That theory completely ignores recognition, which is kind of important during the F2L.... but, ZZ isn't just (theoretically) faster because of the LL. F2L uses a similar number of moves, but is done using 3-gen algs and no rotations ... so should (in theory) be faster.
This is indeed an important issue in ZZF2L, and something that you need to address if you're serious about ZZ. I've had quite a few comments from folks finding this an issue. I myself used to spend quite a bit of time looking at D and B .. you only need to ask EscherFinding the three pieces needed to make the first part of the first F2L block is a tough recognition.
It'll be stiff when it's new but you'll just have to lube and work it in. I was fortunate enough to buy a super loose used one that is really good.whats it like brand new?i think i'm going to get QJ
im willing to break it inIt'll be stiff when it's new but you'll just have to lube and work it in. I was fortunate enough to buy a super loose used one that is really good.whats it like brand new?i think i'm going to get QJ
Odder said he used a QJ for the world record so it can't be that bad.
I think he means permute all edges and orient the remaining unoriented ones. Just check how many ELL cases there are for 2 edges oriented.
Lol just cram the straw in a crack and spray away. My QJ is loose enough that I can pop an edge out easily but most aren't.if soe one made a vid it wouldnt be hard for people that are new to pyraminx(i.e. me)
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