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[Unofficial] Rubik's cube Executing all 21 PLL algorithms (36.91 sec) by JL

joshuali

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But in a real solve, most people don't skip those, that's why I said "essential" AUFs.
Just pretend that when he was doing the solve the PLL was already lined up in such a way that when he does the alg he did in this video it comes out to be solved with no AUF needed.
do you think sub-70 for OH pll attack is possible?
 

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But in a real solve, most people don't skip those, that's why I said "essential" AUFs.
Just pretend that when he was doing the solve the PLL was already lined up in such a way that when he does the alg he did in this video it comes out to be solved with no AUF needed.
do you think sub-70 for OH pll attack is possible?
Yes.
I can do it sub-80 and I have seen one of the Japanese do it in 73. For my own I know there is plenty of room for improvement. I averaged like 3.7 per alg seeing as how if I time algs individually I can pretty much always get sub-3. I would say sub-60 might even be possible.
 

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oh lofty, you are far too good...
i can barely get sub 60 on 2h... although to be fair everytime i try i always get a 6 piece POP or something. lol the last time i managed to pop an entire face off...
 

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But in a real solve, most people don't skip those, that's why I said "essential" AUFs.
well even for algs that have "essential" AUFs, they arent always the same turn. I assume you are talking about J, R, F, Z and the other ones that end with a U-turn. if you do not AUF before solving the PLL, then the AUF on these may not even be neccesary. Traditionally, AUFs are not counted as part of the alg.
 
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