For 3 style parity, one way is to always add the same two targets to the end of corners and edges to make them even, and then use a parity alg at the end that works with the two you chose. This makes it so you only need to learn 1 alg, but the downside is you have to do another 3 cycle.
Here's an idea for finishing Hexagonal Francisco solves using pseudoslotting during the last edge.
Pseudoslotting ZBLL Finish:
1. Hexagon on D
2. Solve 3 E-slice edges like normal (RUru-gen)
3. Insert the last one with the corner by using pseudoslotting
4. Insert DF edge while doing EO...
This is just worse ZZ-CT. ZZ-CT does have more algs (197), but it is 2 look and does not require a corner to be paired with the E-slice edge when orienting.
ZZ-CT LSLL with EO Steps:
1. TSLE - Solve the E-slice edge while solving corners (Different than winter variation because it doesn't need...
I think you left out the 4 adjacent mis-oriented cases. F and R, F and L, B and R, B and L. I do not get why phased edges would be in the same orientation, is that part of the phasing process in your method?
I think the alg count would be 1327 instead of around 600.
COLL (42) * 4 + H-Perm (1) = ZZLL (169)
OLLCP (331) * 4 + Mis-oriented H-Perms (2) + H-Perm (1) = 1327
I think it could be a good method, but ZBLS + ZBLL is better for that amount of algs because it is 2 look.
Conjugated COLL would preserve EO, which allows for L5EP.
Preserving edge permutation would allow for one look for both algs, but L4C has worse algs than COLL.
Both work, but I think that conjugated COLL would be better.
Conjugated COLL should work. Then, you would just have L5EP. Although this would probably be better with ZZ than Petrus.
1. EOCross (probably better than EOLine)
2. Left pairs/block
3. BR slot
4. Conjugated COLL (42 algs)
5. L5EP (16 algs, 12 without EPLLs)
Seems pretty good, especially for...
Reminds me of another post where someone thought they never got parity with their solving order for 3BLD.
If you can't figure out if it will be a skip or not intuitively, then please do some more testing before posting.
I have been doing about 5 blindsolves a day for the past week, and I'm realizing that it takes me a long time to memo. It takes me around 2.5 minutes to memo, and less than 1.5 minutes for execution.
I've been using words/sentences (a mix of visual and audio) for corners, and audio for edges...
I'll start this out by saying please don't take offense.
That example solve was objectively not a petrus variant, it was a CFOP variant.
Petrus has bad lookahead, and no one is globally sub 10 with it, even with ZBLL.
Please do not assume that I strictly believe in CFOP. I spend a lot of time...