Ok, the U alg has D moves but they're quite easy to execute OH.U: R2 D R' U2 R D' R' U2 R'
L: x R' U R D' R' U' R D
T: r U R' U' L' U R U'
All of them have either L or D moves
R' U2 R U (R' U' R U)2 R' U R is 15 moves, almost double the movecount. AwfulInverse of T is even worse, because of the F moves, so the best for OH is R' U2 R U (R' U' R U)2 R' U R, for T, if you don't do the Rw as L', you will have to do F moves, which is worse and for U, it is simply better to do the 2-gen alg for OH
Only if you suck at F moves. If that's the case then you just need to practice.F moves are a problem, it hinders TPS
"Easily" makes up for DOUBLE the movecount? Absolutely not.where with R and U moves, you can turn so much faster which easily makes up for the high move count.
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