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I'm not sure if I am the only one that uses Lazy M2, but I thought of it independently and on my own...

The basic idea is, that I use letter pairs to memorise, and I do set-ups before set of 2 targets. I also use my own plug-in called M', which I will teach you later. Because of that I didn't have to learn any algs. For example, if I get

Well, I thought, if it is possible to do M2 interchange algorithm with UB target, why couldn't I just do M' interchange with FU target? The only problem is that you have to do M for your next target, but it's not that hard to get used to.

So whenever I have FU in my pair of targets, I use that M' plug-in.

If you use the two tricks that I mentioned above together, the method is really tasty. I've used it for couple of months now, and I think it's not that bad . I will give you example solve, using these methods together, the "big" set ups marked red and "small" set ups marked blue.

Scramble : U2 L' D' B' U D L D F R2 B2 L2 U' F2 U' L2 U' D L2 B2

We need to break to a new cycle in that one.

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Please let me know what you think about my method, which I found really cool and really wanted to share it. I am sorry if you had any problems with my english, I am not native, so forgive me any mistakes please . Feel free to ask me any questions.

**Set-ups to avoid algorithms**The basic idea is, that I use letter pairs to memorise, and I do set-ups before set of 2 targets. I also use my own plug-in called M', which I will teach you later. Because of that I didn't have to learn any algs. For example, if I get

**DB**edge to solve, I just do B2 and it becomes**UB**edge. Then I solve 2 targets, thinking of I am solving UB edge, and after 2 targets I undo the set up and move on next letter pair. In some cases I have to think of better set up... E.g. if I get**DB -> UB**, I do single B move and trace it as**RB -> LB****My M' plug-in**Well, I thought, if it is possible to do M2 interchange algorithm with UB target, why couldn't I just do M' interchange with FU target? The only problem is that you have to do M for your next target, but it's not that hard to get used to.

So whenever I have FU in my pair of targets, I use that M' plug-in.

**Example solve**If you use the two tricks that I mentioned above together, the method is really tasty. I've used it for couple of months now, and I think it's not that bad . I will give you example solve, using these methods together, the "big" set ups marked red and "small" set ups marked blue.

Scramble : U2 L' D' B' U D L D F R2 B2 L2 U' F2 U' L2 U' D L2 B2

We need to break to a new cycle in that one.

UB->RU: M2 B' R B M2 B' R' B (classic M2 solution)

RD->BD: B2 U2 U' R2 U M' U' R2 U M U2 B2 (set-up to FU and use M' method)

FR->LU: U' R' F R F' M' F R' F' R M U (the same M' thing)

LF->UF: U2 B L2 B' M2 B L2 B' M2 U2 (set-up to UB and M2 solution)

LB->BR: L' B L B' M2 B L' B' L ! U R' U' M2 U R U' (classic M2)

LD->UB: B L B' M2 B L' B' M2 (classic M2)

RD->BD: B2 U2 U' R2 U M' U' R2 U M U2 B2 (set-up to FU and use M' method)

FR->LU: U' R' F R F' M' F R' F' R M U (the same M' thing)

LF->UF: U2 B L2 B' M2 B L2 B' M2 U2 (set-up to UB and M2 solution)

LB->BR: L' B L B' M2 B L' B' L ! U R' U' M2 U R U' (classic M2)

LD->UB: B L B' M2 B L' B' M2 (classic M2)

**Tips**- Quick trick: Look what
**M' U2 M U2**and**U2 M' U2 M**solve and feel free to experiment with it while solving - This method is pretty usable for
**4BLD wings**too. You just have to use some creative set-up for FD. I usually just do l' U2 and set it up to UB, but not in every case. - If parity, I add UB target to my edge memo, and URB target to corner memo. Then the parity alg is y L2 (T-Perm) L2. This parity is good, because solving order doesn't matter, so I use it for single and multi too you can use any parity you want though.

Please let me know what you think about my method, which I found really cool and really wanted to share it. I am sorry if you had any problems with my english, I am not native, so forgive me any mistakes please . Feel free to ask me any questions.