The u' R U R' u algorithm doesn't solve the case I'm talking about. Your alg solves when the edge is in the right spot and the corner is a U away. Do you have an updated alg for the case I'm referring to. Anyone have any m-slice or wide move algs for this case?
For the case above but rotated y so that it is facing at me, does anyone have any rotationless algs? I know I can rotate and solve easily, but I was curious/interested in any cool rotationless algs, especially any using m-slices or r wide moves.
Thanks for the help.
Thanks! I've seen that video, but it's not the one I'm referring to. It was a link to a website with many more cases shown (diagonal and adjacent f2l). At another point, another member here also posted a google docs with other cases. So I'm looking for any of those two.
Sometime ago a member posted links to a website and a google document with algs for diagonal and adjacent f2l cases.
Would anyone happen to have those links? Or does anyone have any resources with good algs for diagonal and adjacent f2l cases?
Anyone know what happened to cubeloop.com? The site had tons of useful f2l algs for diagonal and adjacent cases. It was an extremely useful site, but I can't seem to access it in the last few days.
Does anyone have any news on the site?
I have another request. Looking at the case below but rotated y2 so the insertion happens in the back.
I would like to be able to insert the pair in the back without rotating, so as before, I'm looking for some rotation-less algs.
Hopefully some ergonomic ones.
For the case above but rotated y2 so the insertion happens in the back. Does anyone have any rotationless algs to solve it? The algs can have M slices, I'm just looking for something that's rotationless.
The best alg set would definitely be Winter Variation. That's going to give you the most noticeable improvement. In fact, it'll help you avoid some of your troubles with OLL by skipping it completely. It'll also make you feel like you have greater control of your solves because you'll be...
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