START = (0,0,0,0); END = (12,11,8,7)it gives (2, 6, 8, 3) as the least complex intermediate set of states. This means that the least complex (fewest number of cases before + after) way to solve the Rubik's cube (from the perspective of focusing on EP, EO, CP, CO apart from each other) in two steps is by first permuting 2 edges, orienting 6 edges, permuting 8 corners, and orienting 3 corners! There's many ways to interpret this, the program doesn't care about the positions of the pieces, we get to choose!
It's hilarious when one tells a younger cuber they differ from the norm. At my comp people that came up to me could not wrap their heads around the fact that I used Black/yellow on my Square-1 and used a modded Valk as my OH main. I tried telling them the benefits and uses of BY, yellow is more vibrant than white, it looks better, Female WR holder uses it, it's not boring, I personally find it to be easier on the eyes, all I got was a "you do you" and "each to their own". As for the VE I had to keep telling them it was a Valk 3 core with Valk Elite pieces, yet they still insisted on calling it a Valk.Fall break. Learning full sune ZBLL, and antisune if i have time. I enjoy learning these sets because the algs are extremely good and it is funny to see peoples' reactions. Top level cubers know almost full ZBLL except sune/antisune? Because it isn't worth it? Fascinating. But did I ask?
Anyway i'm going to be learning full ZBLL eventually so the order doesnt matter, all that matters is maintaining motivation which this undoubtedly is helping with.
3 days in and i'm already halfway done with sune ZBLL
I do indeed use Roux. I do not have aspirations because i believe my one handed turning ability is limited, and because I lack interest. May come back to it in the future (unlikely)As a side topic, are you thinking about improving at OH at all? I assume you still use Roux, what are your goals?