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[Unofficial] Maskow: 3x3 BLD 16.77

Maskow

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sub20 are too common to upload them but 16.xx are still rare enough ;)
BTW. my PB and UWR is 16.29 (it's on my channel)

Scramble:
R2 D R' B2 D' L' B' U F2 L R2 F U2 L B' D' U' B2 F2 R D U' F2 R

Solution:
x' U' L D' L' U L D L' x [8]
L D' L' U' L D L' U [8]
F' D' R U2 R' D R U2 R' F [10]

U R' (U l' U' L U M U' L' U L U') R U' [16]
R (U L' U' L U M' U' L' U l U') R' [14]
U' R2 U M' U' R2 U M [10]
D (M' U L' U' M U L U') D' [12]
U L U' M2 U L' U' M2 [10]


memo: 6.43
solve: 10.34

moves: 88
TPS: 8.51

My memo:
edges: Singed - Geodude - cynical - half - hangover
corners: y+ *3 -d
 
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Amazing solve.

Can you explain what's going on with your corner memo?
That corner memo is Maskow's big secret to being fast. It's kinda like Faz and zeroing. Maskow is actually a robot. He takes mental pictures of the cube. If you are familiar with C++ programming, his memo is like a pointer. It basically tells his processor where to look in the hard drive to retrieve the corner location. Though it uses some weird encoding and so its a string and not a hex value.
 

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That corner memo is Maskow's big secret to being fast. It's kinda like Faz and zeroing. Maskow is actually a robot. He takes mental pictures of the cube. If you are familiar with C++ programming, his memo is like a pointer. It basically tells his processor where to look in the hard drive to retrieve the corner location. Though it uses some weird encoding and so its a string and not a hex value.
OH MY GOD ILLUMINATI CONFIRMED!

But really, I'd like to know that corner memo.
 

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