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Here is my PLL compilation that I made. I put some of the popular ones in, as well as some of my own and ones that I could not find online. Although this is not as thorough as some other compilations, I tried to include the best algorithms I know. Some of these can be used for OH and others are easy to learn. All the algorithms also include a link to an animation of the algorithm. Find the algorithms that work best for you! Read the notes in the documents before trying them. Learning finger tricks is recommended for these algorithms. Reply down below if you have any suggestions for algorithms and I will try to add in the best ones. Thanks!

This is a currently unfinished list, I will update it when I have the time. I will turn off viewing when I am editing.

When you are conjugating PLLs to make ZBLLs, make sure to place your F2L pairs at spots where there would normally be blocks or bars. DO NOT USE THE E PERM, F PERM OR EPLLs

I was bored with my online class so I was messing with PLLs. I got these ZBLLs and many more. Can you compare these with your current algs @PapaSmurf@GenTheThief ?

>R' U R2 u R' U R' U' R u' R2 F' U F U' R
>R U' R2 u' R U' R U R' u R2 f R' f' U R'
>F R2 F2 R U2 R U2 R' F R U R' U' R' F R2 F'
I use RUD algs for these (R2 D' R U2 R' U' D R' U' R2 U R U R2, which is just the COLL cancelling into a U perm). Haven't bothered to learn the recognition for the inverse cases.

>z S' R U R' U' R' F R2 U' R' U' R U R' F' S z'
Standard alg (r U' r U2 R' F R U2 r2 F) is way better.

>F r' D' F r U' r' F' D r2 U r' U' r' F r F2
The F2 at the end seems awful. Unfortunately, afaict all "good" algs for this case are N perm setups, which also means there are no truly good algs. (I use a different N perm setup.)

>x U R' U R' D2 R U' R' D2 R2 U' x'
Standard alg (R' U2 R' D' R U2 R' D R2) is the standard COLL alg for this case already.

>F' R U R' F' R U R' U' R' F R2 U' R' F
Standard alg (R2 D r' U2 r D' R' U2 R') is way shorter.

>x U R2 F R F' R U2 r' U r U x'
Standard RUL algs are probably better. Interesting, though. (I've been toying with this RUD alg for this case but it doesn't seem that great.)

>F R U R' F' R U2 R' U2 R' F R U R U2 R' U' F'
Standard alg is a J perm setup: R U D' R U R' D R2 U' R U R2 U2 R' = [R U z' : R' U L U' R U2 L' U L U2 L'].

I'd do
COLL cancel into RUS U perm. ((U') F U2 R' U' R F' R' U2 F U F' U' R also exists.)
COLL cancel into RUS U perm. (Inverse of the alg above also works).
Same priniciple as the last 2.
Same principle as the last 3.
F' r2 U2 R' F' R U2 r' U r'
F R U R' U' S D' R' F' R D f' R' F R (I should switch to this anyway).
Same principle as first 4.
R' U2 R' D' R U2 R' D R2
Same principle as first 4.
I use a bad alg for this case, but try F U' R' U R D R' U R D'U F' R' U R or f R U R2 F R f' R S U' S' R' F'
R2 D r' U2 r D' R' U2 R'
L' U2 R U' R' U2 L R U' R', inverse or (U) l' U2 L2 F' L' F L' U2 l

Here is my PLL compilation that I made. I put some of the popular ones in, as well as some of my own and ones that I could not find online. Although this is not as thorough as some other compilations, I tried to include the best algorithms I know. Some of these can be used for OH and others are easy to learn. All the algorithms also include a link to an animation of the algorithm. Find the algorithms that work best for you! Read the notes in the documents before trying them. Learning finger tricks is recommended for these algorithms. Reply down below if you have any suggestions for algorithms and I will try to add in the best ones. Thanks!

This is a currently unfinished list, I will update it when I have the time. I will turn off viewing when I am editing.