Just like tripod on a 3x3 except it is on a 2x2. And no it isnt a beginners method. What kind of beginners method on a 2x2 would have 32 algs (dont answer this)?
Edit: Example Solve
Scramble:F2 R U2 F' U2 F' R2 F2 R'
U F L // Tripod 1st Layer
y2 R U2 R' // Tripod Piece
U y L F' L' F L F' L'...
Tripod on a 2x2. LOL feel free to scream at me.
3/4 of a layer
without disrupting the tripod piece, solve the rest of the first layer
solve the last layer with 1 or 32(?) algorithms
this wasnt on any list of 2x2 methods i could find lol. I am calling it Tripod-2
I was practicing 2x2 then got a sub-7 average with a 36 in it
1. 8.448 U' R' F2 R2 U2 R' U2 R U
2. 5.846 U' R U' R2 F2 U' R U F'
3. 5.898 R2 U2 F' U R U2 R F U2
4. (5.339) U2 F' U R' F R2 U' F2 U'
5. (36.201) R2 U' R F' U2 R U2 F' R2
ok new method (2x2)
Solve bottom side in such a way that you have that and the oppisite color in any way. It can be 2 lines, checkered, or even a solved side.
OLL (7 algs)
from here you have a few options
A: solve the rest of the cube in 1 alg
B: Solve top and bottom sides then PBL...
i did. HD requires you to make 3/4 of a side and my method requires you to make 3/4 of a layer. This reduces to the total alg count of the method from 59 to 29. I know this isnt as good ass CLL or EG and possibly Ortega just as well as you do. I am just poining out the differences of this and HD.