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The U' at the beginning is unnecessary, unless you have a diagram that shows that algorithm from a different angle. anyway, this is actually really good but it isn't anything new. I already use this as an ELL algorithm

well I'm bored and don't know what to do As there are many ortega algs and I wanted to know which one was the best, i ran it through an algometer. Note: These are not the confirmed best algs as people's turn styles are different

OLL

Sune: R U R' U R U2 R'
Anti Sune: L' U' L U' L' U2 L
Pi: R' F R2 U' R2' F R
P/U: F U R U' R' F'
L: F R' F' R U R U' R'
T: R U R' U' R' F R F'
H: R2 U2 R' U2 R2

PBL

Adj/Solved: R' F R F' R U2 R' U R U2 R'
Opp/Solved: R U' R' U' F2 U' R U R' D R2
Opp/Opp:R2 F2 R2/R2 B2 R2/x R2 U2 R2
Adj/Adj: R2 U' R2 U2 F2 U' R2
Opp/Adj: R' F U' R2 U F' R

Try out this C OLL case that is similar to T: R U R’ U’ y l’ U’ L U M
I swear to god it is the best algorithm ever. It is what Max Park used before. I have no idea if he still uses the algorithm

Try out this C OLL case that is similar to T: R U R’ U’ y l’ U’ L U M
I swear to god it is the best algorithm ever. It is what Max Park used before. I have no idea if he still uses the algorithm