His conclusion is actually what my own logic is telling me to think. I honestly can't figure out why yau is so much better for me on 6x6/7x7 (and no, it's not just because I've practiced it more now. My first couple days of using yau on each of those cubes were enough to break my redux PB's, and I wasn't exactly comfortable with the yauL4C yet at that time)video
We need movecounts yo.Who knows?
The method is still rather young... My best single is 57 and my best avg of 5 is 1:03. I'm willing to believe that it's possible to average under a minute with it. I just need to turn faster... (easier said than done)
Have some yau5 numbersWe need movecounts yo.
I will do a few solves with each and compare movecounts, but obviously yau5 isn't my main method so it won't represent the method that well.
Maybe he actually uses yau5 for 444...I doubt it though^But it's not the same method, that's why I called it something different.
Ok that's really good, I was getting around 250 for yau5 and 230 for redux (1:30 avg)Have some yau5 numbers
total = 214
total = 219
total = 214
total = 223
total = 193
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