# G Permutation Recognition

#### dPod121

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This is a little diagram I made for people who have trouble recognizing which G permutation to use:

Permutation pictures are from the speedsolving wiki

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#### chris410

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I made something similar except I only used the block and the edge movement, I removed the corners since you can recognize the G perms with the block/edge pairs.

Nice diagram though!

#### FatBoyXPC

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I suggest renaming your PLLs to match the wiki, to avoid confusion. A lot of people still refer to G perms as to where the block is, if headlights is on L.

Ga = F block
Gb = RB block (block on R, pointing to B)
Gc = B block
Gd = RF Block (block on R, pointing to F)

Yours are in this order: Ga, Gd, Gb, Gc.

Of course you can label them whatever you want, but my suggestion is to prevent confusion later since the Wiki has them labeled as such.

G(a) perm

G(b) perm

G(c) perm

G(d) perm

#### dPod121

##### Member
I suggest renaming your PLLs to match the wiki, to avoid confusion. A lot of people still refer to G perms as to where the block is, if headlights is on L.

Ga = F block
Gb = RB block (block on R, pointing to B)
Gc = B block
Gd = RF Block (block on R, pointing to F)

Yours are in this order: Ga, Gd, Gb, Gc.

Of course you can label them whatever you want, but my suggestion is to prevent confusion later since the Wiki has them labeled as such.
The reason I did it in the Ga, Gd, Gb, Gc order was because if you look a the 2x1x1 block, it will cycle around from the FR to the BR. In the Ga, Gb, Gc, Gd order, as you said the 2x1x1 block goes from F to RB to B to RF with doesn't make as much sense as just having the block cycle around counter-clockwise.

I'll just rename the positions instead of a, b, c, and d to "position 1", "position 2", ect. to avoid confusion

#### Aman

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Thank you so much.... I have learned every other PLL, but now I think that I will be able to do all of them.

#### MCRcuber

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This is a little diagram I made for people who have trouble recognizing which G permutation to use:

Permutation pictures are from the speedsolving wiki
dPod I LOVE you now for making that diagram. Thanks man.

Mitch

#### sa11297

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but how to recognize it from looking at only two sides, everytime?

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