Hey guys, is there any easy way to compile a list of 4x4x4 algorithms?
I have a list compiled on an Excel sheet, but I want to get the entire list in hyperlinked in format on httpss://alg.cubing.net/?puzzle=4x4x4&type=alg
Any thoughts or tips would be greatly appreciated.
So, I wanted to share this with you.
I picked up speedcubing on the 4x4x4 the end of the last year. And I found some interesting things. I hope it is of interest to you all.
Did you know that you don't need RBULURURUFRFLBR or Lucas Parity to solve the 4x4x4? Like ever.
There is a much...
I am going to start this thread here as I have refined the method since my original proposal.
I want to talk about a Roux-centric method that allows you to quickly solve in a fluid Roux manner.
It is interesting because I question all CFOP preconceived notions that 4x4x4 has to be...
I've been work speedsolving with Roux for a while now. I'm back into cubing after meeting with Chris Hardwick back in February. He always seems to bring me back in.
I've had a really big breakthrough in times, smooth fast solves are 15.xx.
So, I've come a long way from CFOP...
I am sure that you are all aware of this website.
I have spoken with James for a few weeks about the concepts on this page. Once I began to fully understand the system, I noticed some formatting issues. I found that the table of algorithms was...
Okay, I haven't been on here for a long time. Things do not seem to have changed much. People have practiced more and have improved their times. New people come and go. I just was wondering what methods are experienced cubers using to solve cubes blindfolded. How are you memorizing? What...
Those who were at US Nat'ls probably heard Chris Hardwick speak of the upcoming BH Method.
With the unexpected EARLY release of v-cubes, we have decided to hold back on our publication of our current endeavors, to bring you a complete system, for everything up to the 7x7!
I use many memorization methods.
This is a small list:
I will provide a description of the methods, plus examples of how to use them.
Visual Memory Methods:
1. Some of the top notch cubist, such as Leyan Lo, use shapes to remember his blindfolded solves. Leyan also orients pieces. What the...
Firstly, are you interested in solving the big cubes blindfolded, yet have trouble seeing the commutators?
This is Chris' thread, it is very useful. Not comfy with using commutators for the wing edges still? Here is my solution to solve the wings, it is very easy, fast...