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Practicing on a mini cube

BenChristman1

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I’m confused. Why would the LL be 2 gen?
I don’t know exactly how it works, but basically as long as edge orientation and corner permutation are done, then the last layer can be solved with only R and U moves. 2GLL is a ZBLL subset. It’s all the cases that have corner permutation done, therefore all of those algs are RU.
 

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I've a lot of fun practicing on a mini 42 mm zhanchi. Do you think this helps with efficiency? The idea being I am forced to be move efficient and I can work on my turn speed later.
Its always tough to do a lot of fingertricks on mini cubes. I always prefer cube of ideal solves, for my CFOP, Roux or 3-style solves.
 
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