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Nothing new. Just cool executions for [U' : M2 , R] and its inverse [R , U' : M2]. Now,

A = U' Rw M' R' U (= U' M2 U). This can be done in two "clicks": (U' Rw) (M' R' U).
B = R U' Rw M' R' U R' (= R U' M2 U R'). This can also be done in two "clicks": (R U' Rw) (M' R' U R').

Notice that [U' : M2 , R] = A B and [R, U' : M2] = B A. Very fun to execute :)
 

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The supercube-safe version of this is a 10-mover.

F' R U' M' U2 M U' R' F
Performed as (F' R U' M') (U2 Rw' R U' R' F). The M' can be done as Rw R' for a smoother flow.

(Inverse) F' R U M' U2 M U R' F
Not as smooth. Index-middle for last two moves helps.

(Different angle) U' R' F M F2 M' F R U
Performed as (U' Lw' U R) (Rw' U2 M') (U Lw U).

(Inverse) U' R' F' M F2 M' F' R U
Performed as (U' Lw' U' R) (Rw' U2 M') (U' Lw U).

Of course, the inverses can be completely avoided with a cube rotation :) There are 12 BH cases for this.

Edit: Nice mirror: F R U M' U2 M U R' F'.
 
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a different Y pochmann algorithm twisting edges Rw2 U2 R' F R U2 Rw2 F L F' L'
 

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Don't know if this has been posted before:

T-perm: (RUR'U') (R'F R2 U' R'U'RUR'F')
pseudo Y-perm: (R'F R2 U' R'U'RUR'F') (RUR'U')

I switched to this recently for old Pochmann corners.

Edit: Another fun way to shoot to BU:

z' (RUR' F L'UL) E (L'U'L F' R U'R') E z
 
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Two corners and two edges swap for 555

J perm: Rw' U' R U r U' R' U R2 U R' U' r U r' F' Rw U Rw' U' Rw' F Rw2 U' Rw' U'
T perm: Rw' U' R U r U' R' U R2 U R' U' r U r' U' Rw' F Rw2 U' Rw' U' Rw U Rw' F'

Just 2 simple ELL comms cancelled into a fat PLL :)
 
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Two corners and two edges swap for 555

T perm: Rw' U' R U r U' R' U R2 U R' U' r U r' F' Rw U Rw' U' Rw' F Rw2 U' Rw' U'
J perm: Rw' U' R U r U' R' U R2 U R' U' r U r' U' Rw' F Rw2 U' Rw' U' Rw U Rw' F'

Just 2 simple ELL comms cancelled into a fat PLL :)
Can you create a Y perm version for me? (Or should I just setup it J perm.)
 

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Yeah just set it up to J perm :) (But that's essentially what the standard Y perm is. Y, J, T are related to other)

F Rw U' Rw' U' Rw U Rw' F' Rw' U' R U r U' R' U R2 U R' U' r U r' U' Rw' F Rw F'
 

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Normal M2 parity involves swapping UB DF and UBL UBR. I believe that most people do F2 y' T perm y F2.
However, has anybody thought of using U Lw R U2 Rw' U' Rw U2 Lw' U R' U2?
Seems much much faster to me
 

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Wow, noone has found any algs since I last posted a bld parity. Anyway, I had a random thought today about bld parity with edge flip of DF UB. I think maybe most people do something like (F U L') T Perm (L U' F'). Or even sillier (F2 y T Perm y' F2)(F2 flip UF and UB F2).
Enough blurb, here's the alg I think I would be switching to if I still did bld: U F2 Lw' U' R U2 L' U R' U' Rw R Uw'
I know it's pretty crazy, but I can do it fast. I'll make video to show how to execute these random parities soon
 

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Wow, noone has found any algs since I last posted a bld parity. Anyway, I had a random thought today about bld parity with edge flip of DF UB. I think maybe most people do something like (F U L') T Perm (L U' F'). Or even sillier (F2 y T Perm y' F2)(F2 flip UF and UB F2).
Enough blurb, here's the alg I think I would be switching to if I still did bld: U F2 Lw' U' R U2 L' U R' U' Rw R Uw'
I know it's pretty crazy, but I can do it fast. I'll make video to show how to execute these random parities soon
what do you think of U RW into a Jperm (UrUR’F’RUR’U’R’FR2U’R’U'MU')?
from my perspective it saves a rotation and uses a very drilled alg.
Is that a common parity situation?

Ages ago I used to have a nice T-perm + edge flip for classic pochmann... I think this was it.
(U R U' R') (F' U F) (l U' R U (R'l'))
I use that backwards except I start with an x' instead of (lR)
 

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Is that a common parity situation?

Ages ago I used to have a nice T-perm + edge flip for classic pochmann... I think this was it.
(U R U' R') (F' U F) (l U' R U (R'l'))
Yes I thought there might be a T Perm edge flip alg out there somewhere, but that still requires F2 setup and a rotation/extra AUFs so I'm not yet sure which one is better

what do you think of U RW into a Jperm (UrUR’F’RUR’U’R’FR2U’R’U'MU')?
from my perspective it saves a rotation and uses a very drilled alg.
My alg is just a U R' into a J perm (R U2 R' U' R U2 L' U R' U' L'). Different J perm because it's the one I normally use. I didn't think of doing U Rw setup to avoid a slightly awkward rotation so thanks for that.
 

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Enough blurb, here's the alg I think I would be switching to if I still did bld: U F2 Lw' U' R U2 L' U R' U' Rw R Uw'
I would use y L2 (R Lw U' R' U Lw' F' U' F R U R' U') L2 y' (adapted alg from Aron's 22LL page).
I don't use it because my buffer is UF and because I solve parities with OP remembering swapped egdes in a wrong way.
 
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