I might gen them at some point, there's no harm in it, especially with the batch solver.
Oops double post, can't edit and add quotes sadly.Huh I like that alg better than the one in the best 2x2 alg doc, the one that Timona sent has a small regrip between R U R' U and the sledge
Out of those, I prefer #2 the most. It's the most consistent. They are all good.Which is the best Rb Perm alg? I know these 3... please help me know which one is the least riskiest + fastest:
1) R2 F R U R U' R' F' R U2 R' U2 R (The one which i use rn)
2) R' U2 R' D' R U' R' D R U R U' R' U' R
3) R' U2 R U2 R' F R U R' U' R' F' R2 (I think this one might be better than both of the above because i lock up on this the least)
Thanks! with a bit of practice, i think the second one (RUF) might become my main algIt really depends on personal preference, what's riskier for some people is super consistent for others.
I would say in general, RUD algs are slightly riskier than RUF algs.
All 3 algs have potential to be the fastest.
Basically, choose what you can do most consistently, but keep in mind that sometimes consistency with a certain alg comes with practice (e.g RUS U perms)
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