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[Unofficial] 10.93 2x3x3 average of 5 by Meep

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Just got this puzzle. I really like it =3

Got the scrambles randomly from Stefan Pochmann's Domino scrambler.

Average: 10.93

(8.34), 11.44, 11.09, 10.27, (16.19)

Btw, does anyone know what the UWR for this is?
 
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I made a bunch of them with ACube, one of the Zs were intuitive. Found the T accidentally but was later told by Justin that lots of people already knew it =( Also got a few from random people (David, Justin, Forte)
 
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Nice. I was going to work on something like this, So far I had an accidental Z perm(I only had it once), H, a long U (You destroy the bottom layer) , T,and an accidental A (Only twice). I think I'll stick to yours though, since they are way shorter and I tend to forget mine.
 
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I am 100% positive that Teo Kai Xiang does not have a domino.

he doesn't even know the domino U perm. I am almost sure he used a 3x3 to do domino =P

anyway, how do you solve the FL?
I build a 2x3 block, then solve the remaining 1x3 with R,U lol

If I don't see any easy blocks for the 2x3, I'd match 2 corners then use an M slice to get the right edge between that (Make a 1x3), then pair two opposite edges to the D center and attach that to my 1x3
 
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I am 100% positive that Teo Kai Xiang does not have a domino.

he doesn't even know the domino U perm. I am almost sure he used a 3x3 to do domino =P

anyway, how do you solve the FL?
What I do is solve the centers, then insert the corner using R U R U' R, Then I would do two look corner permutation, and two look edge permutation.

Now you can use his PLLs. =)
 
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How many cases would this have if it was solved in an ortega style method? (Disregarding permutation on both layers)
Not sure about how many, but since everything's already oriented, you could separate the colors really easily like the last two 5x5 centers. Could probably be done in 3-5 secs? Since you have to keep peeking at U and D, and it doesn't spin as great as some 5x5s =P
 
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How many cases would this have if it was solved in an ortega style method? (Disregarding permutation on both layers)
Not sure about how many, but since everything's already oriented, you could separate the colors really easily like the last two 5x5 centers. Could probably be done in 3-5 secs? Since you have to keep peeking at U and D, and it doesn't spin as great as some 5x5s =P
Haha, but of course, everything needs practice. Where can I find that program that you used?
 
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