I think he might be talking about just the cross on left, not the whole F2L.Building F2L with the cross on left is actually used in competition by some fast cubers, in fact =)
I didn't doubt, but linkied if interested =3I think he might be talking about just the cross on left, not the whole F2L.
There's nothing wrong with doing cross on the L face, then doing a z' to get it on the D face. Some crosses are great for solving on non-D faces.
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