Yes. both the K4 and the Stadler methods are good for people that use Roux.Oh, sorry.
No, roux is not a very good method at all on big cubes. I do not know of alot of methods for 4x4, but you could look at K4, which I believe might be a little similar to Roux, but using individual layers, and not 2 at a time. Or look at centers last.
I'd even go as far to say that it's equal to K4, if not better.
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