

i start by giving you a scramble, and then show the way of solving it using the method i use, then i post a new scramble ... the next member take it and make a solve for it using the method he use, then he post a scramble for the next member to solve it, and so on.

so, random scramble from cubetimer.com

U2 R' D2 R2 U' R2 F2 R L' B2 L' R' D2 L' B L2 R U D' B2 F' D' L2 B' U'

i use Fridrich method...

The 3x3x3 Example Solve Thread]]>

Someone can do the first solve with this scramble.

(1, 0) / (0, 3) / (2, -1) / (0, -3) / (6, 0) / (0, -3) / (6, -5) / (-3, 0) / (0, -1) / (2, -3) /

Please use random state scrambles!]]>

- Each of us posts ONE MOVE (htm or stm, rotation doesn't count as 1 move) in order to solve the cube but giving the reason for the movement in a spoiler.

- The following player posts another move (not the opposite of the previous and without looking at the previous spoiler) giving the reason for the movement in an other spoiler.

...

- The last player posts the last movement to solve the cube and then posts another scramble....

The One Move 3x3x3 example solve!]]>

Hopefully this will help people in improving on 2x2 in one way or the other

So here goes,

Scramble: R F' U' L U' R' U R' F U R

solution -

x R U' R' U R U' R'

U' F ( R U R' U' )x2 F'

U' y' R2 U' B2 U2 R2 U' R2

Next : F' U R' U R' U L' F R F' L]]>

The Roux "Example Solve" Game!]]>

So, I give a scramble, and you write down your own ZZ solution. The solution can either be a "first try solution", which means you would do that during a regular speedsolve...

The ZZ "Example Solve" Game!]]>

Pyraminx Notation

First scramble: B U' L' R L' R' B' U l r' b']]>

Welcome to the 4x4 example solve game!

A member uses the scramble of the person above him/her on his 4x4, posts his broken down solve and posts another scramble for the person after him/her to use.

starting scramble: R' Fw U' Fw L' F Fw B2 U2 Uw' B' R' Uw L2 F2 L D' R' F Rw2 D2 Fw D' Fw' B' L Rw D2 Fw2 Uw B' D' Rw' D Fw R2 Uw2 D' F2 B2

sorry, I don't have the time to start...]]>

B L' B R' B' R' B' U L'

y2 R' r' R r R' r' R r (CLS + U center)

x' y r' R r R' z2' r' R r R' (U perm)

2.71 speedsolve

Next: B' U' B R' U B' L' R]]>

So, here is a place to do both.]]>

I am a rising Junior @ IU.

For those who don't know me: I use sammich. For all cubes. 4x4 was my specialty! I do not use CFOP for 3x3 because I'm faster with my version of corners first aka sammich.

Here's an example solve for the 4x4; I have recently achieved a 37.78 single, and a 47.47 ao12. And since it's the summer and I have an...

Sammich (direct solving) example solves, for 4x4; reintroduction]]>

I invite everyone to submit their own here in this thread. I will include them on a web page I am building.

Not looking for: impossibly long scrambles were you set a world record solve

Looking for: Stuff like this:

...and...

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Post Your Cool 4x4x4 Patterns/Solves]]>

Please use most recent unused scramble in the thread, then

Welcome to the Example Solve Forum (Please read before posting)]]>