Not that impressive when you consider that half of these methods are just CFOP variations. However, I think I've played by the same rules as everyone else who has made a "sub x with y methods" video (For example, ZB, MGLS and CFCE are considered different methods in Ben's video as well).
i believe that this is my first sub 12 on film. its a bit disappointing that it is such a lame sub 12, but that's the best ive got for right now :|
11.92, 12.64, 11.96, 11.01, (10.50), 12.13, (12.74), 11.68, 11.73, 11.64, 12.58, 12.61
first solve of the final round for mcc beta today was this. the average was 13.2, but i almost didnt make it to finals at all... i rage quit fourth with one solve left but i was persuaded to finish. got an 11.00 and made it through with a 14.5ish avg. (thanks for the +2 kit >_>)
Hey, guys. I have never seen a collection of algorithms for solving step 4a of LSE (EO) and fixing a missoriented F2B edge, so i decided to put one together. I go into more detail on the validity and statistics involved in the attached file: I think you could call this set "odd EO" because at...
Really just a fun thing that I decided to practise. I'm not advocating it as a method or anything, because F2B is so much more efficient. I'd be interested to see how fast the really fast CFOPers can solve F2B with this method though, as you get a lot of easy xcrosses and one move...
so ya, im thinking that its kindof derivative of a 'real man's' average, but not really. i just scrambled it during the 15 seconds to simulate the pressure i would be under to inspect when im actually at a competition. so that is why i called it a "real boy's average." is this already a...
I used this method a year or two so ago... but then i stopped doing 4x4 and it sucks for 5x5. after a while of not actually improving with meyer, i decided to do what was fun and switch to this method. it is my no means the best or most insightful walkthrough possible, but it is nice to have...
CMLLEO. Some of you have heard it discussed under the name of KCMLL. It is an approach to Roux in which the corners and EO is solved simultaneously in one alg. Most good Rouxers use some form of EO manipulation during CMLL, such as move canceling at some point to missorient the centers or...
Ahhh, feels good. You know, only five days before I was averaging 2:30ish on this puzzle. But as soon as winter break comes around... this. It's like the very idea of school is a cubing impediment.
But anyway, the cube is a Moyu and the method is Redux to Roux cuz I'm cool like dat.
The set ups I used in this video:
U2 M U2 M U' M2
U2 M' U2 M U' M2
U2 M' U2 M' U' M2
U2 M U2 M U M2
M' U2 M' U2 M2 U' M2
M U2 M' U2 M2 U' M2
M' U2 M' U' M2
I hope this video will make the BU method a little bit more clear.
This is my first sub-10 solve using roux. I switched earlier this week, having learnt the method 2-3 weeks ago. Very nice scramble, CMLL and an EO skip too, but still a sub 10 solve. It came much earlier than I thought it would too :)
F2 U' R2 B2 D' R2 D' U2 F2 R2 D' R D2 R2 D' R B' D R B U...
First sub 10 avg12 with roux!:D
10.79, 9.11, (11.34), 9.74, 8.94, 9.84, 10.11, 11.00, 10.10, (8.72), 9.72, 8.87 = 9.82
Here's my first sub 10 avg12 with CFOP 2 years ago: link
I average about 9.5 with CFOP and 11 with Roux.