Here are my splits. I'm surely slightly faster at CMLL/CPEC that it looks because it's hard to press the spacebar and execute fastly. Do you have any tips? I think my worst step is FB
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I pretty much use this. The stationary corner is easy, one corner does a U/U' which is easy too, and you just pick the 3rd depending on which one is closer (FDR for front slot, FUL for back slot).I came up with a structured system for predicting at least orientation:
So when you are doing a pair insert(excluding AUF), the insert is almost always like this:
any R move, any U move, invert first R move.
to predict CO during the 3 moves, you do this:
right before you do this move, note the corner orientation of the piece that gets moved to the D layer with the move. Let's call it the "D piece" for now.
when you do this move, 2 pieces will be moved onto the R face. With those 2 piece's orientations, along with the D piece's orientation you should be able to predict the case it is(you will have to know where the last move will place the D piece).
3.Invert first R move
Immediately after this move, do an AUF to recognize the CMLL case(you should already know what CO case it is, so this should be quick.)
any feedback? If you guys like it, I have a variant of this way to predict the A case AUF's fairly well(its pretty hard to predict how to AUF), and I'll post it if you want.
do more OH rouxers use index-ring or index-pinky?
When you guys say index do you mean the 4th (ring) finger?index-pinky for F2B and CMLL
index-ring for LSE
Oh never mind ignore me i thought that they were talking about M2 double flicks.I'm pretty sure they have the same definition of index and they refer to U moves.
So the roux community should try to attract some newer solvers, should we make a video describing Roux in terms that LBL people could understand? Originally, I thought that "inventing" a new beginner method might be easier (corners first but instead or <R E> its <M U>), but maybe a transition could be better.sorry for bump, but this thread is kind of eternal anyway.
I think that for teaching beginners(to roux at least) blockbuilding, I think this page may be helpful.
One thing that roux does not have is a transition from beginner's method, a tutorial for people that have juuust mastered beginners and are trying to learn how to be a bit faster. Any ideas?
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