#### Cubing Forever

##### Member

It's a rare case. You can build them but it's a waste of movecount.Would the pairs be built like that during FB and SB? Such that one pair is at uFL and the other at uFR? Or is there something else not conveyed by the image?

btw here's a method based on CFOP and belt that I thought of last night:

Scramble: R2 U B2 F2 U' F2 D B2 F2 D' B' D B L U L' B L' D2 U'

z2 U F2 U2 L U' L' U L F' L' F L' U L //xxxcross of oriented pieces

U R' U2 R U' R f' U' f //LS+EO

R' U' R U' R' U2 R //DR

U2 R2 U R2 U S U2 S' //separation

U' R2 D R2 D' R2 D R2 D' R2//permute corners

U M' U2 M U R2 U2 R2 U2 R2 //permute a few edges

U2 S M U M' U2 S' U' //adj/adj

You'll understand it if you watch the example solve. Maybe useful for FMC if your continuations after DR are pretty good.