since an average cfop solve is about 50 moves on average, the optimal movecount probably wont affect the solve too muchI've been training using only distance-20 scrambles from cube20.org on the theory that this is better practice than random scrambles from the various scramble generators (tnoodle, cstimer, etc.) available on line since the scrambles will all be the same (and highest) degree of difficulty possible. Am I wrong? Please tell me why.
oops,i think i gave the scramble after,my scramble was R U L B L U L R' U L B and i accidentally got a centres and edges skip after i did the first layer,which was pretty inefficient so i can't reconstructI'm sorry - I'm obviously not very good at skewb. Could you provide a spoilered solution? I don't see the easy solve here.
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