Noah's 3-Style Tutorial

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  1. Noahaha

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    I know I have a thread for my tutorials, but this one is so special that I think it deserves it's own thread!

    The tutorial is complete! Post below if you have any questions, complaints or praise!


    Part 1: Overview

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYvxVT3vruE

    Part 2: Pure Corner Commutators

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ok51Ktn1GKg

    Part 3: Corner Commutators Continued

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgXfvgtxt9s

    Part 4: Making the Transition

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gZKK2EXD318

    Part 5: Edges

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xtn0Y6Y8ZQg

    Part 6: Parity

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xGbJ4ic6oE

    Part 7: 3BLD Tips

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_NfOaRhqtg

    Part 8: 3BLD Example Solves

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMHNtYcw70o

    Part 9: Big Cube Edges

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqeZx2nFCrE

    Part 10: Big Cube Centers

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SkWMuWjutnE

     
    Last edited: Jan 24, 2013
  2. blackzabbathfan

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    Awesome!! Thanks for making it!
     
  3. Noahaha

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  4. DrKorbin

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    Lol!
    Funny interpretation with coins!
    Too bad that I've already understand comms - I would enjoyed to learn them by your video.
    Imho, you should pay more attention to a distinguishing A B A' B' from B A B' A'. (But maybe you explained it well and I just didn't understand - sorry then).
     
  5. Noahaha

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    Thanks. I was at a restaurant one time and I did some commutators with my silverware, and that's how I thought of it.

    I tried to explain that difference using the terms insertion first and interchange first, but you're right that it was a little brief. I'll elaborate more in my next video.
     
  6. antoineccantin

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    I think you should concentrate more on the setups to interchages & stuff. I still don't quite understand.
     
  7. Noahaha

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    That's the next video =P.
     
  8. maggot

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    i also have struggled trying to learn bh with other videos. i have given up with most of them. hopefully your set of videos will help me understand. i also already well understand the concept of a commutator, however, i did think your explaination was kind of nifty. i also think that this video leaves much to be desired on how to effectively find your interchange (because they aren't always easy to spot).
     
  9. Noahaha

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    Thanks for the feedback. This will help me make the coming videos as helpful as possible.
     
  10. Speedmaster

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    This video is just awesome !!!!!
    But i don't understand, when i should do ABA'B' or BAB'A'
     
  11. Noahaha

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    Think about the coins example. It depends on which direction the cycle is going. The easiest way to think about it is to look at which of the interchange pieces is going to the other one. That's the one that needs to be acted on by the insertion (A move) first.

    Let's say you want to solve:
    RUF->DFR->DBL

    You can insert using R U R' or B' U2 B.
    The interchange is D2
    Since DFR goes to DBL, that's the spot that needs to be inserted into first. If you use R U R' as your insertion you'll do ABA'B' since R U R' inserts into DFR. If you use B' U2 B as your insertion you'll use BAB'A' since B' U2 B inserts into DBL.

    Hope this helps.
     
  12. Speedmaster

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    Thank you :D now I understand it , your videos are so much better than the ones of Byu
     
  13. NevinsCPH

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    I'm so looking forward for part 3, which I think its probably what will push me into full corner comms, considering sometimes I spot the interchange but just not the insertion. :(, Btw, will you go over the topic of 'buffer'? I'm using UBL as buffer.
     
  14. Speedmaster

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    Is there a program, which gives you scrambles for pure commutators?
     
  15. Noahaha

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    You can always use Old Pochmann to set them up.
     
  16. Speedmaster

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    But I don't know, if they are possible to solve with a pure commutator, or could i just do more moves for the interchange and solve every case like this?
     
  17. Noahaha

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    Part 3 is up!

    I tried to take as many of your suggestions as possible and answer all questions unanswered in part 2, so it ended up pretty long.

    Tell me what you think :)
     
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    Noah, is there any 'intuitive' case for UBL > DLF > URF? All I can come up with is just setup > caltech > setup.
     
  19. Noahaha

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    I do [D ; [R' F' R2 F R , U2]. I don't think there's anything better.
     

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