I think I was reading this incorrectly. Originally, I thought you were suggesting a "find the opposite colors yourself" recognition. Now I see that you were describing how you were understanding it.I try to make a ruleset out of this (it seems to be more deterministic(easy) than I first believed):
1. identify the L/R case (white/yellow), there are 23 cases
2a. There are two corners with yellow stickers, these corners have 2 colors in common (one is yellow) -> ignore this
2b. The remainig two stickers on the yellow corners are always opposite colors. -> these are the first two stickers of the second pattern
3a+b. Just the same as step 2 to get the next two stickers for the second pattern.
4. the second patter is again one of the 23 cases and the combination tells me the alg.
my considerations (?):
a) the 23 cases are the same for both steps in theory, but in practise I memoryse pattern 1 as two set of stickers of the same color, while I have to identify pattern 2 as set of opposite colored stickers
b) there are only 42 pattern combos, but they can be combined in one of two orders.
I think you're switching for the wrong reasons.Switching methods is so difficult I just switched to Roux and K4 from the crappy standard CFOP and Yaudux (which is ok), so what do you guys think is the standard time to get as fast/proficient with a new method as with your old?
That isn't why I'm switching, I'm fast with Yaudux and CFOP but I don't enjoy solving with them it's somewhat autonomous whereas I find my new 2 methods require some thought and I find them more fun to solve with, roux got me back into 3x3 as K4 got me back into 4x4I think you're switching for the wrong reasons.
Heh, that was cool.Had a weird solve, trying linear fewest moves. Double extended cross after 17 moves, and funnily the last two (adjacent) pairs were already solved, except in the wrong slots. Usually I'd swap them with [F U' L : U2], but I noticed the 6-moves OLL so did OLL before F2L. And then I ended up with an F perm "right on top" of the two wrong F2L pairs, so I set up the rest to be solved by a U2 turn:
f R U R' U' f'
[L D F' R2 F R' : U2]
How many "steps"/looks do you use for first layer, I need at least 3 looks wich is still to much as I believe.Bump?
This L2L4 stuff is getting to my head.
First layer average solve times
Average of 5: 8.98
In fact I tried to understand how your "NMCMLL Version 3" could work (still no idea, but I'm very interessted)I think I was reading this incorrectly. Originally, I thought you were suggesting a "find the opposite colors yourself" recognition. Now I see that you were describing how you were understanding it.
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