1. A T perm which involved M slices would be nice, can anyone help?

Thanks.

2. Originally Posted by sa11297
but what if I dont want to rotate? :P
(U'R'UR)Dw(LU'L')

3. Originally Posted by Sa967St
I use R' F2 R U2 R U2 R' F2 R U2 R'.
It's 2 moves more than the optimal alg, but it's still very fast and you only need to re-grip once.
I'm not getting fast with the F2 / U2 alteration and its a U2 away from my recognition angle.

I'm doing x R2 U2 R' z' R2 U L2 U' R2 U' x' (in the database is only R2 F2 R' B2 R F2 R' B2 R' )

4. Originally Posted by 95Rifles
A T perm which involved M slices would be nice, can anyone help?

Thanks.
I just made one by hand, but it's kind of long.
U2 M x' U R U' M' F2 M U R' U' M' x U2 R' U2 R' U2 R U2 (19)

Also, if you do like the above,
J-Perm
R' U2 l M U R U' M' F2 M U R' U' M' x U2 R' U2 (17)

Y-Perm
M U R U' M' F2 M U R' U' l' M' U2 R U2 R U2 x' (17)

But I'm not really a speedsolver to determine if these are fast.

5. Originally Posted by sa11297
Does anyone know an algorithm to solve this case when the slot is in the back? (case 25 and 26) http://www.speedsolving.com/wiki/index.php/F2L
l U R' F' R' F R U'

6. Square One L case

Does anyone know a good algorithm for the square one 'L case'?

Does anyone know a good algorithm for the square one 'L case'?
This?? (1,0) / (3,-3) / (3,0) / (-3,0) / (0,3) / (-3,0) / (2,0)

8. What alg do people use for this COLL case? http://www.speedsolving.com/wiki/ind...up=COLL&cid=10

None of them look very fingertrick friendly :/

9. Originally Posted by Jaycee
What alg do people use for this COLL case? http://www.speedsolving.com/wiki/ind...up=COLL&cid=10

None of them look very fingertrick friendly :/
Either R' (Y perm) R or (y') F (Y perm) F'.

10. Originally Posted by Sa967St
Wow thats extremely easy. YAY for learning new algs.