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Mirrored Cases

Do you have a problem with mirriored cases?


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Matt—

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Sometimes while watching a YouTube video I am trying to learn a f2l alg or something. Then they say “I’m not going to do the mirriored case”. Now, usually this is not a problem for intuitive f2l, but if it is an algorithmic case, it is hard to figure out the mirriored case.

Does anyone else have this problem? Or is it just me?
 

xyzzy

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Dec 24, 2015
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What I usually do is to write out the alg in its normal form first, then write down the mirrored moves and read off that.
 
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filipemtx
I can mirror it with my mind. But you have to understand the track that certain pieces make, then you just find the fingertricks to the mirrored alg and it becomes second nature. You'll only mirror it once, then put it on muscle memory.

My Left J-perm is fast as hell. I also know the mirrors of T-perm and Y-perm and use it depending on the angle

EDIT: I Also learned just one G-perm and mirrored and inversed the rest. 4 algs for the price of 1
 
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