Most of mine are centre commutators which have not been reviewed. Some are correct too so you need to consider that in your script or something. Anyway the ones highlighted yellow are not confirmed to work since I generated them using only my brain and no cube.
We ultimately decided not to hold OH because we hold it extremely regularly (literally every other competition this year...) and we had been neglecting other events which took priority this time around.
Added, if you want faster responses your best bet is to email the organising team!
You're more than welcome to add a thread if you wish. But a lot of the organisers barely browse speedsolving but we pretty frequently check emails. You're currently 15th on the waitlist so I'd say it's pretty...
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I can't tell you why R' U' F was chosen, it's quite easy to execute so that probably helped. We just needed some extra moves.
But what I'm saying is that this solution should not be disallowed because of the way the buffering works. And if a delegate does then they are not performing their...
The scramble is buffered on either end by R' U' F <scramble> F' U R. So this is purely luck that the final three moves of the scramble are the same as the start of the solution. So this would be fine. Any delegate that disallowed it doesn't understand the TNoodle buffering for FMC.