HARCS says that Mehta-TDR (the new name of Meta-Mehta) is around 43 moves on average. You're right, it's a really promising top speedsolving method.im curious, its sub-40 movecount?? Thats even lower than roux and zz, and is it still as/better than CFOP??? the ZB equivalent of metha might be one of the most fastest and/or efficient methods for speedsolving.
HARCS with optimal TDR and ZBLL gives it 39.xy, and with the ZBLL alg-list and RUDS TDR gives around 43. Since a big chunk of this number is algs, real-life movecount would be very-close to 43, maybe even better if some advanced EOLedge is done. One of the most efficient, certainly. Fastest, I do put my bets on it and hope so but it's too soon to tell.im curious, its sub-40 movecount?? Thats even lower than roux and zz, and is it still as/better than CFOP??? the ZB equivalent of metha might be one of the most fastest and/or efficient methods for speedsolving.
I didn't save the simulation, but I ran the simulation again and again got (2) 27 move solutions. Remember, this is with a constrained version of the method (i.e. less efficient).is there a reconstruction of the 27 move solve? I wanna see it[/spoiler]
Where is the non- beginners method tutorial?I tried making a beginners' version tutorial. It's not great quality, but it's well explained and in depth.
Here is an overview of all variations of the method for 2H 3x3x3 after EO-ledge.
This may be the case, and of course it's too early to tell; but I don't think ZZ-CT is a fair comparison, since the algs are generally considered to be bad.Mehta-TDR (Meta-mehta) feels like one of those methods that will be hyped up before dying after nobody learns the algs, like ZB or ZZ-CT. Still excited to see it in practice though. Mehta and the variants are incredibly promising.
Spoiler:The popularity of speed FMC
Yeah good point bc speed FMC doesn't allow the time to think a lot so this might be useful.
Actually HARCS can export reconstructions.HARCS doesn't give individual reconstructions, just numbers.
HARCS give Mehta-TDR an average movecount of around 43, but that number is actually lower, because HARCS ran the simulations on fixed-FB and belt. A color neutral solver could realistically expect a lower movecount. @Devagio can post the HARCS stats.
I've attached a reconstruction of 100 solves. These wouldn't be great solves to emulate because HARCS doesn't utilise the D offset, has a single FB, and a fixed belt, leading to 3-4 extra moves on average. But you should get an idea.Can you do a solve simulation with a few thousand mehta TDR solves and give me the reconscruction of the lowest movecount? Also how do you do solve simulations?
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