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One-Answer 3x3x3 Speedsolving Question Thread

Discussion in 'One-Answer Question Forum' started by teller, Jan 15, 2009.

  1. Tom Joad

    Tom Joad Member

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    Jun 29, 2016
    What’s the f2l insert where the edge is in place and you can stick in the corner with a d and a d’ if you have an empty slot to play with?

    Trying to sort my f2l out here, it’s going to be a real slog breaking out of my comfort zone.
     
  2. Tom Joad

    Tom Joad Member

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    Jun 29, 2016
    Ignore this, I worked it out
     
  3. Lapis

    Lapis Member

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    Jun 7, 2017
    Is there an alg that solves this case nicely, or should I just do ZBLL (which is pretty short for this case once you insert)?
    Set Up: R2 D' r U2 r' D R U2 R U2 R U R'
     
  4. CLL Smooth

    CLL Smooth Member

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    Dec 17, 2012
    WCA:
    2012LOET01
    YouTube:
    channel/UCKX4VUjMV0bnQWTj_v5vIOQ
    Insert plus easy ZBLL solves everything really nicely. You could also do the WV alg to a Jperm if you like that better.
     
  5. ZZeroingZZemdegs

    ZZeroingZZemdegs Member

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    Jan 9, 2018
    How do I plan EOLine quickly and consistently in 15 seconds, and how can I practice? Currently, EOLine for me is extremely inconsistent, ranging from 2-20 seconds to solve.
     
  6. How long have you been using ZZ?
    Really, EOLine is pretty easy after a bunch of practice. Also, after you feel comfortable with EOLine, if you do, don't put you fingers on the bad/good edges. It gets in the way.
    Also, have a set way of recognizing edges. For instance, I always start a y2 away from my solving position, check all the edges on Back (but currently F), y2.5 seeing edges on Left, Front, and then Right, then y.5'. Usually takes me about 2 seconds. 3 more for off the bat Line, and usually more to see if I can do anything extra nice like preserving a pair or just predicting one.
    That's how it works for me.

    Experiment, see what works best for you. Then do 1k solves, and you should be good. It's a process.
     

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