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Aluminum's Progression thread/Sub 30 3x3/Sub 2 4x4/Working on planing out whole cross/ Sub 65 FMC/ Sub 2 3oh/Learning 3bld/Learning 2x2 pbl/6 TPS

Imsoosm

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Quick question what in my river is NISS for FMC?
NISS stands for Normal Inverse Scramble Switch. In FMC, you want as fewest moves as possible, and NISS helps by switching between normal scramble and inverse scramble and you can see which takes less moves to solve. Note that you can switch between normal and inverse scramble anytime in your solve.

I didn't learn NISS yet, but I know how it works. I just forgot how to switch between normal and inverse scramble.
 

Aluminum

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For learning FMC techniques, read this , it's basically the fmc bible.
Also, I've never heard the phrase "what in my river" before but sure, whatever floats your boat

See what I did there
Honestly dont know what you did but i am an otter so i live in a river and dont use boats
 

Aluminum

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didnt realive i got ao5 pb
Generated By csTimer on 2022-05-29
avg of 5: 32.64

Time List:
1. (29.69) B2 R' D2 B U2 B L2 B2 F' U2 B2 F' U2 L' B' R2 D' R B U F2
2. (39.74) L' F L2 U L B R' B' R2 D2 B2 U2 R' B2 R' F2 B2 U2 L2
3. 32.67 D F U' R' B' D R' U' D2 B L2 B2 R2 D2 L2 U2 F R2 F' D'
4. 35.14[rus u perm] R U2 F2 D2 B2 L2 D2 R F2 R2 F D' L R' F' D2 U' L B' F
5. 30.12 D2 B2 L2 U' B2 U B2 U' L2 R2 B' L' D B2 R' F L' D2 B' D2
 
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