- Oct 6, 2013
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Yes it is one variant of the lambda algs.Is that a lambda?
I know it. It is good algs. I learned about them from the site - http://lubixcube.com/CMLL.htmlF R U R' U' F', (F R U R' U' F') x2, (F R U R' U' F') x3 instead of your algs is the standard way. obviously the F and F' cancel.
nice, you can learn both so you can recognize and execute the alg without auf.Note for the LCase alg on http://lubixcube.com/CMLL.html
For the LCase you can use the back alg for Blinkers (i.e. F R' F' R U R U' R').
For example do the Blinkers alg (R U R' U' R' F R F') on the solved cube => We get LCase. Now do back alg (F R' F' R U R U' R') for get the solved cube.
Yes it is Greek letter - λNah, I was just wondering if it was the Greek letter.
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