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The shortest 2x2 PBL algs are the 3 with D-Layer corners that still need permuting (3 & 7 moves).

That got me thinking...

Has one documented how 3x3 PLL algs would be different (shorter?) if Corner-Edge pairs were put in "incorrect" slots during F2L?

for example:

instead of a J-Perm(a): y R' U L' U2 R U' R' U2 R L (10 htm)

this shorter alg could be used to permute the LL while swapping FL and BR diagonal slots

y' R' U r' F2 R F' r (7 htm)

thanks,

-= Solvador Cubi

That got me thinking...

Has one documented how 3x3 PLL algs would be different (shorter?) if Corner-Edge pairs were put in "incorrect" slots during F2L?

for example:

instead of a J-Perm(a): y R' U L' U2 R U' R' U2 R L (10 htm)

this shorter alg could be used to permute the LL while swapping FL and BR diagonal slots

y' R' U r' F2 R F' r (7 htm)

thanks,

-= Solvador Cubi