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Wait I'm confused, do you do parity at the end after corners and edges, at the beginning before corners and edges, or in the middle before edges and after corners.

Wait I'm confused, do you do parity at the end after corners and edges, at the beginning before corners and edges, or in the middle before edges and after corners.

Right, OK what I do for M2/OP is D' L2 D M2 D' L2 D and that swaps UB and UL edges while correcting the M layer. Then at the end you do Ra
perm (the RUD one0 with a U' at the end for AUF and bada bing bada boom parity.

I keep getting a LL case where 2 edge pieces are flipped in their spot. As if someone took the solved cube and twisted the RY and GY edge pieces and twisted them around. Os there an alg so solve this? This is on a 3x3 and it hasn't even been taken apart before.

R' F R U' M' U2 M U' S R' F' R S' solves it directly. You can also use whatever method you'd normally use to solve the cube. Like F U R U' R' F' or f R U R' U' f' to orient edges, then continue.

You should know how to solve this yourself... Standard beginner’s EO alg, then normal LL.
But if you want to just flip those edges for some reason, everyone else has given you some good algs.

keep RY edge in front of you and do this alg: (M' U' M U' M' U' M U' M' U' M)
You should refer to OLL algsheets or ask someone in a request an alg thread instead of making a new thread.
this alg is sooooo simple but you should learn the standard one which is (r U R' U' M U R U' R')

@KingOfThePanda
Isn’t this what you’re lookin for: r U R’ U’ r’ U2 R U R U’ R2’ U2 R
I guess CuberStache and SenorJuan have algs that work also but I don’t know why you’d use those when there’s this

The wide move algs are definitely fading, here are the best imo:

Ga: R2 U R' U R' U' R U' R2 D U' R' U R D'
Gb: R' U' R U D' R2 U R' U R U' R U' R2 D
Gc: R2 U' R U' R U R' U R2 D' U R U' R' D
Gd: R U R' U' D R2 U' R U' R' U R' U R2 D'

All are held with the headlights on the left, which makes for easy recognition. Check out J Perm's video on G-Perms, as well as Brody's. They show the best fingertricks; some of the algs seem really bad without proper fingertricks. You also may have to watch both to find fingertricks for all 4 algs, iirc one of them uses a different alg for one of the cases