Scramble: R2 U' F2 U' B2 L2 U F2 U2 L2 U2 L' D' F' D' L R2 F' U F' R2, LOL DIS LINE SOLVED
z2 D' F B U' B' D //EOLINE 6/6
R U R U L U' R2 L2 U' L' U2 L U R //RIGHT BLOCK 14, 20
U2 L' U2 L' U2 L2 U L U L' U' L // LEFT BLOCK 12, 32
y R U2 R D R' U2 R D' R2 U2 //ZZLL 10, 42
x2 B' R' D' R' F D' R2 D' //EOLINE
U' R' U R' U' L U2 L2 R U' R' U' R U' L' //LEFT BLOCK
U R' U2 R' U R U' R2 U R U R' U' R U2 R' U2 R U' R' U2 R //RIGHT BLOCK + PHASING
F2 R' U' F R F R' U F2 R U' F U F' U2 // ZZLL + AUF
QQ that right block movecount
Did it again with an...
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1. It depends on the person. Some pick up ZZ and it immediately calls to them, some dont like it. Make the call on your own. Try doing only ZZ for a month. See if it feels good and you like it. If you do stay, if you dont, switch back to CFOP.
2. You dont have to postpone...
Which file is this. Could I get it? I made on originally by I'm curious how that one is formatted.
I've been super lazy with it I should have been done last year at least haha. Been trying to motivate myself to finish for at least 2 years now probably
Not quite. What he is saying is more of, how are these accomplished fibers unaware of someone with world class time in multiple categories. Faz did not quite "come out of the blue", as he was actively participating in the curbing community and thus people could if they wanted track and see how...
lying or not, this makes me want to go and learn more ZZLL algorithms.
i'd be really interested in seeing someone with legitimate full ZBLL. ZZLL is already tricky enough as is for me to buckle down and finish (although completely do-able IMO). And with actual decent recognition too.
1. yes, you will get to the point that you don't have to really place fingers to know where they are, it's not actually that hard, just takes a bit of getting used to
2. sure, that's always a good way to see where things might be off, pauses make up a fair bit of it though, although if you...
That's up to you to decide. If you stop at COLL then its likely not worth it because the sune is fast enough anyway and faster than any COLL you'd likely do and the time you'd theoretically save over doing more awkward PLLs is not enough to compensate.
Now if you plan on doing ZBLL or ZZLL then...
IMO it should not be taking you 8 to 12 seconds for last layer, that's like 4-6 seconds a step. Either you are taking too long to recognize the cases or you need to practice your execution/find better algs. EOLine could be a little faster imo but that LL time looks a little too long and should...
I'm inclined to agree with uva here. Having a planned EOL should help get you started and then you can start trying to find and plan more pieces since it takes you less time and effort to find/plan your it. At least you'd have EOL and then search for first block while executing it and be able...
Take 30 if you need to. Eventually it gets easier to find edges and figure out how to orient them all. Then you just add on predicting where the line edges end up. So long as you k ow where they end up after EO its easy to make the line.
With EO you start to see there's only so many ways the...
This. You "could" patent it, but the financial usefulness of it doesn't sound that great, i.e. more money to enforce than get, not including all the fees for applying/prosecution of the application/issuance/maintenance. It would really only be for the purpose of trolling and being a jerk.