Last edited by NSKuber; 03-09-2012 at 03:47 AM.
Do I always have to do them fast, or does it help to do them slowly also?
Personal records: PB/NL/5/12/25/50/100 3x3x3 9.20/9.99/12.09/12.81/13.40/13.82/13.97 Cubing since 10th May 2011
Sorry for the bump, but I thought this belongs in this thread.
For the UFR + UBR adjacent corner swap alg, I currently use the T-perm (14 HTM / 15 QTM). So, I found the optimum algs with the same generator, which stand at 10 HTM / 13 QTM, and there are 20 algs which I have attached.
So the same question: Do/Would you use one of these optimal algs or a longer (turn count)/faster alg? And if you use a different one, what is that alg?Spoiler:
I use: R U2 R' U' R U2 R' F R' F' R
Practice it a few times, and eventually you will get a nice flow. It is one of my fastest algs with Ortega, so, I recommend trying to learn to do it fast.
I just did a few practices with each alg. w/ the one I gave you, I can get sub-1.3, and average sub-1.4
w/ the traditional T perm, I got a 1.5 single, and average around 1.8. I also got more bad executions above 2 seconds, mainly because the alg doesn't flow as well for me.
I use x' R U' R' U L' U2 R U' R' U2 R (11 htm)
also R' U L' U2 R U' R' U2 R2 x' (10 htm) is good
3x3|CFOP| Single 7.98 | 8.80 | Avg5 10.47 | Avg12 11.82 | BLD | M2/OP | 1:51.71
2x2|CLL| Avg12 3.73 |