I find the first approach works best as it allows me to write down all possible commutators while working trough my solution.
I will only execute the (best) commutator after checking the full skeleton, never during.
For identifying the best commutators I only glance at the start and end move, if it doesn't cancel anything I move further trough the skeleton.
(I do write down the very first 8-mover even if it does not cancel, just in case there is nothing better.)
If in normal scramble I have n bad edges I have same n bad edges in the inverse scramble right?
Which competition? Information available in the WCA site? I'd like to go if possible!
I see. When it becomes reality I want to participate it!Ha, ha,
That competition exists for 3 years now.... in Erik's head.
But I really hope he's going to organize that comp some time.
Do you already know were Twente is located?
It's the area were Erik and I grew up (with 25 years in between)
thank you for answer... I often get confused about premoves... because I don't really get the logic behind them at all...
Why do the things you've done forward appear in the inverse and vice versa? Also, since at least some of the pieces are predictable, is there a way to predict the entire cube layout before you NISS?
35-move linear FMC: D' R' U' F2 U F' D B2 R F2 D L' F' B2 U' D F D' U R B D2 R L D'
R' B U B' U'
D B' D2 B2 D2 B'
D' F D F' D L D L'
D2 F D F2 R F R'
B R F' R' B' R F R' D
Learned something new about premoves today:
Premoves can lower the optimal movecount for a specific block
I thought they would typically cancel out...
On the weekly 46 scramble my 2x2x3 block incl its 2 premoves is 1 HTM shorter than all possible optimal 2x2x3 blocks on the normal scramble
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