An algorithm website I used to know

Discussion in 'Cubing Help & Questions' started by apoplectic, Apr 7, 2012.

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  1. apoplectic

    apoplectic Member

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    There used to be a really good website I used to know with a bunch of different algorithms for each OLL and PLL case. All I can remember is that it was ran by a poster here, and it was in his sig. I liked it because it had each one with an R F and U turn only algorithm that was useful when I was trying to do one handed solving. Does it still exist?
     
  2. soldii3runit

    soldii3runit Member

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    Do you remember the name of the poster or at least part of his name?
     
  3. Thompson

    Thompson Member

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    I thought this was going to be a Walk of the Earth cubing parody.
     
  4. Olji

    Olji Premium Member

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    I don't know about that site you're describing, but I guess the easiest option would be to check out the algorithm database.
     
  5. Jokerman5656

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