i need serious help with shooting to M slice.. with pochmanns example he did M2 after shooting to the M slice, is this like a set down move? and his m2 example video doesn't work.. some help please..
i have read on the M2 and my problem was with parity.. erik uses old pochman for corners and if parity occurs UB and UF is switched.. he does an algorithm that fixes that with side effects of the M slices becomes bad.. i use just the plain mcgaughs for corners becuase i just love, which when parity occurs the UL and UF are switched.. i was wondering if there is a way or an algorithm that fixes corner parity (UL and UR swithced) to get ready for M2 edges??? please help me out!
This is the other case that comes up with M2. Because M2 affects where DB and UF are, you have to keep track of how the centers are. This is why Stefan suggests memorizing in pairs. If you come to an M slice edge when the centers are switched, then you have to shoot to the opposite place. In te his case, to get solve DB, then you have to shoot it to UF with U2 M' U2 M'. I would suggest not using numbers for memorization unless you can remember these things individually. I guess I do somewhat. When I go through the cycles, I remember colors in pairs, i.e. red-blue red-yellow ...pause... white-orange blue-yellow (I solve with white on F and green on U. As you can see when my DB edge comes up (blue-yellow), I remember that the centers are flipped, meaning I have to solve it at UF. This also works for knowing when parity comes up as well.
Well If you see the Chips and Dip, and you hear the music, its probablly a party, oh, did you mean Parity?i need help to determine the party when using m2 edges..
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