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Complex 2-Move Generator Reduction Method (c2gr)

Thom S.

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Hello,

Thank you for sharing the method, it is very good. But the paper in the link only describes the 1st step out of 4. Am I supposed to know the other steps? If no, where are they described? Thanks in advance.
The other Steps exist in other methods
 

shadowslice e

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Hello,

Thank you for sharing the method, it is very good. But the paper in the link only describes the 1st step out of 4. Am I supposed to know the other steps? If no, where are they described? Thanks in advance.
The method is essentially the same as Briggs. If you want a better 2gen redux method, I would recommend @Teoidus 's 2gr method.
 

UnixMan

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The method is essentially the same as Briggs. If you want a better 2gen redux method, I would recommend @Teoidus 's 2gr method.
I'd like to, but I don't quite get the Teoidus' CP recog system, that's why I found this one by zz good. Btw, Teoidus' manual on github is gone :( I have yet to find a complete manual for ANY CP-first method.
 

Thom S.

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I'd like to, but I don't quite get the Teoidus' CP recog system, that's why I found this one by zz good. Btw, Teoidus' manual on github is gone :( I have yet to find a complete manual for ANY CP-first method.
For step 2, you can expand to a 3x2x1 CPBlock and then use Leor's system
For Step 3 you can take a look at the Petrus Method as it has the same step
Step 4 is just 2GLL. Multiple Listst exist online.( I personally recommend Jabari Nuruddin and Egide Hirwa's Lists)
 

UnixMan

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For step 2, you can expand to a 3x2x1 CPBlock and then use Leor's system
For Step 3 you can take a look at the Petrus Method as it has the same step
Step 4 is just 2GLL. Multiple Listst exist online.( I personally recommend Jabari Nuruddin and Egide Hirwa's Lists)
Thank you! :)
 
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