Hahn Method

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Hahn Method Method
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Information about the method
Proposer(s): Eric Hahn
Proposed: 2010
Alt Names: none
Variants: Petrus
No. Steps: 4
No. Algs: unknown
Avg Moves: 40
Purpose(s):

The Hahn Method is a blockbuilding and intuitive keyhole based method. First build a 2x2x3 block then add one edge at the bottom and one edge at the left side. Next use the keyhole for placing every edge and two corners into position. The last step is to solve the remaining corners with L4C.

See also

Steps

1. Build a 2x2x3 block leaving the F and U faces free

2. Add the FD and FL edge pieces

3. Use keyhole with two or one-pair techniques from Heise method to solve the remaining 5 edges and the UFL and UFR corners

4. Use an x rotation and solve the 4 remaining corners using L4C.

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