I searched it up on google and got this:
F , U , F2 , D , B , U , R , F , L , D , R , U , L , U , B , D2 , R , F , U2 , D2
But I was wondering is it actually the hardest? Would it be harder if you repeated it on a cube?
Casinos use card shuffling machines. Why don't we use something like that? Has anyone ever built or seen a scrambling device? I wonder if there would be a market for it (I'm no builder so I'm not going to make it.)
How much would it have to cost to make, what price would it have when mass...
The discussion originally began in in this thread by Michiel. I'm moving it here to separate discussion for the sake of both programs.
Michiel didn't participate in the discussion, but since this is a modified copy of the old thread, this post needs to remain (due to the forum software).
I wrote a tiny scrambler application in Java (3x3 only). Check it out: http://www.vanderblonk.com/wp-content/uploads/rubiks-cube-scramble-generator.zip
New: generates N scrambles of length L
Show: shows animated java applet for last scramble or selected text
Clear: clear list
Source code is in...
Have you ever gotten a REALLY lucky scramble, where you start with a semi-solved cube?
I got this scramble for the 2x2x2 form JNetCube timer:
L B2 D L D2 L' D F' U' R F2 D B2 U' F' L D F' U2 R2 B R' B2 U' F2
Anybody have any?