Does this regulation:
3e) The colours of puzzles must be solid, the same per colour, and clearly distinct from other colours
mean that you can't use puzzles with some white pieces, and some black pieces?
If it doesn't, is there a rule that says you can't?
Is this form of edge pairing fast and worth using?
Last edited by Hunter; 08-07-2012 at 06:15 PM.
While the more popular sequence would be 3-2-2-2-3. So don't bother with the first part he did, (finding an easy first pair), just start by missaligning one slice pick a piece and start placing other pieces so that when you slice back it makes 3 pairs (like he did) but then go into two pairing which when you get to the final 3 it will hopefully solve all at once. You'll need to find another video for two pairing. It's basically starting from normal pick one piece and place it's pair so that when you slice you complete the pair, then swap it with a piece so that when you slice back you make another pair, then keep repeating that. It's quite fast.
So this video kinda shows you the right method, but there is a more optimal way of going about it.
What should I work on? other than PLL speed (usually get around 50 sec pll time attacks)
Cross: 2.24, 3.21, 2.26, 2.65, 1.11
F2L: 7.62, 7.78, 8.15, 9.01, 8.34
OLL: 1.94, 2.12, 3.35, 1.44, 3.13
PLL: 1.97 (A perm), 2.48 (T perm), 2.06 (A perm), 3.11 (Y perm), 3.30 (N perm)
13.77, 15.59, 15.82, 16.21, 15.88 = 15.76