1. Originally Posted by DavidWoner
Uhhhhh there is A LOT wrong with thrawst's method. If you are trying to minimize number of algs then use Screw, it's sub20able with 5 algs.
i meant for beginners (and im not saying its the best for a beginner) but with a single swap for separation, it isnt that bad

2. Originally Posted by vcuber13
there isnt anything wrong with the method, you may not get really fast but i can get sub 40 pretty easily with it.
The method is really bad. Basically, it's the same thing. The problem is you are orienting one layer at a time basically only using J perms and L perms. Then you have to do the same thing on the bottom layer.

I've seen other tutorials, I just don't care that much about Square-1.

3. i know what the method is, and you cant separate only only layer...

4. Originally Posted by DavidWoner
Uhhhhh there is A LOT wrong with thrawst's method. If you are trying to minimize number of algs then use Screw, it's sub20able with 5 algs.
Is actually one detailed SCREW tutorial out there? Only find some youtube videos which are just explaining the idea.
Also, your pm box is full.

5. Will join once I learn edge separation algs, Im currently solving the first layer with some intuitive block building method, and Stefan's J-perm Sq-1 PLL for the last layer (pretty similar for what yuu call thrawst's method).

6. Sub 15
forte 18.33
vcuber 20.88
Sub 20
Sarah 28.89
Sub 30
DeepSubDiver 24.4
AJ Blair 35.23
Theanonymouscuber 1:43.18

7. 1. (4,0) (5,-4) (-3,3) (1,3) (6,3) (-3,5) (-2,0) (6,0) (6,0) (2,1) (0,3) (0,4) (6,0) (5,4) (-2,0) (3,2)
2. (0,6) (6,0) (3,0) (-2,5) (-2,2) (4,2) (3,2) (0,3) (-4,2) (0,1) (3,0) (4,3) (0,3) (0,3) (6,2) (1,4)
3. (6,-4) (-5,1) (-1,2) (0,4) (6,0) (6,3) (-3,3) (6,3) (0,3) (5,3) (6,0) (-2,2) (0,5) (6,4) (0,2) (3,0)
4. (0,-4) (0,6) (6,4) (0,3) (-5,2) (0,2) (-2,0) (-2,2) (0,5) (0,4) (-3,5) (-3,0) (0,2) (5,0) (0,2) (6,0) (0,2) (4,3)
5. (0,0) (-3,0) (0,5) (3,1) (-3,3) (-4,3) (-4,0) (6,0) (-4,3) (-2,0) (-2,1) (-4,0) (-2,0) (4,0) (6,5) (0,2) (-4,3)
6. (1,-1) (0,3) (-4,0) (-5,1) (0,5) (6,0) (3,2) (0,4) (6,4) (-2,5) (4,3) (6,0) (0,5) (-2,4) (-1,0) (0,1) (3,0)
7. (4,-4) (6,0) (3,0) (-1,0) (4,1) (-1,2) (0,1) (5,2) (-2,4) (0,2) (6,0) (5,0) (0,1) (4,3) (2,5) (0,4) (6,0)
8. (0,-4) (0,6) (1,0) (0,3) (0,1) (3,4) (2,5) (1,0) (6,1) (-2,0) (-4,2) (1,0) (0,3) (-3,0) (0,3) (0,2) (0,3) (3,0)
9. (-3,6) (6,-3) (0,1) (0,4) (0,2) (3,0) (6,0) (0,4) (0,5) (0,2) (0,1) (-4,0) (-4,0) (4,0) (0,3) (-4,0) (0,2) (-2,1) (0,5)
10. (1,6) (-3,-3) (2,0) (6,3) (0,4) (5,3) (3,3) (0,4) (2,0) (3,0) (3,2) (-2,0) (0,4) (5,4) (0,3) (6,0) (-2,0)
11. (1,3) (3,0) (0,5) (0,3) (6,3) (-2,0) (5,2) (-3,0) (-3,1) (3,0) (-3,3) (0,2) (6,0) (2,3) (0,1) (0,3) (6,4)
12. (-3,-4) (0,4) (0,3) (-3,0) (0,4) (6,0) (5,0) (0,5) (1,0) (0,2) (-3,2) (6,4) (-4,0) (2,4) (2,0) (3,4) (4,0) (-2,0)

8. Sub 15: 21.65
23.96, 26.44, 20.68, 19.53, 16.63, 16.41, 20.91, 24.52, (31.43), 24.18, (12.38), 23.21
not very good, but im kinda sick and havent solved many cubes recently

9. Sub 30: 32.63

30.82, 31.72, 36.81, 28.80, 29.62, 30.56, 27.77, 41.73, 31.99, 45.98, 36.52, 26.72

Getting there! I love square 1 so much!

10. 26.67, 29.20, 33.47, 26.42, 32.15, (20.01), 31.46, 27.01, 25.96, (39.44), 23.83, 24.13 => 28.03

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