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So, if you visited my website anytime with in the last month or so you've probably noticed that there was a "Secret page" on there that you couldn't access without a password. Today I'm going to be announcing what is on that page.

Me and Rob Yau decided to develop this method after seeing Stefan's post about RoFL (Rotten First Layer)

So we can't take the credit for it. Me and Rob just made the algorithms for it. (Walker Welch and Jay McNeil also helped find a few algorithms)

TCLL stands for Twisty CLL

The method is just like CLL except your last corner can be twisted in any orientation and then you solve the cube in one algorithm.

Note: The two orientations are named + and -. The + set is when the corner is facing you and the - set is when the corner is facing the right.

It has 86 algorithms total. 43 for the + set and 43 for the - set.

TCLL example solves

Spoiler

This method can give you some

I've been using it for the past month or so and it has proved to be very useful. TCLL is really more of an addon method than a method to be used on it's own. I still think you would be better off learning CLL/EG-1 before this. I think this method will be targeted for the fastest 2x2 solves who want to take things to the next level.

https://cyotheking.squarespace.com/secret-page/

EDIT: I forgot to mention I haven't made algs for the - set yet. But you can just inverse algs in the meantime.

Me and Rob Yau decided to develop this method after seeing Stefan's post about RoFL (Rotten First Layer)

So we can't take the credit for it. Me and Rob just made the algorithms for it. (Walker Welch and Jay McNeil also helped find a few algorithms)

**What does TCLL stand for?**TCLL stands for Twisty CLL

**How does the method work?**The method is just like CLL except your last corner can be twisted in any orientation and then you solve the cube in one algorithm.

Note: The two orientations are named + and -. The + set is when the corner is facing you and the - set is when the corner is facing the right.

**How many algs is it?**It has 86 algorithms total. 43 for the + set and 43 for the - set.

TCLL example solves

R' F' R2 F R' U' F2 R' U'

x2 y (Canceling moves instead of doing U2 R U2 R) U2 F R F' R U

F' R U' R' U F2 R' U2 R2

y' L' U' L' F' L F U2 L' U2 L

U R' F R' U2 R F' R U'

z2 U' (Canceling moves instead of doing R U' R') R U2 R' U2 R U2 R' U

x2 y (Canceling moves instead of doing U2 R U2 R) U2 F R F' R U

F' R U' R' U F2 R' U2 R2

y' L' U' L' F' L F U2 L' U2 L

U R' F R' U2 R F' R U'

z2 U' (Canceling moves instead of doing R U' R') R U2 R' U2 R U2 R' U

This method can give you some

**ridiculously**easy solves.I've been using it for the past month or so and it has proved to be very useful. TCLL is really more of an addon method than a method to be used on it's own. I still think you would be better off learning CLL/EG-1 before this. I think this method will be targeted for the fastest 2x2 solves who want to take things to the next level.

https://cyotheking.squarespace.com/secret-page/

EDIT: I forgot to mention I haven't made algs for the - set yet. But you can just inverse algs in the meantime.

Last edited: Oct 16, 2013