# Recent content by TardySloth

1. ### The Roux "Example Solve" Game!

Lucky 32 STM staightforward. Pyjam - yournext :cool: z // yellow green 1st block R B2' U R' u // L block | 5s 6qs U' r U2 M2' U' R2 U2 M U R' // R block | 10s 14qs r U2 R2' F R F' R U2 R' // CMLL | 9s 12qs U' M' U' M U M' U2 M' // LSE...
2. ### The Roux "Example Solve" Game!

43 STM, straightforward... giving up to try to compete with Pyjam:confused: :? z2 y' U2 R B' U r' F r2 B // L block | 8s 10qs R U M2' U R' M' U2 M R U2 r U R' // R block | 13s 16qs r2 U' R F R' U R2 U' R' F' r // CMLL | 11s 13qs M' U' M' U2 M' U M2' U2 M U2 M // LSE...
3. ### The Roux "Example Solve" Game!

After blockbuilding all corners were oriented. I went with corner permutation for a G-perm in order to do EOLR in one step and canceled out some moves. 31 STM, rotation free. y R B F U' R' B2 F r' U2 F // L Block | 10h 12q 10s 12qs R' U' R' F' U' F // R...
4. ### The 3x3x3 Example Solve Thread

Method from 1982. Two minutes was my average time and I was proud if I got under 100 seconds :cool:. Slice moves did not even exist because of crappy hardware. Nowadays the LBL-beginner methods are way more elegant and way less turns. OMG, that was cumbersome... :eek: R U R U2 F U F U...
5. ### The Roux "Example Solve" Game!

Let's continue with your scramble...y2 u r2 u R2 U2 R u2 // left block | 7s 11qs U r' U2' B U2 B' U r' // right square | 8s 10qs U' M' U2 r' U' R // right pair | 6s 7qs F R' F r R U' r' U' R U r' F2 // CMLL (EO) | 12s 13qs M' U2 M U' M' U2 M U2 M2'...
6. ### The Roux "Example Solve" Game!

Oh... Sorry! I did same scramble as you did at the same time... Basically we both replied to the same post o_O Anyway, anyone can continue with any scramble. cheers
7. ### The Roux "Example Solve" Game!

Nice start with a ready made line, but somehow I was not able to get a good move-count... x' y u R' u M' U r2 u // L Block | 7s 8qs r' U' M2' U' // R Square | 4s 5qs R2 U r' U' M' r U r' // R Pair | 8s 9qs F' L2 F2 U2 F' L2 F U2 F2 L2 F // CMLL...
8. ### The 3x3x3 Example Solve Thread

Roux, unorthodox order for block-building into CMLL-skip. 27 STM (33 QSTM) y' // inspection F2 R2 U r F // squares | 5s 7qs r M2' U' r M' B // L block | 6s 7qs r' U' M' U r // R block | 5s 5qs M' U' M U M' U2 M U2...
9. ### The Roux "Example Solve" Game!

Lucky scramble for Roux, easy blocks and lucky LSE. 31 STM, 36 QSTM. y2 // inspection F' u' U2 l M D2 // L block | 6s 8qs U R' r' U r' U' R U' R' U R // R block | 11s 11qs L F' U2 F L' F' L U2 L' F // CMLL | 10s 12qs M' U2 M' U' // LSE...
10. ### The Roux "Example Solve" Game!

Cancelled out 2nd block into CMLL, otherwise straightforward fullstep x // inspection U2 L' F2 U M' B' // L block | 6s 8qs M' U' R M U r' M U2 B' R B // R block | 11s 12qs U R' U r U2' r' // CMLL | 6s 7qs M U M U M' U2 M U M2' // LSE...
11. ### The Roux "Example Solve" Game!

11 moves less than Sean. Guess you did take a bit more time for thinking! ;) y // inspection U' R2' S D' // L block | 4s 5qs r U r' U2 r' U' R U F' U2 F2 R' F' R // R block | 14s 17qs U R' U L' U2 R U' R' U2 R L // J Perm |...
12. ### The 3x3x3 Example Solve Thread

Roux, fullstep: zy F2 L' F2 L U R U' B // L block | 8s 10qs R' U M2' U R' // R square | 5s 6qs U' r' U2 r U r' // R pair | 6s 7qs r U2 r' R' F R F' r U2 R' // CMLL | 10s 12qs M' U M' U M' U' M2' U2 // LSE | 8s 10qs //...
13. ### The Roux "Example Solve" Game!

z' // inspection B' R2 D2 r U2 B' // left block | 6s 9qs r2 M' U r' // right square | 4s 5qs U2 r' U r // right pair | 4s 5qs U' R' F' r U R U' r' F // CMLL | 9s 9qs U' M U M // EO | 4s 4qs U2 M' U2...
14. ### The Roux "Example Solve" Game!

Happy new year solve, fullstep! z' y' // r U' R' u B2' U' B // L block | 7h 8q 7s 8qs M U' R' U' R' U2 R U r' U' r // R block | 12h 13q 11s 12qs U' R2' D' R U2 R' D R U2 r // CMLL | 10h 13q 10s 13qs U' M' U' M U2 M2' U M' U2 M2'...
15. ### The Roux "Example Solve" Game!

@Pyjam Proud of block-building with just 13 STM, but CMLL and LSE screws everything up :oops: Hard to keep up with your movecount, used algdb.net until a CMLL resulted in a "good" LSE case. And this goes with right-face twisting trick already. On the other hand, you are cheating with D-moves at...