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[Help Thread] The "Square-1 Help / Alg Sharing" thread

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Been meaning to do this for a while. After (parity) cubeshape, I do block on DL (cece), corners, edges. I've not put a lot of effort into being good at this, but it's fun. Anyway, I made algs for L6C, might be useful for someone and I actually plan to finish learning them before next comp. Can possibly do more in this step, but not looked into that yet. I've also got an incomplete list for L6E, but doubt I'll actually finish that.

Brackets are average movecount for the set, twist optimal. Broken into sets based on D layer corners. Invert algs to see what they do if labels aren't clear and to see starting AUF (AUF consistent within sets).
PBL (5.40):
SS -
AS /3-3/3/-3/03/-3/
DS /-3-3/-3/33/0-3/33/
SA /0-3/03/3-3/0-3/03/
AA 0-3/-3/33/0-3/03
DA /-3/3/-3/3/

[email protected] [email protected] (4.17):
SS -33/-3/3/0-3/3/-3/
DD /3/-3-3/3/-3/03
SA 0-3/3/-3/03/
AS 3/0-3/3/-3/03
DA 6/3/-3/
AD 33/-3/3/0-3

[email protected] [email protected] (4.33):
SS 63/3/0-3/03/0-3
DD -3-3/3/-3/-33/
SA -3/-3/
AS /-3/-3/03/-3/3/0-3
DA 03/-3/3/-3-3/-3/
AD /-3/-3-3/3/-3/03

[email protected], matching (4.33):
SS 6/
DD 3-3/-3/33/0-3/33/
SD 3/03/-3/3/3-3/
DS 3/3-3/-3/03/0-3/03
L -3-3/3/-3/03/-3/
R 33/-3/3/0-3/3/

[email protected], not matching (4.50):
SS -3/3-3/3/-3/03/
DD -3/-3/3/-3/
SD -3-3/-3/33/0-3/-33/
DS 6/-3-3/-3/33/0-3/03
L 3-3/3/-3/33/
R -33/-3/3/-3-3/

[email protected], not adjacent (4.33):
SS -3/-3/03/-3/3/0-3
DD -3/-3-3/3/-3/03
SD 6/33/-3/3/0-3
DS 6/3/0-3/3/-3/03
L 6/0-3/3/-3/03/
R /-3/-3/
 

Lid

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Here is an even twist (10) version for the O/H EP:
/3,3/-1,0/2,2/0,2/2,2/-4,0/2,2/-1,-2/-3,-3/-3,0 [10|26] O+/H (generated, other 3 are mirrored/inverted versions)
/3,3/1,2/-2,-2/4,0/-2,-2/0,-2/-2,-2/1,0/-3,-3/3,0 [10|26] O-/H
/-3,-3/0,1/-2,-2/-2,0/-2,-2/0,4/-2,-2/-1,-2/-3,-3/-3,0 [10|26] H/O+
/-3,-3/-2,-1/2,2/0,-4/2,2/2,0/2,2/0,-1/3,3/0,-3 [10|26] H/O-
 

guysensei1

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Is there a fast adjacent parity alg that doesn't flip the middle bar? The way I solve means that the bar is always correctly oriented at last layer, and the popular adj parity flips the bar...
 

AlexvanVugt

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Is there a fast adjacent parity alg that doesn't flip the middle bar? The way I solve means that the bar is always correctly oriented at last layer, and the popular adj parity flips the bar...
Just ignore the middle layer till ep, and if its flipped and you gave a no flip alg, or if it's not flipped and you do an alg that flips,you can just cancel it.
 
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Is there a fast adjacent parity alg that doesn't flip the middle bar? The way I solve means that the bar is always correctly oriented at last layer, and the popular adj parity flips the bar...
I don't think so based on my understanding of parity. You might look into parity cubeshape, or at least how it works so you can do cs with extra moves to Pre flip the e layer so parity fixes it.
 

Hssandwich

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Is there a fast adjacent parity alg that doesn't flip the middle bar? The way I solve means that the bar is always correctly oriented at last layer, and the popular adj parity flips the bar...
I use
/(6,0)/(3,0)/(0,3)/(0,-3)/(0,3)/(2,0)/(0,2)/(-2,0)/(4,0)/(0,-2)/(0,2)/(-1,4)/(0,-3)/(0,3)
It's just /6,0/6,0/ alg but cancelled into the parity alg.
 
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