# Recent content by Llewelys

1. ### [Help Thread] F2L Discussion and Help

You can solve this case by separating the pair directly into a 3 move insert: R U2' R' U' R U R' - R U2' R' separate the pieces into a 3 move insert - U' aligns the pieces - R U R' inserts the pair You can solve this pair by hiding the corner to pair the pieces with R' U' R2 U R' - R' U' R...
2. ### [Help Thread] F2L Discussion and Help

Watch a lot of example solves: you will learn new efficient ways to pair pieces
3. ### [Help Thread] [OFFICIAL] Gan 356i discussion / software updates / issues report

Are the scrambles from cube station wca legal? I just got a pb on it and I want to know whether it's legit :)
4. ### Cubeast - a speedcubing timer for Bluetooth cubes with support for all Bluetooth cubes, all timers and all major solving methods

I've been using the app for a few days now and I really like it, especially the recognition/execution distinction in the graph and in the statistics. Will there be a possibility to choose between timed and untimed inspection in a future update?
5. ### [Help Thread] Looking for a cubing buddy?

Thanks for your interest but it was posted back in December: I have a cubing buddy and I am now sub20! But if you tell me what you average (20? 21? 22? 23?) I can add you to the list of people looking for someone :)
6. ### [Help Thread] How to Get Faster using the Fridrich / CFOP Method

A thing to keep in mind: you can't be sub20 if it takes you 15 seconds to do F2L. If you reach last layer at 17-18 seconds, knowing WV, ZBLL or COLL won't help at all. As PetrusQuber said, practicing should do the trick: it'll help you gain back muscle memory and will make recognising patterns...

Ohh thanks!
8. ### The "Request an Alg" Thread

How would you deal with this case without rotating? (blue face is front face) I know I can pair the pieces with either y U L' U' L or y U2 L' U' L. But technically since the edge is oriented I don't need to rotate to solve that case. Is there a 3-4 mover I'm missing that would pair the pieces...
9. ### Rubik's Cube sightings in media

You can see a Rubik's cube in the latest episode of the amazing series Killing Eve (03x03). Here Eve Polastri is invastigating the murder of her friend Kenny: she's trying to find what he was working on. This scene is ridiculous for a cuber (how did they even get the orientation right to do the...
10. ### Deep lookahead on inspection

Me too, that's called 3BLD :cool:

Thank you!