sorry for double post, but this discussion seems pretty dead. so kinda bump.
Also question: chris VanDerBrink does some weird stuff in his UWR average, does anyone have any Ideas what he actualy does? to me it seems like he does layer-side layer, but leaves out the U-layer edge of the second...
Hey guys, it's me, Shiv3r.
Haven't been on in a few months, but I'm back.
I just got a redi cube, and after learning the LBL approach(intuitively, with the middle pieces+corners simultaneously).
I haven't really timed any solves soon, but I will eventually, I hope to help pioneer both speed...
but the point isn't to be similar to a method it doesn't compare well to(EG+TCLL+CLL). compare it to other methods that take as much effort to learn, such as CLL. it is the only one in it's advancedness that has the possibility to easily onelook.
guys, this method is extremely easy onelooked. the amount of LOLS is low enough and the avg movecount for the V is 1. If you can see 1 move ahead, then you're set.
since there are only 15 LOLS, you can memorize fairly easily how each affects corner permutation of the last 5 corners, and since...
random thought: since I can't find a thread for alg discussions, thought this would be a good place to post some V-perms I came up with intuitively.
I used this alg from a youtube video: (the alg is executed a y/U away from the "normal" V-perm)
(L' U R U') (L U L' U)(R' U')(L U2 R U2 R')
I thought up of this a while, but with planning first square+2 DR Corners in inspection, then doing porky2 to insert the last F2L pair, then SB. but instead of 2GOLL(which it ended up being) I thought of it as the 2.5-gen subset of OLLCP(2.5-gen being <R,rU>)
Okay guys, I think we should have a MUWR list(Method Unofficial World record) list..
For example, I know that for Ribbon method the UWR is 10.5 I think.
but what is the MUWR for methods like HD?(I think it's sub-2) ZZ-4c? etc?
It would be awesome for Chess clock FMC, a game I observed at an in-n-out last saturday after a comp, which is where you and an opponent have a chess clock, and you alternate doing a move and hitting the clock. Whoever finishes first wins.
So just a random Roux that I decided to do because it makes roux solves more fluid and I haven't heard of someone doing it anywhere. copied from a doc I am making with a bunch of LSE things I am working on.
Where BU is in the 2 ugly ULUR cases
The reason I did this is I realized that even...
Okay, so y'all remember Hawaiian Kociemba? well, I think solving only 3 cross edges is actually really good. I can usually plan xcross-1 edge in inspection, and the L5EOP algs are nice(L5EOP is EO+DF, then EPLL), and the L5EP algs are pretty nice(much of the algs can be done with a conjugated...
Anyway, I have been using Squan LBL, aka Jason Baum method aka "whatever the F**k that nub Helmer Ewert does"(quoted verbatim from a conversation I had a few months ago), and have been trying(and failing) To learn Lin.
I just want to talk a little about these methods and would like to ask if...
I already did this "ZZ-magic" thing with Jtwong71 about a year ago. but we did it this way, which is pretty inefficient but is very alg-light(about as many as full PLL TOTAL):
-build a U layer corner-edge pair and an F2L pair.
-place the U-layer pair in the F2L slot and AUF the F2L...