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    Quote Originally Posted by fastcubesolver View Post
    Who is the fastest 3OP user for 3x3BLD?
    It is really hard to just say who the fastest 3OP solver is (which is probably why people won't respond to this). Most solvers that have become very good at 3OP move on to faster methods. Also 3OP edges is a terrible idea in comparison to BH, M2, turbo and even OP. Because of this, a lot of people just use it for corners. Here is a fast 3OP corners example by feliks zemdegs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carson View Post
    What about this case? Ubl -> Dbr -> Ubr
    Set up to case: D' r2 [D' l2 D] r2 [D' l2 D] D

    -Ubr and Dbr can become interchangeable if you apply the setup move D', therefore the interchanging move will be r2.
    -Now you need to find an insertion that will preserve the interchanging layer (r slice in this case). Ubl can be inserted at Dfr by doing [D' l2 D].
    -We already know that the interchanging move is r2, so the commutator can now be applied: [ABA'B'] = [D' l2 D] r2 [D' l2 D] r2

    The full algorithm including the setup move would be: D' [ABA'B'] D = D' [D' l2 D] r2 [D' l2 D] r2 D

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    I need some help with my letter pair list, it's almost done.

    http://tinyurl.com/7bnla9h

    If you want to help fill in my missing letter pairs, please post them here (you can't edit the document anyway).

    Also, what is the best way to go about memorizing letter pairs?

    Any help is appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JyH View Post
    Also, what is the best way to go about memorizing letter pairs?
    Just memorizing the images that go with the letter pairs? It's as simple as reciting them. It really should be pretty easy. I found that as soon as I had finished creating my list in a document (which took me about a month), I almost had them memorized already; it only took a few more days to actually have them all learned pretty solid.
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    Has anybody done a 3x3x3 blindfolded with feet before?
    The wiki! read the FAQ and forum rules. Very useful resources. Post your efforts. Solve blindfolded. Introduce yourself! BB code - Compete! - Ask a question!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sahid Velji View Post
    Has anybody done a 3x3x3 blindfolded with feet before?
    Tim Sun was the first to do it, as far as I know. Since him, several of us have done it. I actually managed a successful average 3/5 for the weekly competition once (if I remember right, the average was somewhere around 15 minutes), although my attempts since then have convinced me that I was rather lucky that time. It's hard to avoid accidentally misorienting the cube.
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    In Multi-Blind if you are off by a U turn on 2 different cubes, is it a DNF or something else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cuber952 View Post
    In Multi-Blind if you are off by a U turn on 2 different cubes, is it a DNF or something else?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sahid Velji View Post
    Has anybody done a 3x3x3 blindfolded with feet before?
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    How do twisted/flipped pieces fit into your inspection/memorizing process? I'm particularly curious what fast people have to say. I usually take a few seconds at the beginning to look for any of them, but that seems inefficient. (This is for 3cycle types of solving, not that it necessarily matters).
    I put this in the one question thread because I know it's been answered here before, and would be satisfied if anyone knows where the earlier discussion went.

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