For F2L 40 i think F' L' U2 L F R U R' is best, for 41 i like the inverse R U' R' F' L' U2 L F. Lookahead isn't an issueI was on scdb and saw a few f2l algs use wide r moves to be rotationless, namely f2l 40 https://www.speedcubedb.com/a/3x3/F2L/F2L_40 and f2l 41 https://www.speedcubedb.com/a/3x3/F2L/F2L_41
are these algs worth learning and using? generally i'd do a rotation like (R U' R') d R' U' R U' (R' U' R) for f2l 40 and (R U' R') (U2 y') R' U' R U' (R' U R) for f2l 41 which can be executed pretty quick and i'm guessing is better for lookahead since i'm not used to wide r moves
Take note of the cross colour used in the reconstruction. Before scrambling, rotate the cube so that white replaces that colour.I solve on white cross only, and I have a hard time following reconstructions (on cubeDB.net) when the cross is done on other colors.
Is there a systematic way to modify the scrambles so that the proposed solutions stay the same but for white cross?
Hello. I just received a hundred mini 3x3s that I’m going to take to Malawi, Africa during a missions trip in August. I’m going to distribute them at a couple of orphanages. I need a beginners method printable tutorial that I can make lots of copies of. Preferably 1-2 pages since I’m going to make a bunch of copies. Thanks
Edit: some of the kids speak English and some don’t. So preferably something with lots of pictures
Thanks. Though, I really am suspect of that 2x2x3 average of 5. Lol. I mean those had to have been the luckiest 5 scrambles ever.
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