What 3x3 alg set do you want improved, optimized, or generated?

Etotheipi

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Maybe ones like the F, V, N perm, but the vast majority of them (A, H, Z, U, T, Y, J, etc.) I can't see being more optimized than they already are
I can see Y being improved a fair bit as it is currently just two OLLs stringed together which probably isn't the most effective.

WarriorCatCuber

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I can see Y being improved a fair bit as it is currently just two OLLs stringed together which probably isn't the most effective.
There's also this one: F R' F R2 U' R' U' R U R' F' R U R' U' F'

teri2769

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PLL and/or OLL on right.
hey, i made pll on right a while back. i had planned to make oll on right, idk if im gonna do it tho

TheRouxGuy

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You Can Try this Y Perm: F2 D R2 U R2 D' R' U' R F2 R' U R

xyzzy

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IDK about this specifically but I know a similar set exists where all corners are oriented. Chris Tran mentioned some professor that knows all of this set and said he calls it anti-zbll
That anti-ZBLL is referring to the set where all edges are flipped; iirc it's Morley Davidson who learnt move-optimal algs for the entire set (and ZBLL as well).

The "anti-ZBLL" you're thinking of is a separate thing that usually goes by the name COALL.

whaffle

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Theoretically, how many algs would it be to solve 2 adjacent f2l pairs in one algorithm? I think it's 3000+ but I hope I'm wrong and it's less.

Devagio

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Theoretically, how many algs would it be to solve 2 adjacent f2l pairs in one algorithm? I think it's 3000+ but I hope I'm wrong and it's less.
Assuming that the 4 pieces aren’t in the back slots (or you’re doing the final 2 pairs which happen to be adjacent):
3*15*12*10+(3*3*12*10+3*3*2*10+3*3*2*4*2)*2-42
=8166 cases.
You’ll have slightly fewer cases in diag slots, though that’ll be a pain to calculate exactly.