# 2x2 EG (Erik-Gunnar) Method

Discussion in 'General Speedcubing Discussion' started by hansho13, Dec 22, 2009.

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1. ### hansho13Member

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does anybody know a good site for the EG (Erik-Gunnar) Method for the 2x2 rubik's cube?

2. ### EscherBabby

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3. ### CitricAcidMember

OK, thank you for your helpful criticism.
Removing post.

4. ### hansho13Member

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2x2 program?

also i read somewhere there was a program or something called ron's something i cant quite remember the name. does anybody know what im talking about?

5. ### EscherBabby

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Here you go:
http://www.speedcubing.com/CubeSolver/MiniCubeSolver.html

You can also use Cube Explorer, just grey out the non corner cubies.

I'm pretty sure you can use this too

6. ### hansho13Member

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do you know a program that simulates pyraminx?

Edit: OK never mind about the pyraminx. So just to make sure i know what the EG method is, you solve the white side(or any other side) randomly and have one algorithm to fully solve the white side and LL(last layer). Correct?

Last edited: Dec 24, 2009
7. ### VishalMember

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Pyraminx lag generator

I would live to know where you can generate pyraminx algs

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9. ### TMOYMember

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He must be tryihg to adapt EG to the pyra

10. ### VishalMember

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I am trying to adapt eg to the pyraminx if any one
Wants to help that would be great and the pyraminx solver is pretty much crap it doesn't give you the algs is at a bad angle and the color scheme is messed up

11. ### riffzMember

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Like solve one first layer edge and know algs for when the remaining two are switched? I can't say for sure but I'm pretty the algs would not be too nice. Polish V is probably a much more worthwhile endeavor, although I guess it couldn't hurt to know these algs.

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EG Algs

I'm looking for a collection of EG 2 algs. I know why they are hard to find, but does anyone have a full set anywhere?

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15. ### HexiMember

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EG Method

Hey, I wanna learn the EG method... but i think, i don't understand it... I deduced from the tutorials, that i have to do one side (not 1 layer, only side), and then "x2" and do one of that algorithms: EG 1 , but when I do that, I can't find situation, that is on my cube. So the question is: What am I doin' wrong? Thx for answers.

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17. ### HexiMember

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What's the difference between EG 1 and EG 2?

18. ### RyanReese09Premium Member

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EG1 I believe is when you have 2 adjacent corner swap in the side you complete, and then you put htat face on D and solve the entire cube from there
EG2 is when you have diagonal corner swap in the side, and you put that faceo n D and solve hte cube from there
CLL is when you have a completeed layer and you solve teh last layer in 1 alg

I might have switched eg1/2 up, but they are correct definitions

edit-I was right
http://www.speedcubing101.com/eg-1.html

19. ### HexiMember

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ok, but still i can't find my situation:

Yellow | GreenBlue | Red
uhm.. what's wrong with the table?

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