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Johnlongears

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Me and my friends made a spreadsheet with all of the algorithms that you will need to know to solve 2x2 cubes, 3x3 cubes, and 4x4. We haven't made 5x5 yet, but we are bound to eventually. So I thought I would provide you guys with the link.
 

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Me and my friends made a spreadsheet with all of the algorithms that you will need to know to solve 2x2 cubes, 3x3 cubes, and 4x4. We haven't made 5x5 yet, but we are bound to eventually. So I thought I would provide you guys with the link.
Are you fast doing lefty Jb? Seems like it'd be faster to stick to all right hand(or all left), but maybe I'm wrong
 

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Are you fast doing lefty Jb? Seems like it'd be faster to stick to all right hand(or all left), but maybe I'm wrong
We just put basically every algorithm you could need, but I am not fast at lefty jb, if that answers your question. Lets say that you chose to stick with righty algs, some cases you would have to the lefty version or you would have to do the righty version a certain amount of times with some other moves.
 
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We just put basically every algorithm you could need, but I am not fast at lefty jb, if that answers your question. Lets say that you chose to stick with righty algs, some cases you would have to the lefty version or you would have to do the righty version a certain amount of times with some other moves.
Have to agree, with me being one of the people who made the spreadsheet with john. Although, in the future we will include a righty alternative alg for you :)
 

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I think doing U' x' R U' R' D R U R' D' R U R' D R U' R' D' is faster from that angle. I could only get your alg down to about 1.5 seconds. Although this alg looks cool and is fun to spam.
I just like to spam it and I thought maybe some, just maybe, it could be someone's main.
 
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somebody plug that into jperms alg efficiency calculator thing and tell me what it is. I am genuinely interested. I am pretty sure it would be very hight because you overwork your finger with r moves a lot.

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I did not mean small r moves, I meant big R moves, but I did the alg with small r moves and it is a potentially very fast Na perm. Somebody figure out how to fingertrick that, and tell me how fast they can get it.
 
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I did not mean small r moves, I meant big R moves, but I did the alg with small r moves and it is a potentially very fast Na perm. Somebody figure out how to fingertrick that, and tell me how fast they can get it.
Overworking is only for flicks, as they only apply when you have to reset a finger. I'll plug it in tomorrow.
 

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Kevin hays' big cube Eperm is
R2 U2 B (triple sexy) B' U2 R2
or something like that
Unless he changed his E perm alg (entirely possible; I haven't been following his content for a while), I think he uses the R2 U R' d' alg.

I sometimes use R2 U2 F' (R' U' R U)3 F U2 R2 for big cubes though. You can also combine it with PLL parity to get something like r2' F2 U2' r2 F' (U' R' U R)3 F R2' U2' F2 r2 (regripless!) for that one parity case that looks like a V perm from every angle.
 

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somebody plug that into jperms alg efficiency calculator thing and tell me what it is. I am genuinely interested. I am pretty sure it would be very hight because you overwork your finger with r moves a lot.

Edit:
I did not mean small r moves, I meant big R moves, but I did the alg with small r moves and it is a potentially very fast Na perm. Somebody figure out how to fingertrick that, and tell me how fast they can get it.
It gets a 24 versus the other E perm's 16.
 

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somebody plug that into jperms alg efficiency calculator thing and tell me what it is. I am genuinely interested. I am pretty sure it would be very hight because you overwork your finger with r moves a lot.

Edit:
I did not mean small r moves, I meant big R moves, but I did the alg with small r moves and it is a potentially very fast Na perm. Somebody figure out how to fingertrick that, and tell me how fast they can get it.
Wait did he have an actual program for it? I thought it was only a formula, but I didn't watch all of both videos
 

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