TICT method


Information about the method

Proposer(s):

Feliks Zemdegs

Proposed:

2009

Alt Names:


Variants:

Edward's Method

No. Steps:


No. Algs:

1 to 45

Avg Moves:


Purpose(s):



TICT is an experimental method invented by Feliks Zemdegs in 2009. TICT stands for: Twins, which is the first step, also called 2 blocks 1x1x3 step, Intuitive Corners (the 2nd step) and T perm!!!!!!.
The Method

Twins step (also called 2 blocks 1x1x3 step)
This step is often cut in 2 substeps: 1x1x3 Block and then second 1x1x3 Block. This step is fully intuitive. At the end of this step, we have the 1st Layer  2 Opp Edg cube state.


Intuitive Corners step
This step consists in solving the remaining corners intuitively. You may use one of the COLL algs or using the Jperm b alg (for instance). At the end of this step, we have the Corners+1st Layer2E cube state.


T perm!!!!!! step
This step consists in solving the remaining edges intuitively, using setups and Tperm. This is the biggest part of the method but it could be fast if you're good at doing the Tperm. This is simalar to Adv Gosch method with 2 already solved edges. At the end of this step, we have the solved cube state.

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