This one: https://www.ocf.berkeley.edu/~dadams/fmc/
...or this one: https://www.speedsolving.com/forum/threads/weekly-competition-2016-21.61035/
...or maybe even this one: http://speedcube.de/forum/showthread.php?tid=5795
Since God's number for the domino is 18*, it should 9, right? Since you don't count U and D moves should be able to adjust those layers to be able to solve E at the same as U and D.
I just realized that I've managed to avoid DNFing enough to get an "official", albeit medicore FMCRA12:
(28.00), 32.00, 29.00, 29.00,28.00, 34.00, 31.00, 33.00, (DNF), 31.00, 32.00,32.00 = 31.1
This is only 0.1 from my official mean of 31. So, my question is anybody as close (or closer, i.e...
D2 R B' D R2 L' U R' U' L U R D' R D F U' B2 U F' U' B' D U' L U2 L' U D (29)
Just barely sub-30, didn't have time to explore R and U EO.
Almost linear skeleton:
D2 R B' D R2:U D' R D [2x2x3]
U'.B D U' L U2 L' U D [L4C]
.=U F U' B2 U F U' B2
:=L' U R' U' L U R U'
Interesting stuff on the...
Just to clarify even further, this is what happened on my end:
1. I saw a blog/forum post or video from you describing this method
2. Got the idea in my post from messing around with domino redux, being inspired by Baldav and Basti
3. I saw your thread, didn't read it too thorough and posted.
Yeah... not sure what I was thinking, FRU (or RUD) can obviously permute corners. I also realize now that this is the domino redux thingy I mentioned in the ZZ-HW thread. I knew I had seen Chris describe this. I guess TSLE can be described like Roux EO; recursively?