Yes.Hmm... it sounds like it could use an "ed" on the end. Anybody else?Something random popped out: Should the Blindfold Cubing section actually be named Blindfolded Cubing? Since 'blindfold cubing' sorta gives me the impression of a blindfold solving a cube..
I assume you solve edges before corners. You can always solve parity while finishing edges, but you have to be careful about corner orientation: either you keep track of it or you perform your parity fix on two already oriented corners.Hey guys.
If I have parity during BLD (OP), would anything mess up if I fixed it when I finish executing the edges?
The V-6 has exactly the same mechanism as the V-7, except the middle layer is hidden. Without the inner pieces the cube wouldn't hold together, like a 3x3x3 doesn't if you take the core and edges out.I would get black, those are limited time. If you want, later get black.
Question: Why does the Vcube 6 need inner pieces? Whats wrong with the outside peices?
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