Or you could just do F R' F' R U R U' R'...The inverse of this is a nice OLLCP, if you have that specific 1lll and do the standard alg you get a Gb perm.
This alg is not that great and the normal OLL options that are already there are objectively better.I know it is 4gen but I think it is the best one as it can be done fast, 4 gen algs are generally ignored but some can be useful.
Using conjugated PLLs(like you do in the first case)
I actually want to use the shorter alg R U' R' U F' r U' L' U2 R' U R U' and not the conjugated PLL, which I just listed for comparison. And I forgot to consider that you have to do a x' rotation at the end of the shorter alg, but the rotation won't matter much.first row is the algorithm I chose, second row is the most popular algorithm on algdb.net as comparison
I have a (halfway done) list of ⟨R,Rw,U⟩ algs for the 27 one-flip OLL cases, naturally sorted by the OLL case solved. (There's a mix of single-parity and double-parity algs because the code I'm using to generate them doesn't track the corner permutation at all.)if you would like to find more algorithms like this, please sort them by exact case for me.
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