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StachuK1992

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Ooh, I'm liking that. It feels like an expanded Roux block to me, not like Sq-1 cubeshape so much. I'm doing L and R.
Hrm.

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How many algs would that be after that step? ish.

Edit 2: this is looking nicer and nicer with each solve :p
 
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Kirjava

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It's like Sq1 in the way that it uses a 'flowcharting' based method to solve it. Unless you're doing it differently to me :)

I just had a solve where phase 2 was R2B2L2 N perm. ****'s lucky.
 

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2x2 method idea:
0) 2x1 block of the same color on left half of D face.
1) Orient remaining 6 pieces without messing up the block.
2) Finish sorting by placing the other two pieces of the D color.
3) PBL.

Step 1 can easily be done in inspection, and steps 1+2 should be reasonable. Step 1 can often be done efficiently 2gen, and step 2 always can. I kinda like the idea of pure 2gen up to PBL.
 
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