One-Answer Blindsolving Question Thread

Discussion in 'One-Answer Question Forum' started by Kenneth, Feb 8, 2011.

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  1. Kenneth

    Kenneth Not Alot

    Use this thread for short BLD questions.

    (I was looking for it but did not see one, if there is? please let me know and I merge).

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    Well, my question, [wiki]TuRBo[/wiki], is it only a edge method or did anyone develop the same for corners?

    (I'm looking at it atm, this is why I'm asking)
     
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  2. Zane_C

    Zane_C Premium Member

    TuRBo is also a corner method, it's just not very good nor popular.
     
  3. Whats a tread? I wouldn't have asked if you just made a typo in the title, but you also spelled it the same way in your post. What is it?
     
  4. Kenneth

    Kenneth Not Alot

    Is the problem recognition? (setting up is at the most 2 moves, alg is at the most 10 moves optimal so it can't be that).

    Eric, typo of course, what would it be else? :p But I'm a admin, I can do things like that and then fix it, NP =) Now, your question is not really BLD related, I guess you are using the wrong thread... But Ok, tread, ea=ä, träd = Swedish for tree.
     
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  5. Zane_C

    Zane_C Premium Member

    If one is willing to go to the effort to learn the cases and build up a skill with recognition, you may as well just learn BH.
     
  6. It's not a typo when he does it wrong in both the title and the post. Anyway..

    How many algs are there for M2?
     
  7. JasonK

    JasonK Premium Member

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    Depends how many you want to use. You'll need M U2 M U2 and U2 M' U2 M' for shooting to DB and UF but they don't really count as 'algs' :p Apart from that you can choose to either learn 3 extra algs for M-slice edges when they're flipped wrong or you can just flip them all at the end with a pure-flip. Plus there's U' F2 U M2 U' F2 U for parity but that's another really simple one :D
     
  8. Faz

    Faz Former Clock NR Holder

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    I think Kai uses TuRBo corners.
     
  9. Zane_C

    Zane_C Premium Member

    If this is true, my previous post was a mistake as Kai is very fast. :eek:
     
  10. Kenneth

    Kenneth Not Alot

    Ok, Thank's. I know all algs from speedsolving, recognition then... =) =) =)

    @Eric, true, it was spelling amnesia :p
     
  11. Rinfiyks

    Rinfiyks Member

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    I want to learn BLD.
    Which website/youtube video offers the most popular tutorial?
     
  12. Cubenovice

    Cubenovice Forever Slow

    Old Pochmann: use the following resources

    Badmephisto for video (method, do not use his memo system)
    Joel van Noorts written tutorial
    Memo method thread for the various types of memo
     
  13. JasonK

    JasonK Premium Member

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    I'd recommend watching Badmephisto's Old Pochmann tutorial first. He teaches a really easy to understand method that can get you started quickly. However, his memorisation approach is not very good for most people.
    You can also try Eric Limeback's tutorial which teaches the same method for corners and the faster but slightly more confusing M2 method for edges. He also teaches (in my opinion) a much better memo method.

    Hope this helped, have fun learning :D
     
  14. Escher

    Escher Babby

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    Ya 'cept his is extended to use DFR corner and maybe a couple of other targets too, not just U layer. Looks fazt.
     
  15. toastman

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    Cool thread bro!

    Question, what's the UWR for Megaminx BLD?
     
  16. mati rubik

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    How can I forget my multiblind memo?
     
  17. Cubenovice

    Cubenovice Forever Slow

    Vast amounts of alcohol...
     
  18. Mike Hughey

    Mike Hughey Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I don't think anyone knows. Rumor has it that Chris Brownlee has done it in under 15 minutes, but he has never confirmed it with an announcement of an actual time, that I know of.
     
  19. RyanReese09

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    If I want faster edges instead of M2, should I branch out to Turbo and THEN BH or just go straight into BH.

    Which is harder, BH edges or corners?
     
  20. mati rubik

    mati rubik Member

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    are you serious? I'll attempt 4 cubes again and I really need to forget the last one
     

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