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Square-1 Example Solves

MTGjumper

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSNwuWjArSw


Scrambles:

1. (0,6) / (6,3) / (0,3) / (-1,1) / (-2,2) / (0,4) / (2,0) / (-2,1) / (2,0) / (0,1) / (1,0) / (0,4) / (2,4) / (4,4) / (4,0) / (0,2) / (-2,2)
2. (0,3) / (0,-3) / (-2,3) / (6,2) / (2,3) / (-4,1) / (0,4) / (-4,1) / (4,3) / (-2,2) / (6,3) / (0,3) / (-2,2) / (4,3) / (6,0) /
3. (6,2) / (0,4) / (3,0) / (-3,0) / (0,2) / (4,0) / (-4,3) / (4,1) / (0,2) / (2,0) / (6,0) / (6,3) / (0,5) / (4,1) / (2,0) / (-4,0) / (4,0) / (6,0)
4. (0,0) / (0,-3) / (-3,3) / (-2,5) / (0,4) / (3,0) / (4,0) / (3,0) / (0,4) / (0,5) / (3,0) / (1,5) / (6,1) / (-2,0) / (0,2) / (0,3) / (-4,0) / (6,1) /
5. (-2,6) / (0,3) / (-1,0) / (0,3) / (-5,2) / (0,2) / (5,0) / (-5,0) / (0,4) / (2,0) / (-1,0) / (6,0) / (0,2) / (4,1) / (6,4) / (6,2) / (6,0) / (6,0)
6. (0,2) / (0,4) / (-3,0) / (0,5) / (3,0) / (4,1) / (-4,5) / (0,1) / (-4,2) / (0,4) / (-3,4) / (6,0) / (-3,0) / (3,2) / (6,0) / (-5,0) / (-4,5) /

I was asked to do a cube shape video, but hopefully this will be better =P I did six solves instead of five because I realised I had time. I couple of times I messed up my lines (like saying edge separation instead of corner separation...) but try to ignore me, OK? I also fail at explaining when and why I do clockwise or anti-clockwise O perm, but hopefully you'll get the idea.

Also, sub-14 average on YouTube soon, hopefully =)
 
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Oh, I thought you might have gotten it from the latter part of section 3.2 of this.

Try this for O perm on D, I based it off the alg for O on top:

/(3,3)/(-1,0)/(2,2)/
(2,0)/ or (-2,0)/
(-2,-2)/(1,0)/(-3,-3)/
fix separation

It feels a lot like O on top, which is nice.

What other parities do you use? I've only heard you mention O perms.
 

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You should learn opp-H and H-opp. For srs. They are the shortest parity EPs, and are faster than O perm for me. I can't believe you only use single-layer parities, when two-layer algs are so usefull. W-U goes to adj-adj instead of U or U-U, H-W goes to U etc, etc.

Also your O perm exec is way sexier than mine, I demand further demonstration/explanation.
 
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