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Yes. Why wouldn’t you? From what we’ve seen of the mechanism it’s exactly the same functionality-wise, it just has magnets and is not called the same thing.

Reviving this thread because I developed a subset for the second layer+LL of redi cube. It's called RSLE (couldn't think of a good name). There is an explanation on the document but basically the algs are used to solve the last edge of the second layer while simultaneously solving the whole cube.

Reviving this thread because I developed a subset for the second layer+LL of redi cube. It's called RSLE (couldn't think of a good name). There is an explanation on the document but basically the algs are used to solve the last edge of the second layer while simultaneously solving the whole cube.

That’s really neat! When I get a Redi Cube (hopefully the new Yuxin one) I’ll definitely try this out! It doesn’t seem too hard to learn. Do you know how many more algs there would be? As you said, this is not necessarily all of them. Or is it? I have no idea.

That’s really neat! When I get a Redi Cube (hopefully the new Yuxin one) I’ll definitely try this out! It doesn’t seem too hard to learn. Do you know how many more algs there would be? As you said, this is not necessarily all of them. Or is it? I have no idea.

Yeah so there are probably A LOT of more Algs, but I just picked some easily recognizable cases. Maybe if this gets good feedback I could make this a whole algset

What is the notation for the Redi Cube in the weekly competition? This is a quick, one-answer question, but I would like to know so that I can compete in it. Please answer ASAP!

What is the notation for the Redi Cube in the weekly competition? This is a quick, one-answer question, but I would like to know so that I can compete in it. Please answer ASAP!

Hold the cube with white top, green front-left, red front-right. Uppercase F, R, B, L are turns of the top corners, while lowercase f, r, b, l are turns of the bottom corners.

Hold the cube with white top, green front-left, red front-right. Uppercase F, R, B, L are turns of the top corners, while lowercase f, r, b, l are turns of the bottom corners.

The notation was originally used for skewb, yes, but note that it's not the same as the WCA notation for skewb! WCA skewb scramble notation uses only four corners, not eight; they also label those four moves differently from the rubikskewb notation.

If you're confused, just forget about any relation this has to skewb and treat it as a Redi Cube-specific scramble notation.

(Also, if you see scrambles using the LRx notation (the Moyu notation), the "L" and "R" there have different meanings from rubikskewb too. ("L" in Moyu notation = "L" in rubikskewb and "R" in Moyu notation = "F" in rubikskewb.) Those scrambles are Bad and you should use scrambles generated with my scrambler instead. (See some earlier page(s) of this thread for a link.))