1. Dunno where to post it, and I don't want to open a new thread but:

1.61 Pyraminx single WR by Bruno Bereczki @Slovenian open 2012

2. Originally Posted by CRO
Dunno where to post it, and I don't want to open a new thread but:

1.61 Pyraminx single WR by Bruno Bereczki @Slovenian open 2012

LOL scramble?

3. 7 moves + tips

4. Vid? Don't make it 3 WR's with no video.

And also, Daniel Sheppard broke the 5BLD WR at Rapid Dash. 7:0x.yz.

5. Most people knows of ZBLL. (1LLL when all edges are oriented.) But you need nearly 500 algs if you want to learn that.

I wonder how many algs you need if all corners are oriented?

CPEOLL does already exist, and the first five situations is very easy to solve in 1-look with PLL/ELL.

But how many algs would it be for the 10 remaining situations?

I am just wondering if it is hard to solve LL in 1-look if I get all corners oriented.

6. How to reduce CLL+1 to CLLx2:

For each of the eight orientations pick a permanent edge slot. Taking Sune for example, you would always solve the edge to the right of the oriented corner.

If the edge is within the M-slice, use M' or M2 to place the edge at DB always in the same orientation. Then, your corner alg will cycle DB->UR->UL and do a Z-Perm.

Setup: F' U' F U2 R U B L U2 L' U B' U' R'
Solution: U2M' y R'U2R2URUR2U2R' y' U2M

If the edge is within the S-slice, it's the same thing except only a DB->UR->UL cycle.

Setup: F' L' U' L U F U B' U' R' U R B
Solution: M2U' FRU'r'U2rUR'URU'R'F' UM2

7. Originally Posted by Ickenicke
Most people knows of ZBLL. (1LLL when all edges are oriented.) But you need nearly 500 algs if you want to learn that.

I wonder how many algs you need if all corners are oriented?

CPEOLL does already exist, and the first five situations is very easy to solve in 1-look with PLL/ELL.

But how many algs would it be for the 10 remaining situations?

I am just wondering if it is hard to solve LL in 1-look if I get all corners oriented.
It's called ELL, I'm suprised you don't know this already.
29 cases, 3 with pure flips.

8. Originally Posted by jonlin
It's called ELL, I'm suprised you don't know this already.
29 cases, 3 with pure flips.
No, ELL is for when the corners are completely solved solved, not just oriented.

9. U S' U2 M' U' M S U2
8 STM

Anything better (Found by hand BTW)

10. Originally Posted by Cool Frog
U S' U2 M' U' M S U2
8 STM

Anything better (Found by hand BTW)
8 STM and 9 SQTM:
E M S' D S2 U' S' M'