1. i solved my platypus blindfolded with commutators

2. Originally Posted by aronpm
i solved my platypus blindfolded with commutators
Cool so how would that work?

3. a b a' b'

4. Originally Posted by aronpm
a b a' b'
What parts of the puzzle do I turn for a and b

5. Originally Posted by Michael Womack
What parts of the puzzle do I turn
The tips and the faces.

6. Originally Posted by drewsopchak
The tips and the faces.
Is a the face turns or b?

7. Originally Posted by Michael Womack
Is a the face turns or b?
Either.

8. These last few posts have been priceless.

9. Is there a way I can use U2 for + centers on a 5x5 BLD? I currently can solve 4BLD using U2 centers. I know I should learn comms, but as of right now I am lazy.

10. Yes, I also use U2 for 5BLD - I just can't do 5BLD because of my poor memo.

Slot: Ur
Default target: Ul

A few examples for setups (do Setup U2 Setup' for solving):
Fl: E l E' l'
Fr: l' E2 l
Fu: y M u' M' y'
Fd: y' M d' M' y

Dl: l B2 E2 B2 l'
D*: setup to Dl with some D move

Ub and Uf:
r' E' r U r' E r U r' E' r U2 r' E r U2
or
r' E' r U' r' E r U' r' E' r U2 r' E r U2
Depends on the ordinal numbers of the targets. Use the first one for Ub if it is the first, third, etc. target, and also the first one if Uf is the second, fourth, etc. target. Other: the second alg.

Parity: U2

I think you can figure out the rests based on these.

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