wow, haven't done this for a while. It used to bring up all sorts of gaming forums I was registered on, as well as my youtube, speedsolving profiles and other internet websites I have registered on.
I just tried it now and it bring up pages with information about cooking oil and low fat...
As usual with me, I can't 100% commit at the moment due to financial reasons. If we do come though, there will be three spare seats in the car.
These will be reserved for Martin, Rowan and Jude (sorry Simon :() as they live very close by.
Basically, you have PLL parity. You'll have to learn about parity if you want to solve a 4x4x4 cube using a reduction method.
If you do a PLL parity algorithm (this swaps just two edge pairs on the U layer) you will be able to solve the last layer as you normally would.
some PLL parity...
I'd do that too (with the other parity alg), but if there's a faster/better way, I'm all ears....
swaps UFL and UBL
My way - y2 (T-perm) y (r2 U2 r2 Uw2 r2 u2)
That's just an A-perm, it won't work as only two adjacent corners need swapping. (parity)
edit - James, that parity alg is is not...
My first entry after a 6 week break. My times have dropped (I mean gone up) a bit >
2x2x2 : 6.83, (5.27), (8.78), 7.43, 5.96 = 6.74
easy scrambles? I dunno.
3x3x3 : (21.40), 26.84, (32.18), 22.21, 27.19 = 25.41
4x4x4 : 1:50.91, (1:47.91), 1:58.25, (1:59.47), 1:50.25 =...