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Also, how exactly did you come up with the method? I might put a history section in.
When PapaSmurf told you in your quest for sub-8 petrus that you should do your 223 in the back, I thought he meant to do something like this, by putting in the cross edge with F2. But when I critiqued you, you were a little confused, so I realised it wasn't the case. So, I decided to propose this here, without putting in the cross edge with F2.
 

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I propose calling the "F2L" step for Petrus-W "L2P", for Last 2 Pairs. The reason is that the first 2 layers are never actually completed, since the DF edge remains mispermuted until the final step. Also, how many algs to do COLL+L5EP in one step? If it were similar to ZBLL, it'd remove the downside of having to always 2-look, even at advanced levels.
 
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I propose calling the "F2L" step for Petrus-W "L2P", for Last 2 Pairs. The reason is that the first 2 layers are never actually completed, since the DF edge remains mispermuted until the final step. Also, how many algs to do COLL+L5EP in one step? If it were similar to ZBLL, it'd remove the downside of having to always 2-look, even at advanced levels.
It would be over 1000
 

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When PapaSmurf told you in your quest for sub-8 petrus that you should do your 223 in the back, I thought he meant to do something like this, by putting in the cross edge with F2. But when I critiqued you, you were a little confused, so I realised it wasn't the case. So, I decided to propose this here, without putting in the cross edge with F2.
You can get around F2 moves.
 

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What do you want? L5E with DF or DB unsolved?
DF is unsolved, but what I mean is that if DF is in the U layer, then it should be facing the front(for easier recognition). Think of it like when you're learning the Pi cases for ZBLL: you don't want some of the cases to have the headlights in the back, some in the front, some on the right, etc. You want them all AUFed the same.
 

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