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TCLL - 2x2 Method

cyoubx

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Yeah, but I think he means why put "State" when you can put "World"? It's like I can say, "I can solve a 3x3 in less than 10 minutes!" I mean, it's impressive enough to people who can't solve it at all but...
Tophu's just a modest feller.

On topic: TCLL is a nice name ;)
 

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I feel so special for knowing about this for the past month. :)
I feel special for helping generate algs for it! :3

Yeah, but I think he means why put "State" when you can put "World"? It's like I can say, "I can solve a 3x3 in less than 10 minutes!" I mean, it's impressive enough to people who can't solve it at all but...
Because he just likes to rub State Records in my face! :p
 

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TCLL New 2x2 Method.

I feel so special for knowing about this for the past month. :)
Hahahaha me too XD. But it's a really cool idea.. Something I never would have thought of.

Well, let's be fair, there are probably some other state records he holds. Such as:

Fastest Wasian cuber
Fastest Cubing Photographer
Laziest WR holder (he can't even be bothered to buy another stackmat timer)

To just name a few :D
Hahaha too cheap to spend $30 on a GEN 2 Timer and mat deal I found him for $30 XD
 
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Rubiks560

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Oh good, you finally fixed the spaceship set. Though "Yeah, I know I'm missing an al here. I'll get around to it. " isn't very nice to see, especially considering 'alg' has a 'g' in it. :p
Yeah I know...I'm just that lazy.

iirc Justin showed me this in 2011, I like your name for it though.
Like I said, we didn't create it. We just finished developing it.
 

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Turtle. The algs aren't that bad though, in fact they're pretty good.

edit: Pinwheel is really nice. Recognition and the algs are good.
 
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Dapianokid

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AUF/AUD + these algs + all of EG + a few extras = algs for the entire cube. You've done it, sirs.
 

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Me and Rob Yau decided to develop this method after seeing Stefan's post about RoFL (Rotten First Layer)
Wow, I had no idea anybody was taking it any seriously. And I almost ignored+missed this thread :D

How do you pronounce TCLL? Like "tickle"?

Why did you choose these two cases, though? At least from my phase 2 stats, the cases where two adjacent corners are twisted in the same direction look even better. Is it because phase 1 looks nicer? I guess that also explains why Justin thought of that version if he did.
 

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Needs U2 before the alg
Yeah, I still need to add all the pre AUF stuff.

Wow, I had no idea anybody was taking it any seriously. And I almost ignored+missed this thread :D

How do you pronounce TCLL? Like "tickle"?

Why did you choose these two cases, though? At least from my phase 2 stats, the cases where two adjacent corners are twisted in the same direction look even better. Is it because phase 1 looks nicer? I guess that also explains why Justin thought of that version if he did.
I just pronounce it as "Tee-CLL" haha.

We originally started by looking at the cases where the two adjacent corners were facing opposite and same directions but then we decided to just do these first.
I don't really remember why to be honest. I think I just thought this might be more useful. I plan on generating algorithms for both of those sets too, at some point.
 

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