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I'm not sure if anyone has discovered this before but at some point when I was practicing OLLs, I noticed a few PLL cases pop up after OLL. However, only 6 or 5 out of the 21 were sure to have a chance of popping up. For example, I would finish this case:
and then I'd get a Z perm or a U perm, but only out of those 2, so I wouldn't get something like a N perm or an E perm. If this is the case for every OLL case, then it'll be easier to guess which case will be next out of the 21 by narrowing it down to the only possible ones, depending on the OLL. (Maybe then I could beat Mats Valk. )

..Another example if you couldn't understand what I meant.. There are 3 paths. A, B, and C. Go through A and you get a choice of 3 sub-paths. A1, A2, A3, et cetera. Of course, I could be wrong about this branching thingy or someone could have beaten me to it, but it's just an idea I had.

..Another example if you couldn't understand what I meant.. There are 3 paths. A, B, and C. Go through A and you get a choice of 3 sub-paths. A1, A2, A3, et cetera. Of course, I could be wrong about this branching thingy or someone could have beaten me to it, but it's just an idea I had.