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    Default The edge cycles I use for BLD

    there might be some mistakes as I write this by myself

    UB UR DL U L U L' U' L' U' L' U L
    UB UR LD M' D' M U' M' D M U
    UB UR BL L' U L U L' U' L' U' L' U L2
    UB UR LB U R E' R' U' R E R'
    UB RU FR F' R' U' R U M U' R' U r F
    UB RU RF l' U M2 U' R U M2 U' x'
    UB RU DR R E' R U R' E R U' R2
    UB RU RD R2 D M' D' R2 D M D
    UB RU BR U r U' M2 U R U' M2 U M' U'
    UB RU RB R' F M2 F' R' F M2 F' R2
    UB RU UF U' M' U M U2 M' U M U
    UB RU FU R' U' R U M U' R' U r
    UB RU DF M' R' U' R U M2 U' R' U r
    UB RU FD D R2 D M' D' R2 D M D2
    UB RU DB R' F' U2 M U2 M' F R
    UB RU BD M2 R' U' R U M' U' R' U r
    UB RU LU M' U M U2 M' U M
    UB RU FL L' U r U R' U' M U R U' R' U' L
    UB RU LF l' U M U2 M U l
    UB RU DL L2 U r U R' U' M U R U' R' U' L2
    UB RU LD D2 R2 D M' D' R2 D M D
    UB RU BL L U r U R' U' M U R U' R' U' L'
    UB RU LB L M' U M U2 M' U l L2
    UB FR DR U' R' U' R' U R U R U R'
    UB FR RD D M U R U' M' U R' U' D'
    UB FR BR U' R' U' R' U2 R U R U R2
    UB FR RB R U R' E' R U' R' E
    UB FR UF R' D M U2 M' U2 D' R
    UB FR FU M' U R U' M U R' U'
    UB FR DF M2 U R U' M2 U R' U'
    UB FR FD U2 M' U' R U M U' R' U'
    UB FR DB U2 M2 U R U' M2 U R' U
    UB FR BD M U R U' M' U R' U'
    UB FR FL L' U R' U' R' U' R' U R U R L
    UB FR LF R U R' E' R U' R' E
    UB FR DL R U L U L' U' L' U' L' U L R'
    UB FR LD D' M U R U' M' U R' U' D
    UB FR BL L R' U' R' U' R U R U R U' L'
    UB FR LB R U R E' R' U' R E R2
    UB RF DR D' M' U' R U M2 U' R' U M' D
    UB RF RD R' D M' D' R D M D'
    UB RF BR E R' U R E' R' U' R
    UB RF RB x U M2 U' R2 U M2 U' R2 x'
    UB RF UF U L E' L' U2 L E L' U
    UB RF FU U' R U M U' R' U M'
    UB RF DF M' U' R U M2 U' R' U M'
    UB RF FD D R' D M' D' R D M D2
    UB RF DB F' U2 M U2 M' F
    UB RF BD M2 U' R U M' U' R' U M'
    UB RF LF F M F2 M' F
    UB RF DL L' E' L' U' L E L' U L2
    UB RF LD x L' U M U2 M' U L x'
    UB RF BL L2 E' L' U' L E L' U' L'
    UB RF LB x L2 U M U2 M' U L2 x'
    UB DR BR R U' R' U' R' U R U R U R2
    UB DR RB D' M U' R' U M2 U' R U M D
    UB DR UF D M U2 M' U2 D'
    UB DR FU M' U R2 U' M U R2 U'
    UB DR DF M2 U R2 U' M2 U R2 U'
    UB DR FD U2 M' U' R2 U M U' R2 U'
    UB DR DB D M U2 M' D' M U2 M'
    UB DR BD M U R2 U' M' U R2 U'
    UB DR DL D' M U2 M U2 M2 D'
    UB DR LD R2 M' D' M U' M' D M U R2
    UB DR BL L R U R' U' R' U' R' U R U L'
    UB DR LB R2 U R E R' U' R E' R
    UB RD BR D U R' U' M U R U' M' D'
    UB RD RB D M' D' R D M D' R'
    UB RD UF U2 M' D M U2 M' D' M
    UB RD FU U' R2 U M U' R2 U M'
    UB RD DF M' U' R2 U M2 U' R2 U M'
    UB RD FD F R L' U' L E' L' U L E R' F'
    UB RD DB M2 U' R2 U M' U' R2 U M'
    UB RD BD x' M U' R' U M' U' R U x
    UB RD LD M D M D2 M' D M'
    UB RD BL D U' L U M U' L' U' M' D'
    UB RD LB D M' D L' D' M D L D2
    UB BR UF R D M U2 M' U2 D' R'
    UB BR FU M' U R' U' M U R U'
    UB BR DF M2 U R' U' M2 U R U'
    UB BR FD U2 M' U' R' U M U' R U'
    UB BR DB U2 M2 U' R' U M2 U' R U'
    UB BR BD M U R' U' M' U R U'
    UB BR BL x' M U' M' U2 M U' M' x
    UB BR LB R' U R E' R' U' R E
    UB RB UF U L' E L U2 L' E' L U
    UB RB FU U' R' U M U' R U M'
    UB RB DF M' U' R' U M2 U' R U M'
    UB RB FD D R D M' D' R' D M D2
    UB RB DB x' U R U' R U R U R U' R' U' R2 U' x
    UB RB BD M2 U' R' U M' U' R'U M'
    UB RB LB x' R U' R U R U R U' R' U' R2 x
    UB UF DF M' U2 M U2
    UB UF FD U M U M U2 M' U M' U'
    UB UF DB U2 M U2 M'
    UB UF BD U M' U' M' U2 M U' M U'
    UB FU DF D' U' L2 U M' U' L2 U M D
    UB FU FD M' U M' U' M' U2 M U' M U' M
    UB FU DB M U M U M U2 M' U M' U' M'
    UB FU BD D M U L2 U' M' U L2 U' D'
    UB DF DB M U2 M U2 M2
    UB DF BD U M r' U R U' M' U R' U' r U'
    UB FD DB M U M' U' M' U2 M U' M U' M'
    UB FD BD M2 U M U M U2 M' U M' U' M2
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    Wow!

    Relly interesting list!
    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

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    Thanks for sharing :-)

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    Incredible! It is the best commutators in each case. Also, you don't make turns (y, z). I think that with this commutators you need a lot of practise until dominate it. Good job, Lucas.
    Last edited by jorgeskm; 03-19-2012 at 03:23 PM.

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    I'm trying to classify these, for my own understanding. I'm finding:

    -standard 8-move commutators
    -commutators with sexy move as one of the parts
    -cyclic shifts of the R+U U perm
    -U+M stuff that traces back to MU2M'U2 (and U M U2 M' U, etc...)
    ...plus setup moves (and cancellations) in some cases.

    Any categories like the above ones that I'm missing?

    Thanks for sharing! It's cool to see what tools a fast bld cuber uses, and which one they choose in each case.

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    Interesting buffer.

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    I don't know... I use pure A9 B9 (I dont really know what this is) RU cycles (I think all of them are setups to Uperms but I learnt some of them by heart) MU cycles (setups to M' U2 M U2 as u say) and other setups to pure with or without cancelations... I do everything I know to do to avoid cube rotations cause is really cool to do 3 or 4 cycles like bang bang bang even if they are long, I hate D and L turns though
    UB is a good buffer to me with UBL as a Y perm and a UB - UL - whateverpiece edge cycle would solve both pieces, I think is as good as UF and better than any other
    thank you guys for apreciate it or however you spell apreciate

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    Weee, finally some that uses UB as buffer as well! I thought i was the only one =)
    to me, is the best buffer to use when transitioning from M2, and you can also abuse tuRBo like comms, plus the pochmann's Y parity fix =)
    I'll see if I can replace some of my bad algs
    Thanks for the info!
    Petrus single: 15.84 / Roux single: 14.28 / 3-cycles 3BLD: 1:22
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    I have edited with some changes: if I have an interchange with DF or BD and an insertion of a L or R sticker I'm doing a setup move, for example M' U' R U M2 U' R' U M' instead of making a cube rotation
    also now RB/RF and DR its made like D' as setup and the example above
    finaly same idea with this cycle: U Rw' U' M2 U R U' M2 U M' U'

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