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A Quick Guide to WCA Skewb Notation

Lucas Garron

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Images could help. How come did the images in the 2010 regulations images removed when it come to the 2013 ones?
Most of the Regulations are text, so it was simpler to leave out the images in the new format.

The real answer, though: Because I haven't had time to put them back, and not enough people have asked for them to be put back. Translations and PDFs complicate things. If someone wants to take a stab at it, be my guest.


Lucas, is the scrambler random state?
Yes.

(I haven't poked into the code to verify yet, but Chen Shuang wrote it to be random-state, and I consider him to be trustworthy.)
 

siva.shanmukh

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It doesn't matter for the same reason that 2x2 scrambles don't include D, L, and B moves.
All states on skewb can be accounted for with R, U, L, and B turns since all axes of rotation are accounted for.
Does pyraminx need ULRB? I thought it is sufficient just to have just any three of them to generate all states. Please correct me if I am wrong.
 
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