[Help Thread] Void Cube Discussion

Discussion in 'Cubing Help & Questions' started by xkheldar, Nov 18, 2008.

Welcome to the Speedsolving.com. You are currently viewing our boards as a guest which gives you limited access to join discussions and access our other features. By joining our free community of over 30,000 people, you will have access to post topics, communicate privately with other members (PM), respond to polls, upload content and access many other special features. Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please, join our community today!

If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact us and we'll help you get started. We look forward to seeing you on the forums!

Already a member? Login to stop seeing this message.
  1. aronpm

    aronpm Member

    2,010
    3
    Sep 9, 2009
    Parity can be fixed with 1 move, without having to resolve a lot of the cube.
     
  2. Godmil

    Godmil Premium Member

    2,196
    2
    Aug 12, 2010
    Aberdeen, Scotland
    YouTube:
    Godmil
    Interesting. But could you post some text in your posts please instead of just a video.
     
  3. BrainOfSweden

    BrainOfSweden Premium Member

    I think he ment that even if you do, you'd still be angry ;)

    OnT: Why do you care about color scheme on this type of puzzle? Personally a like a little variation. I keep my speedcubes the same though.
     
  4. d4m4s74

    d4m4s74 Member

    723
    1
    Nov 12, 2008
    Holland
    WCA:
    2009ZALI01
    YouTube:
    d4m4s74
    in fact, as far as I understand it's a completely new design by Mr. Okamoto
     
  5. benskoning

    benskoning Member

    285
    0
    Aug 13, 2011
    Wisconsin
    WCA:
    2011SKON01
    YouTube:
    benskoning
    sure i will edit the now.
     
  6. JohnLaurain

    JohnLaurain Member

    88
    0
    Dec 25, 2011
    If this gets good reviews I might just have to get one
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Mar 8, 2012
  7. Void cube parity solution in plain English?

    I know that this question has been asked, but I cannot understand what the hell they are talking about. Can anyone just straight up give me the algorithms?
     
  8. Ollie

    Ollie Member

    2,795
    260
    Mar 31, 2012
    London, UK
    WCA:
    2012FROS01
    YouTube:
    OliverFrostBLD
    This? l U r' U M U' M' r U' R' U M U'
     
  9. DrKorbin

    DrKorbin Member

    707
    4
    Aug 10, 2011
    Russia, Moscow
    WCA:
    2011GRIT01
    YouTube:
    Korbinification
    z2 (R U R' U' y)*7
     
  10. antoineccantin

    antoineccantin Member

    5,472
    36
    Nov 8, 2010
    near Ottawa, Canada
    WCA:
    2010CANT02
    YouTube:
    antoineccantin
    I would do M' U' M' U M U M U2 r U R' U' M' U R U' r' which does an O-perm

    M' -->fix parity
    U' M' U M U M U2 M' --> Solve F2L
    R U R' U' M' U R U' r' -- Solve OLL
     
  11. qqwref

    qqwref Member

    7,830
    27
    Dec 18, 2007
    a <script> tag near you
    WCA:
    2006GOTT01
    YouTube:
    qqwref2
    (M' U)2 (M' U')2 M' U2 (M' U')2
     
  12. ben1996123

    ben1996123 Banned

    4,972
    4
    May 17, 2009
    Ponyville
    WCA:
    2009WHIT01
    YouTube:
    ben1996123
    yes.
     
  13. TheMachanga

    TheMachanga Member

    1,440
    6
    Jun 26, 2009
    Chicago, Illinois
    WCA:
    2010LECH01
    YouTube:
    TheMachanga
    M.


    Just do an M move (middle slice), and solve again from there.
     
  14. Ton

    Ton Member

    739
    0
    Oct 17, 2007
    Den Haag, The Netherlands
    WCA:
    2003DENN01
    YouTube:
    tonixcube
    With the M or M' move you basically move 4 pieces let say 1 2 3 4 in the order 2 3 4 1 because you can get from 1 2 3 4 with 2 pair swaps like swap 1 2 than 2 3 and than 3 4 , we used 3 pair swaps , that makes it an odd parity

    It follow the same principles as numbers so a odd and odd parity is even and an odd and a even remains odd
     
  15. chardison1980

    chardison1980 Member

    171
    0
    Jul 8, 2011
    north dakota
    YouTube:
    chardison1980
  16. AndersB

    AndersB Premium Member

    327
    0
    Sep 27, 2011
    Stockholm, Sweden
    WCA:
    2011BERG02
    YouTube:
    AndCubeSession
    I just do an E and resolve from there (better for CFOP then doing M).
     
  17. Stefan

    Stefan Member

    7,287
    13
    May 7, 2006
    WCA:
    2003POCH01
    YouTube:
    StefanPochmann
    How is destroying all four F2L pairs better than destroying just two cross edges which are trivial/fast to repair and even keeps corners oriented (and permuted)?
     
  18. MWilson

    MWilson Member

    288
    3
    Mar 19, 2011
    (R' F D2 r U) M' (U' r' D2 F' R)

    Put all LL edges in M layer such that they are all facing the same way around the x axis:
    R' F D2 r U

    Cycle them while fixing center parity:
    M' (or M, but that's awkward, and M2 is just a H PLL)

    Put the LL edges back:
    U' r' D2 F' R

    Does a CW ELL cycle and CW M layer center cycle, and can be done easily with no regrips.


    If you only need to swap two edges, you can use any of the following

    Swap UF and UR:
    M U M' U2 F2 U M' U' F2 (U)
    M U' F2 U2 M U' M' U' F2 (U)

    Swap UF and UL:
    M U' M' U2 F2 U' M' U F2 (U')
    M U F2 U2 M U M' U F2 (U')

    Swap UB and UR:
    F2 U M U M' U2 F2 U M' (U')
    F2 U M U' F2 U2 M U' M' (U')

    Swap UB and UL:
    F2 U' M U F2 U2 M U M' (U)
    F2 U' M U' M' U2 F2 U' M'(U)

    I personally like M U' M' U2 F2 U' M' U F2. For swapping two adjacent edges just use setup moves.
     
  19. Lucas Garron

    Lucas Garron Super-Duper Moderator Staff Member

    I find qq's alg the best. It's been 5 years, and I still haven't forgotten it. (Wait... *five*? Yikes.)

    There's a thread about it here with early discussion when void cubes came out.

    (Please consider searching a bit more carefully next time before asking a question, or use the One Answer Question thread.)
     

Share This Page