You memo corners first, and if parity then memo and solve the UB and UL wings into swapped positions. The benefit is less with 4BLD though, as although you can avoid solving PLL parity during corners, wing parity is independent and more expensive to solve.???
5BLD I imagine to memo midges first, but then you don't know if you have to memo the swap.But my main issue, memoing a swap on 4BLD?
How does that even work?
Is it obvious? I use R' U' setup.The optimal is obviously [U' R' U, L'].
Do you mean you want to create your own list yourself from scratch, instead of using other people's lists?[...]
After watching Jake Klassen's video on his opinion of intermediate methods, I decided to entirely do 3 style by myself.
Can anyone maybe give me their opinion on this or give me some advice?
Oh yes that one is also nice. I figured the other one out myself from a different angle or something, then saw it on someone's list.Is it obvious? I use R' U' setup.
This sounds like advice for when I want to optimalize my comms, right? Or did you mean for now? Because I am still confused about whether thisIf you don't mind using other lists, I'd recommend going through each case one at a time as follows. Try and find something good, then check out a few lists to see if there is anything nicer that you missed. If you find something nicer in a list, but it's "too complicated" (you don't feel comfortable with following or understanding it, or whatever) at this stage, then just leave that case blank and move to the next one. If you find something nice, yourself or on a list, then put it in your list. Once finished, go through all the blanks again after a break. You'll probably find some of the "too complicated" algs more reasonable by now, and might even discover them on your own. Repeat. (This process could take a few days or a few months, doesn't really matter.)
is fine for while I do your suggested plan? ThanksThe thing is, I basically setup one of my targets of the letter pair to either UBL, UBR, UFL and then do the optimal comm for that cycle
I guess I kind of meant for optimizing your list right from the start.This sounds like advice for when I want to optimalize my comms, right? Or did you mean for now? Because I am still confused about whether this
is fine for while I do your suggested plan? Thanks
Thanks, I have considered M2 in the past but I don't really like the idea that much, and if I don't use a method that I don't enjoy using, the whole event just becomes a struggle to improve and just robotically doing things, whereas with a method I enjoy, it's actually fun and I feel like I'm actually putting the effort I want to put in. The same thing happened to me with CFOP and Roux. Either way, thanks, and also sorry if some parts are incoherent since I come from Romania and also I'm but a mere child.I have no experience with Turbo but IMO I would recommend M2 for edges. It takes less moves than OP edges. OP edges are quite easy to understand.. maybe continue using it until you grasp how the method works. Then I would advise stay with OP corners and use M2 edges. J perm has a tutorial on it on YouTube.
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