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Question for people who can sub-2 OH H-perms? (:

frogmanson

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Is anyone able to sub-2 with this alg? I average 2.2-2.3s for this alg and not sure if I can make it to sub-2
L R U'2 r' R' u' U' R2 U D

This is the other popular OH H-perm and most people sub-2 with this alg (that I know of)
R2 U'2 R U'2 R2 U'2 R2 U'2 R U'2 R2

Is there a R2 trigger used, or a U'2 trigger used? Or no trigger at all perhaps?

To anybody that's going to answer, could you possibly state which finger you use for the R turns (pinky/ring)? (Personally I use pinky :D)

Please and thank you :D.
 

frogmanson

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Really? Are you a ring finger user? (for R, R2). R2 trigger is pretty awkward more than once for pinky users, at least for me.
 
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For R I use pinky. And R2 is pinky+ring. Multiple R2s are awkward but they are separated by the U turns. I don't do those U2 triggers. They are just individual U' turns. My hand is small.
 

frogmanson

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Thanks Weston.

Sorry if I'm sounding stupid right now.. but what's a trigger?
Hmm, trigger in the context I used it, I'm not even sure I used it correctly; I've just heard people calling it U'2 and R2 "triggers" when talking about one-hand. In the context I was using it, trigger means to do U'2 with two fingers in one motion or R2 with two fingers in one motion.

I have a vague definition of what trigger means, I read it somewhere when I first started cubing; It's something like (R U R' U) that you can do quickly. I'm not really too familiar with the definition actually xD, trigger is used less often nowadays.
 
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