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[Unofficial] 32.10 Megaminx PB Single!

Owen Morrison

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I just realized that I was not doing the actual no-flip method. I was just planning out my cross solution and doing it on the back. I have now learned the no-flip method and am getting consistent successes. The problem is, I have no idea how to take advantage of lucky cases with this method and it doesn't seem like anyone else knows, either. So I guess I will have a bit of developing to do if I want to get fast with this method (I'm not sure if I will use it or not)
 

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I just realized that I was not doing the actual no-flip method. I was just planning out my cross solution and doing it on the back. I have now learned the no-flip method and am getting consistent successes. The problem is, I have no idea how to take advantage of lucky cases with this method and it doesn't seem like anyone else knows, either. So I guess I will have a bit of developing to do if I want to get fast with this method (I'm not sure if I will use it or not)
Exactly, this is why the Clock pros all dismissed this method, although on paper it seems superior. If you can figure out about the lucky cases, you could maybe achieve a breakthrough in clock methods. :D
In any case the method is very cool.
 

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I just realized that I was not doing the actual no-flip method. I was just planning out my cross solution and doing it on the back. I have now learned the no-flip method and am getting consistent successes. The problem is, I have no idea how to take advantage of lucky cases with this method and it doesn't seem like anyone else knows, either. So I guess I will have a bit of developing to do if I want to get fast with this method (I'm not sure if I will use it or not)
What is the difference?
 

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Exactly, this is why the Clock pros all dismissed this method, although on paper it seems superior. If you can figure out about the lucky cases, you could maybe achieve a breakthrough in clock methods. :D
In any case the method is very cool.
I have a bunch of them figured out now, but for some lucky cases on the memo side I can't think of anything to do but memo in a different pattern and I don't feel like making and memorizing all of the different ones for such a small benefit.
 
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