In all honesty I just don't use them. Using a random state scrambler is easier. It sucks if you don't have one on you, but square -1 is a puzzle that allows for dumb scrambles.
EDIT: I guess if you really want to hand scramble, I'd suggest scrambling it while in cube shape, and then leave...
Hopefully this is more organized. I'll use the goal you posted since it's not a bad goal to have, and for consistency.
Race to sub-13 ROUND 71
Average of 12: 11.63
That algorithm for CP was actually very cool, I like it a lot actually. ^^
I also am quite impressed with your O-perm parity cases, they are a lot smoother than the algs I learned, so I might consider switching to them. great stuff!
Time: 13.42 (went over inspection though)
I'm wondering if he is referring to the OBL case, and not the optimal case to solve the puzzle. If not, then I guess this is a side note for the OBL case lol.
Here is a nice solution for the OBL case. I'm not sure if it's optimal, but it's...
That's a really cool idea actually. I like it a lot. I never practice clock since I think the event is somewhat silly, but this is something that I'll try learning for fun when I have a chance. great stuff as usual.
To help break down the opp-opp alg I'm providing, I'm going to show the standard O-perm parity algorithm.
O-perm algorithm: / (3,3) / (1,0) / (-2,-2) / (-2,0) / (2,2) / (-1,0) / (-3,-3) / (3,2) / (-2,-2) /
If you look at the part that I highlighted in red, you'll see that you are performing...
Not bad for two months, nice job on the solves!
In terms of critiquing your solves, I would suggest learning the 8 algorithms for Corner Permutation. You seem to be using the standard beginners method for this step, which can take up a lot of time. On a side note, the CP algs are quite easy...