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Yau 6 and Yau 7

What methods do you use for big cubes?


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For Yau 6 I do F2C, Cross plus an F2L Edge, put them on right bottom and right back, do centers, than I do 4 edges including one adjacent F2L edge to the already solved one, solve those two F2L slots in back, use the 2 open slots to solve the L3E, and solve like a 3x3

I have no 7x7 currently, but I would do F2C, Cross plus 2 adjacent F2L Edges, put them on right bottom, right front, and and right back, do centers, than I would do any 4 edges, solve two adjacent F2L edges with their slots in back, use the 2 open slots to solve the L2E, and solve like a 3x3

goodish for 6x6 badish for 7c7
 

Ostrich001

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I think Ciarán Beahan proves that Yau on 6 and 7 works and can be world class, but then Kevin, Max and Feliks all use redux so I think you could say they are both viable
 
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Jesus, that sounds like doing loads of slice moves in L4C for no good reason. How fast are you with Yau versus Yau5 versus your method versus reduction?
IDK, I am really bad at 6x6 only done like 5 timed solves
I got a 4:59 in comp using my method on my Aoshi GTSM
I can do a bunch of 6x6 today though
Mean of 3
Redux: 6:21.682
Yau 4: 5:45.066
Yau 5: 5:38.642
 
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