R2 D2 F2 R2 D2 L F2 U2 L' D2 R D R2 B D B2 U2 L2 D' F' L'
r' U L' F2 L U D F D' L'
r' U' R' U2 R U R U2 R U2 R' U' r U R'
F R U' R' U' R U R' F'
U M' U M U' M' U' M' U' M' U2 M U M2' U M' U2 M'
Does this look good (aside from the LSE ) for a Roux noob? I decided to try again when I realized I might do better with white on L than D.
x2 y U R' U2 B2
U R2 U2 R' U F'
M U' M' U2 r' U R' U2 R2
U M U' M' U2 R' U R
U R U' L' U R' U' L
M U' M' U M' U2 M' U M'
U M' U2 M' U M2 U u2 M' u2 M
I think im doing better at making my solve more efficient.
So, I realize that my right block sucks hardcore. (Usually twice as slow as my first block)
I also know that my first block isn't as efficient as it could be.
I don't really know how not to be CN since I rely quite a bit on it and spend most of the inspection trying to find something decent
How to practice Right block?
How to Practice left block?
I will deal with my poopish LSE later.
(Ohya I am like 16-23 times(I once got a avg of 5 that was 16 second with a Standard deviation of 3.85))
Left block(First block) - Since youre CN, this should be easier and more efficient than me Youre looking for Corner edge pair, anything works. Square should be easy enough to find. practice that blindfold. And look for efficient pairs and efficient inserts.
Then Second block it all about speed.(for me)
I try to speed up cause there are more moves and I gotta try to do it in the same amount of time as FB.
I practice by solving slow and trying to find new efficient moves. Also looking for finger tricks. Then the occasional blindfold Block.
I am starting to learn Roux to try to get sub-20. I only average around 22 with CFOP. So, I was wondering what CMLL and COLL actually stands for. I think I'm going to learn CMLL.
Another question I have is why do some Roux solvers solve the UL and UR edges then cycle the M layer edges rather than solving the DF and DB and then doing a simple U layer edge cycle?
And do any Roux solvers solve their two 1x2x3 blocks with different colors? I can't really think of a good way to explain what I'm thinking. I think that might help with C*LL recognition.
COLL= corners of last layer
CMLL= corners of last layer (M-slice)
COLL only affects corners and edge permutation while CMLL uses shorter algs but affects the M-slice, so its better if you're using roux.
People solve UF UR because it's faster.