One-Answer Puzzle Theory Question Thread

Discussion in 'One-Answer Question Forum' started by shadowslice e, Jan 3, 2016.

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  1. obelisk477

    obelisk477 Member

    Niklas is 7 moves. And the fastest way to swap two adjacent corners, with the block at the back left, is probably the JB PLL
     
  2. xyzzy

    xyzzy Member

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    An alternative is R2 D' r U2 r' D R U2 R (or one of its reflections/inverses). It's just the standard headlights OCLL but with some wide moves, and it's also optimal for swapping two edges while preserving the block.
     
  3. MethodNeutral

    MethodNeutral Member

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    That's perfect, thanks. I did have to mirror it because I don't normally use that one, but that works perfectly.

    Yeah, for Niklas I just meant until the 2-gen part it's 5 moves, should've been more specific. I would use the Jb PLL but I was pretty sure it wasn't optimal.
     
  4. MethodNeutral

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    I wanted to find some algs for TTLL that are more ergonomic, but I have no idea how I can do that. Can someone point me to an alg-generator/cube solver that I can make solve the cube using, say, <RUF>?


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  5. AlphaSheep

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  6. MethodNeutral

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