If you regrip after the R2 and do the rest regripless, it should flow properly, with a thumb shift thing around the R' F point (if you start from neutral). The other alg is only really good for the ZBLL. Another potential alg is R U R D R' U' R D' R' U2 R' U' R U' R'. Regripless and fast.
I’ll work on it. Maybe try those algs as well.I use
R’ U R U2 L’ R’ U R U’ L
Thanks! The Sune one doesn’t work out for me though... Do you think this would work?Thumb on FR and ring finger on BR. R with my wrist, U with right index, R' with wrist, U with right middle, R with my wrist, lefty double flick U2, R' with my wrist.
For F perm, same grip, R' with my wrist, U' with left index, F' with right thumb, then T perm and cancel into F U R should flow nicely.
Thanks!I'm really impressed by your dedication to this, I feel like most people (including myself tbh) would kind of abandon this sort of project after just a week or two. Great job, and keep it up!
Why not though? I guess using it during F2L would waste the time you could have saved during LS?Yes, EJLS is worth learning but I dunno if it's better just to build straight blocks then do it in LS or whatever when you get a corner in slot F2L case. In short, learn the algs but don't use them as EJ used them.
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