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Discuss the Comm Case

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Daniel Lin

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here's some I found
UBL>UFR>FLD
and UBL>UFR>BDR

CL [l':[R' D2 R, U']]
CT [r':[U', L' D2 L]]
 

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Even though this thread is dead I've been trying to figure out the best alg for this case
UBL>DFL>UFL
I've been using U setup to BU with the r'.
[U r' : [D R' D', r2]]
 

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Even though this thread is dead I've been trying to figure out the best alg for this case
UBL>DFL>UFL
I've been using U setup to BU with the r'.
[U r' : [D R' D', r2]]
Not move optimal, but for this case I have [U : [L2, R U R' U']] which is 12 moves but sexy move insertion feels nice.
Alternatively, there's [x' F : [L2, U' R' U]] which is 10 moves with a rotation. The F move makes it less good though.
 
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Not move optimal, but for this case I have [U : [L2, R U R' U']] which is 12 moves but sexy move insertion feels nice.
Alternatively, there's [x' F : [L2, U' R' U]] which is 10 moves with a rotation. The F move makes it less good though.
[U R D R' ; [R' U R, D']] is what I used before I switched buffers. Alternative you could use [U2 ; [R B R’, F2]] but you regrip to execute B and F like U and D
 
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