The edge cycles I use for BLD

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  1. lucarubik

    lucarubik Member

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    there might be some mistakes as I write this by myself

    UB UR DL U L U L' U' L' U' L' U L
    UB UR LD M' D' M U' M' D M U
    UB UR BL L' U L U L' U' L' U' L' U L2
    UB UR LB U R E' R' U' R E R'
    UB RU FR F' R' U' R U M U' R' U r F
    UB RU RF l' U M2 U' R U M2 U' x'
    UB RU DR R E' R U R' E R U' R2
    UB RU RD R2 D M' D' R2 D M D
    UB RU BR U r U' M2 U R U' M2 U M' U'
    UB RU RB R' F M2 F' R' F M2 F' R2
    UB RU UF U' M' U M U2 M' U M U
    UB RU FU R' U' R U M U' R' U r
    UB RU DF M' R' U' R U M2 U' R' U r
    UB RU FD D R2 D M' D' R2 D M D2
    UB RU DB R' F' U2 M U2 M' F R
    UB RU BD M2 R' U' R U M' U' R' U r
    UB RU LU M' U M U2 M' U M
    UB RU FL L' U r U R' U' M U R U' R' U' L
    UB RU LF l' U M U2 M U l
    UB RU DL L2 U r U R' U' M U R U' R' U' L2
    UB RU LD D2 R2 D M' D' R2 D M D
    UB RU BL L U r U R' U' M U R U' R' U' L'
    UB RU LB L M' U M U2 M' U l L2
    UB FR DR U' R' U' R' U R U R U R'
    UB FR RD D M U R U' M' U R' U' D'
    UB FR BR U' R' U' R' U2 R U R U R2
    UB FR RB R U R' E' R U' R' E
    UB FR UF R' D M U2 M' U2 D' R
    UB FR FU M' U R U' M U R' U'
    UB FR DF M2 U R U' M2 U R' U'
    UB FR FD U2 M' U' R U M U' R' U'
    UB FR DB U2 M2 U R U' M2 U R' U
    UB FR BD M U R U' M' U R' U'
    UB FR FL L' U R' U' R' U' R' U R U R L
    UB FR LF R U R' E' R U' R' E
    UB FR DL R U L U L' U' L' U' L' U L R'
    UB FR LD D' M U R U' M' U R' U' D
    UB FR BL L R' U' R' U' R U R U R U' L'
    UB FR LB R U R E' R' U' R E R2
    UB RF DR D' M' U' R U M2 U' R' U M' D
    UB RF RD R' D M' D' R D M D'
    UB RF BR E R' U R E' R' U' R
    UB RF RB x U M2 U' R2 U M2 U' R2 x'
    UB RF UF U L E' L' U2 L E L' U
    UB RF FU U' R U M U' R' U M'
    UB RF DF M' U' R U M2 U' R' U M'
    UB RF FD D R' D M' D' R D M D2
    UB RF DB F' U2 M U2 M' F
    UB RF BD M2 U' R U M' U' R' U M'
    UB RF LF F M F2 M' F
    UB RF DL L' E' L' U' L E L' U L2
    UB RF LD x L' U M U2 M' U L x'
    UB RF BL L2 E' L' U' L E L' U' L'
    UB RF LB x L2 U M U2 M' U L2 x'
    UB DR BR R U' R' U' R' U R U R U R2
    UB DR RB D' M U' R' U M2 U' R U M D
    UB DR UF D M U2 M' U2 D'
    UB DR FU M' U R2 U' M U R2 U'
    UB DR DF M2 U R2 U' M2 U R2 U'
    UB DR FD U2 M' U' R2 U M U' R2 U'
    UB DR DB D M U2 M' D' M U2 M'
    UB DR BD M U R2 U' M' U R2 U'
    UB DR DL D' M U2 M U2 M2 D'
    UB DR LD R2 M' D' M U' M' D M U R2
    UB DR BL L R U R' U' R' U' R' U R U L'
    UB DR LB R2 U R E R' U' R E' R
    UB RD BR D U R' U' M U R U' M' D'
    UB RD RB D M' D' R D M D' R'
    UB RD UF U2 M' D M U2 M' D' M
    UB RD FU U' R2 U M U' R2 U M'
    UB RD DF M' U' R2 U M2 U' R2 U M'
    UB RD FD F R L' U' L E' L' U L E R' F'
    UB RD DB M2 U' R2 U M' U' R2 U M'
    UB RD BD x' M U' R' U M' U' R U x
    UB RD LD M D M D2 M' D M'
    UB RD BL D U' L U M U' L' U' M' D'
    UB RD LB D M' D L' D' M D L D2
    UB BR UF R D M U2 M' U2 D' R'
    UB BR FU M' U R' U' M U R U'
    UB BR DF M2 U R' U' M2 U R U'
    UB BR FD U2 M' U' R' U M U' R U'
    UB BR DB U2 M2 U' R' U M2 U' R U'
    UB BR BD M U R' U' M' U R U'
    UB BR BL x' M U' M' U2 M U' M' x
    UB BR LB R' U R E' R' U' R E
    UB RB UF U L' E L U2 L' E' L U
    UB RB FU U' R' U M U' R U M'
    UB RB DF M' U' R' U M2 U' R U M'
    UB RB FD D R D M' D' R' D M D2
    UB RB DB x' U R U' R U R U R U' R' U' R2 U' x
    UB RB BD M2 U' R' U M' U' R'U M'
    UB RB LB x' R U' R U R U R U' R' U' R2 x
    UB UF DF M' U2 M U2
    UB UF FD U M U M U2 M' U M' U'
    UB UF DB U2 M U2 M'
    UB UF BD U M' U' M' U2 M U' M U'
    UB FU DF D' U' L2 U M' U' L2 U M D
    UB FU FD M' U M' U' M' U2 M U' M U' M
    UB FU DB M U M U M U2 M' U M' U' M'
    UB FU BD D M U L2 U' M' U L2 U' D'
    UB DF DB M U2 M U2 M2
    UB DF BD U M r' U R U' M' U R' U' r U'
    UB FD DB M U M' U' M' U2 M U' M U' M'
    UB FD BD M2 U M U M U2 M' U M' U' M2
     
    Last edited: Mar 30, 2012
  2. Ickenicke

    Ickenicke Member

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    Wow!

    Relly interesting list! :tu
     
  3. Egide

    Egide Premium Member

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    Thanks for sharing :)
     
  4. jorgeskm

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    Incredible! It is the best commutators in each case. Also, you don't make turns (y, z). I think that with this commutators you need a lot of practise until dominate it. Good job, Lucas. :D
     
    Last edited: Mar 19, 2012
  5. evogler

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    I'm trying to classify these, for my own understanding. I'm finding:

    -standard 8-move commutators
    -commutators with sexy move as one of the parts
    -cyclic shifts of the R+U U perm
    -U+M stuff that traces back to MU2M'U2 (and U M U2 M' U, etc...)
    ...plus setup moves (and cancellations) in some cases.

    Any categories like the above ones that I'm missing?

    Thanks for sharing! It's cool to see what tools a fast bld cuber uses, and which one they choose in each case.
     
  6. drewsopchak

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  7. lucarubik

    lucarubik Member

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    I don't know... I use pure A9 B9 (I dont really know what this is) RU cycles (I think all of them are setups to Uperms but I learnt some of them by heart) MU cycles (setups to M' U2 M U2 as u say) and other setups to pure with or without cancelations... I do everything I know to do to avoid cube rotations cause is really cool to do 3 or 4 cycles like bang bang bang even if they are long, I hate D and L turns though
    UB is a good buffer to me with UBL as a Y perm and a UB - UL - whateverpiece edge cycle would solve both pieces, I think is as good as UF and better than any other
    thank you guys for apreciate it or however you spell apreciate
     
  8. mariano.aquino

    mariano.aquino Premium Member

    Weee, finally some that uses UB as buffer as well! I thought i was the only one =)
    to me, is the best buffer to use when transitioning from M2, and you can also abuse tuRBo like comms, plus the pochmann's Y parity fix =)
    I'll see if I can replace some of my bad algs
    Thanks for the info!
     
  9. lucarubik

    lucarubik Member

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    I have edited with some changes: if I have an interchange with DF or BD and an insertion of a L or R sticker I'm doing a setup move, for example M' U' R U M2 U' R' U M' instead of making a cube rotation
    also now RB/RF and DR its made like D' as setup and the example above
    finaly same idea with this cycle: U Rw' U' M2 U R U' M2 U M' U'
     

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