DONOVAN'S ROUX TUTORIAL
Hiya guys and gals.
I've been working on a Roux tutorial, and have uploaded it to my website.
I decided to go about recognition a few different ways compared to conventional tutorials.
So far I have a Video page, and a CMLL page with algorithms for each of the...
We are announcing our site in order to get feedback directly from the cubers.
Our site is not 100% done, but I am constantly updating the site and making video's to improve the learners experience.
We would really appreciate constructive criticism, mainly on our way of...
How to solve a 2x3x3 cube blindfolded using Old Pochmann!
Y Perm: (R U') (R U') (R U R) D' (R U R) U' R D R
Edges: R U2 R U2 R U2
Scramble: R2 F2 B2 U2 F2 B2 U' F2 B2 L2 U L2 F2 U' F2 B2 R2 F2 U B2 U2 F2 U F2 B2 L2 U2 R2 L2 F2 B2 L2
For those who have tried to learn the BH method but have been overwhelmed by the hundreds of algorithms, this is the method for you!
With 2-Look BH Corners, we solve one piece at a time. But as most of you will know, we cannot swap only two pieces on the cube. It is impossible without taking...
Hi Guys, decided to put up a Roux Method tutorial on Youtube. 1st person perspective, with a bunch of examples on each step. (Broken into 5 videos)
Let me know what you think!
Part 1 = Left Block
Part 2 = Right Block
Part 3 = Corner Orientation / Permutation (examples with...
I used a fixed cube orientation(blue/green on front, white on bottom) in this video, so I did not explain the rules of EO. I will be working on video tutorials about the other steps of the ZZ methods next week when I have time, and eventually a website text/video tutorial. Anyway I hope this...
Those of you following the FMC results in the weekly comp or the example solve thread may have noticed an increase in my FMC results.
This is a result of my quest to explore the limits of Human Thistlethwaite for FMC.
I have now had a few sub 40 solves with a best result of 35 HTM.
Hi everyone.This is the tutorial I mentioned in my last thread.
I know there are many tutorials on guimond but I wanted to make a tutorial based on how I learnt it
So, Here they are
thank you for watching
Hi, the title says it all...
The detail views are in between the video. If you're only interested in the Center-Cap-Lifter, jump to 4:02. Feel free to use the comment section if you have any further question, suggestions or criticisms. Also, please use a few seconds to visit my channel page...
I am just wondering how most people do their 4x4 edge pairing for reduction/yau/something similar. I mean, do you do something like: 6-2-2-2, or 3-3-2-2-2, etc. Sorry if there's already a thread like this.