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Full 1LLL

Jack314

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This is a 1LLL spreadsheet that I made (it is too big to preview online so you need to download it)

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1bfo7CTsUgzNXH4nymTvv8EtmdDj_D-Dg

It has a full 1LLL list of which approximately 2200 are algorithms people have chosen by hand before. It has 400,000+ algorithms stored in it. I am in the process of choosing my own algorithms for every LL case. It is extremely efficient. It takes me about 1 hour to find and add what I think are the best algorithms for an OLL set of 72 cases.

I have compiled a list of inverses and mirrors. I am compiling a list of all 1 to 3 htm conjugates of LL cases. There are 405 1 to 3 htm conjugates (ignoring ones which are effectively identical) and about 80,000 of these conjugates of LL cases that can be used to solve a LL case. I'll add these to the spreadsheet when I have finished.

When I have finished creating my own list of 1LLL algorithms I plan to analyse it and reduce it to as little information as possible using inverses, mirrors, conjugates and 2 1LLLs (as well as those composed of 2 1LLLs with a one move cancellation). I will then start learning it. I currently know about 150 ZBLLs/PLLs.

Let me know what you think of it and if there is anything you would like to see added to it.
 

willi pilz

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1 look last layer is probably the single coolest thing in cubing. Idk, I was really fascinated about it when I started cubing 4,5 years ago.
 

Jack314

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Update:

This is the link to a PDF with the 1LLL algorithms I've chosen and added to my 1LLL list so far (with the addition of Jabari's ZBLL algorithms and PLLs). It's got 2227 of the 3916 cases done.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1yEB6oCLhszIX4gVjqYRDAIShG53ChgoL

[Edit: Here's the link to the correct version: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1cOnS1AI33CRSd9VZwXxkBNSR7oTLmfT9 I mistakenly uploaded one of my older versions of the PDF. This one should have 2227 of the 3916 cases done. I'll leave the link to the old one here for reference.]

With my current rate of progress I should have a full 1LLL list in about 1 week. I will then look for improvements on algorithms.
 
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Loser

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Update:

This is the link to a PDF with the 1LLL algorithms I've chosen and added to my 1LLL list so far (with the addition of Jabari's ZBLL algorithms and PLLs). It's got 2227 of the 3916 cases done.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1yEB6oCLhszIX4gVjqYRDAIShG53ChgoL

[Edit: Here's the link to the correct version: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1cOnS1AI33CRSd9VZwXxkBNSR7oTLmfT9 I mistakenly uploaded one of my older versions of the PDF. This one should have 2227 of the 3916 cases done. I'll leave the link to the old one here for reference.]

With my current rate of progress I should have a full 1LLL list in about 1 week. I will then look for improvements on algorithms.
Will the rest of the algs be on that pdf or on a different one? Also this is amazing that we will have a full list of 1lll algs. I wonder when or if someone will learn them all?
 

Jack314

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I will upload a full 1LLL list PDF when I finish (which will be in about 1 week).

I will then edit the list and find improvements on algorithms. I'll then do an analyse of the list and find out which algorithms are inverses, mirrors, conjugates and 2 1LLLs (as well as those composed of 2 1LLLs with a one move cancellation). I will then post this here. I'm not sure when I'll have done this.
 

Jack314

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I've finally completed the first version of my full 1LLL list. I replaced about 100 of Jabari's ZBLL algs with algs that I considered to be better. The list needs quite a bit of small editting (i.e. replacing some r R' moves in algs with M', adding y rotations etc). My next step is to go through and time all the algs and replace the slower algs with better ones.

I'll upload a new version of my spreadsheet with my full 1LLL list later. Here is the link to the full 1LLL PDF:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1kg6pjAenI5fpNzqzzNF-xtJEy3Aj2fZv

This is a test version of an analysis of my 1LLL list when it was incomplete. This is a very rough first version. I did it just to see what it would look like. There are a few changes that I am going to make to it. Here's the link if you want to have a look at it:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=15_o1Z-4cHY16sQF0tw-qtmnfy4fCmTLS
 

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I've finally completed the first version of my full 1LLL list. I replaced about 100 of Jabari's ZBLL algs with algs that I considered to be better. The list needs quite a bit of small editting (i.e. replacing some r R' moves in algs with M', adding y rotations etc). My next step is to go through and time all the algs and replace the slower algs with better ones.

I'll upload a new version of my spreadsheet with my full 1LLL list later. Here is the link to the full 1LLL PDF:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1kg6pjAenI5fpNzqzzNF-xtJEy3Aj2fZv

This is a test version of an analysis of my 1LLL list when it was incomplete. This is a very rough first version. I did it just to see what it would look like. There are a few changes that I am going to make to it. Here's the link if you want to have a look at it:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=15_o1Z-4cHY16sQF0tw-qtmnfy4fCmTLS
This is absolutely amazing. Huge congratulations.
 

Jack314

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