First, the final F' should be F. Next, I notice (by doing the inverse) that this algorithm does not correspond to your diagram (OLL42), but to OLL44 if you put (y') in front of the algorithm.
L' U' L U' L' U2 L F' L' U' L U F'
Combinations of Sunes and FRUR'U'F' algs are really fast...
Good point, though I think it's not most people can correct that last turn while trying the alg (i.e. I don't think this quite warrants a post, unless maybe you went through all of them, and found that only this one was incorrect).First, the final F' should be F.
Are you sure you actually did the inverse, and not the alg itself?Next, I notice (by doing the inverse) that this algorithm does not correspond to your diagram (OLL42), but to OLL44 if you put (y') in front of the algorithm.
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