• Welcome to the Speedsolving.com, home of the web's largest puzzle community!
    You are currently viewing our forum as a guest which gives you limited access to join discussions and access our other features.

    Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please, join our community of 35,000+ people from around the world today!

    If you are already a member, simply login to hide this message and begin participating in the community!

TDM

Member
Joined
Mar 7, 2013
Messages
7,009
Location
Oxfordshire, UK
WCA
2013MEND03
YouTube
TDM028
R U R D R' U' R D' R2
Same ZBLL/COLL/OCLL as r U R' U' r' F R F' from a different angle, not sure if anyone knows it already (someone probably does though; it's take out pair, WV).
 

yoshinator

Member
Joined
Mar 24, 2012
Messages
1,543
Location
Vancouver, Canada
WCA
2011HUTN01
YouTube
yoshinator879
R U R D R' U' R D' R2
Same ZBLL/COLL/OCLL as r U R' U' r' F R F' from a different angle, not sure if anyone knows it already (someone probably does though; it's take out pair, WV).
I use this and the mirror, it's really nice when cancelling into PLL.
Holy **** those algs are 10x faster than the regular ones... thanks!
 

h2f

Premium Member
Joined
Oct 10, 2013
Messages
2,401
Location
Poland
WCA
2014PACE01
YouTube
seniorgrot


I'm looking for rotationless insert of the case 36. I used y (UL' U' LU')
y' (RUR') and I found on wiki d (R' U' R) d' (R U R') and it looks ok, but maybe there's something better.



The same with case 35. There's U' l U' R U l' U R' insert on wiki and it looks ok but maybe something better?
 

Parity Case

Member
Joined
Apr 9, 2013
Messages
94
Location
BC, Canada
y2 position z U' R D' R2 U R' U' R2 U D
Nice. I use essentially the same alg, but with no z-rotation at the start:

(L' U R' U2') (r B' r' U2) [l2 M']

...start with left thumb on down face, and use left index to push the U2'. This will leave your left pinky at DBL to help lift the B'. While doing the U2, regrip left hand with thumb on top to turn l2, and use left ring finger to do the M' . The cube should end up as though it has been rotated with x'

I like using these two angles too:

3bar on right side: x' U2 (l' U' l U2') (r' U r' F' r2)

3bar on front: R2 [U' D] (R2' U' R2 U) (R2' D' R2 U) R2'

...all 3 algs have a winding feeling to them that I like.
 
Last edited:

teller

REAL Fingertricks!
Joined
Dec 15, 2008
Messages
1,035
Location
West Virginia
WCA
2010COAT01
YouTube
TellerWest


I'm looking for rotationless insert of the case 36. I used y (UL' U' LU')
y' (RUR') and I found on wiki d (R' U' R) d' (R U R') and it looks ok, but maybe there's something better.



The same with case 35. There's U' l U' R U l' U R' insert on wiki and it looks ok but maybe something better?
 
Last edited by a moderator:

mark49152

Super Moderator
Staff member
Joined
Oct 29, 2012
Messages
4,695
Location
UK
WCA
2015RIVE05
YouTube
mark49152


I'm looking for rotationless insert of the case 36. I used y (UL' U' LU')
y' (RUR') and I found on wiki d (R' U' R) d' (R U R') and it looks ok, but maybe there's something better.



The same with case 35. There's U' l U' R U l' U R' insert on wiki and it looks ok but maybe something better?
For the first I use RUR'URU'R' to extract the pair, which is super fast, and then d'L'UL to insert to FL. Also handy if you need to put it in another slot. Or rotationless, (U2)R'FRF'U2RUR'.

For the second, U'RUR' then d and insert at BR. Or rotationless, (U2)RUR'FR'F'R.
 
Last edited:
Top