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I saw Feliks use this flip algorithm on 3x3 in his most recent video: R' F R F' R U' R' which is basically the inverse of the standard flip algorithm: R U R' F R' F' R. I think the one Feliks used is better for 3x3 because it's regripless, but I'm also considering using it for big cubes. What are your thoughts on using this for big cubes, I think it's probably better, and I'll start using it.

I saw Feliks use this flip algorithm on 3x3 in his most recent video: R' F R F' R U' R' which is basically the inverse of the standard flip algorithm: R U R' F R' F' R. I think the one Feliks used is better for 3x3 because it's regripless, but I'm also considering using it for big cubes. What are your thoughts on using this for big cubes, I think it's probably better, and I'll start using it.

I have been using this for a while now and I first saw it in a Chris Olson video. I like this one better than the conventional flip alg as you can do it regripless. I would recommend you try using both and see what feels better to you.

I saw Feliks use this flip algorithm on 3x3 in his most recent video: R' F R F' R U' R' which is basically the inverse of the standard flip algorithm: R U R' F R' F' R. I think the one Feliks used is better for 3x3 because it's regripless, but I'm also considering using it for big cubes. What are your thoughts on using this for big cubes, I think it's probably better, and I'll start using it.

I saw Feliks use this flip algorithm on 3x3 in his most recent video: R' F R F' R U' R' which is basically the inverse of the standard flip algorithm: R U R' F R' F' R. I think the one Feliks used is better for 3x3 because it's regripless, but I'm also considering using it for big cubes. What are your thoughts on using this for big cubes, I think it's probably better, and I'll start using it.

I saw Feliks use this flip algorithm on 3x3 in his most recent video: R' F R F' R U' R' which is basically the inverse of the standard flip algorithm: R U R' F R' F' R. I think the one Feliks used is better for 3x3 because it's regripless, but I'm also considering using it for big cubes. What are your thoughts on using this for big cubes, I think it's probably better, and I'll start using it.