Two questions :
1) If you tried both, which method do you think is the fastest: ZZ-VH* or CFOP, for 2H on 3x3x3 ?
*ZZ-VH is ZZ with COLL then EPLL.
2) Among the top 20 cubers, who uses ZZ (a variant or another) as their main method?
This is my first video. I'm studying the COLLs. Some are really not easy to execute, so I search new ways to execute popular algorithms. Here are two I discovered yesterday. I don't know if they're already known and efficient. At least, I'm satisfied whit them. Hope you'll like them...
Since this weekend, I’m playing with a method I would call CEOFCOP : Cross – Edges Orientation – F2L – Corners Orientation – PLL. Hum… no, I wouldn’t call it like this. Maybe Fredo = Fridrich (with early) EDges Orientation.
I suppose you get the idea: after the cross, I orient the 8...
I just thought that it would be fun to have a warp scale to measure performance.
I’ve thought that Warp-N would mean you can solve N cubes per minute.
So, Warp-1 is 1 cube per minute. Congratulation you just broke the 1-minute barrier.
Warp-2 is sub-30
Warp-3 is sub-20
Warp-4 is sub-15...
I own a cube called «*Old Guojia*», so I suppose it’s a type A I. I really like the feel of this cube (like soap or butter), but I have a big problem with it : it’s white. I don’t know why but I can’t recognize colors quickly on a white cube, maybe an affair of contrast, I don’t...
[CLOSED] WTB a 4x4x4 center piece
EDIT : Deal done.
I’m looking for a replacement 4x4x4 center piece, original Rubik’s cube 30 years old. They’re out of stock @ cubesmith.com. Could you help me? Thanks.
I’m new here and I may have posted this in the wrong forum. If so, please accept my apologies.
After I completed the F2L, the situation is (Yellow on top) :
There is probably a way to complete the solve in a couple of moves. Could you find it?