1. ## 2x2 blindsolve

what is the easiest and fastest method to lern for blindsolving a 2x2 and where can i find one of those?

2. I often just do my regular 2x2 method, just looking ahead to see what to do. If its a difficult first side, I would just do it the same as 3x3 corners.

3. By fastest do you mean fastest to execute or will take the least time to learn? Using just classic pochmann will probably be the easiest to learn and will get you your first successful solve quicker. 3OP is not much harder and is a faster method.

4. I forget what they call it, but the best method is to actually do 3-5 normal moves, and only have 2-3 corners left, and swap them. I used to have the UWR that way, but apparently people care enough to actually practice this. :x

5. Speed bld is when you just solve it with a normal method

6. You are misunderstanding I think. With only eight pieces, someone who is decent at BLD, can look ahead to solve over half of the corners, and memo the rest. For example->

scramble
L2 F' L' B L2 U' B2 U F' R D B L2 D2 B2 D2 B' D2 F2 L2 F2 L B' L' U

R' F2 R

cycle FLU->BRU->BRD

done.

7. One way to do this is to find any 3x3 blindfolded tutorials and just learn the corners part.

8. Originally Posted by byu
One way to do this is to find any 3x3 blindfolded tutorials and just learn the edges part.
don't you mean corners?

9. Oh yeah sorry, I'll fix that

10. It's best to just use your regular speed method and know what each step/algorithm does.

Originally Posted by KYLE ALLAIRE DROPS BOMBS!
I forget what they call it, but the best method is to actually do 3-5 normal moves, and only have 1-2 corners left, and swap them. I used to have the UWR that way, but apparently people care enough to actually practice this. :x
Swapping one corner in it's place?

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