Actually all on a 2x2x2. just used the unaffected corner in a 3gen scramble as reference, then same buffer as if on a 3x3x3
YES. First(only try) success using edge comms. 6:45, made my memo images so I wouldn't easily forget, did corners, had parity, setup finally into R perm.
Edit-UF buffer. Been able to find a comm for 99% of cases, only a few sighted solves so far where I've screwed up with a flipped edge (I close eyes when I have my fingers on the pieces, to help simulate in a BLD solve).
I'm transitioning now, maybe not fully unless I get times down to M2/OP (competition on the 23rd)
Edit again-Question, when memo'ing and you need a new cycle, will you guys purposefully memo a different sticker (aka I/J are same piece, different stickers) in order for the comm to be easy? Is it easy to recognize which will be easier during memo? Is it worth thinking about during memo?
Last edited by RyanReese09; 04-07-2011 at 06:49 PM.
555 BLD success with memorisation typed out (First attempt ever )
Execution time was about 30+ minutes
Not sure about memorisation.
Rw' Fw L2 Lw2 Rw2 R B U2 Fw' D2 Uw2 U2 B2 Fw2 Rw2 F L' Rw' R2 Bw2 Dw U R' Fw' F2 Lw U R2 U2 Rw R' B2 Dw' U2 Lw' R F' U' B' Lw' U F' L Bw L B2 L2 Lw Dw' L Rw D2 Rw B' F U F U2 R2 B'
Corner O: 1212 2121
Corner P: BFE
Edge centres: AGE HI UK VJ OQ FP LM NR BX TW CS
Corner centres: BJU SG EV PT IR OC FX QM DN
Corner/Midge parity: NO
Midges: NF PL DA JX HU SV
Wings: MR IG AT FJ KW CB HL SE ON PV DU XU
I can't believe it. Yesterday and the day before that, I had a go at doing a 4BLD solve with memorisation typed out and failed both times
Now to get a 4BLD success.
Taught myself 2x2 BLD. I know, I'm a noob. I want to learn 3x3 BLD this summer.
can someone tell me if the parity remains the same on old pochman method if you'r doing corners frst then edges? parity it's just a simple R permutation?
For the future, there's a thread for BLD questions.
i dont need to do any cube rotations? just execute R(a)-perm just the way i hold cube?
Depends where the effected pieces are on your R perm. There are algs for just about every angle on R perm.. I know with me I need to do a y' rotation, then do my R perm.