Difference between revisions of "CMLL"

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|name=CMLL
 
|name=CMLL
 
|image=Roux_method.gif
 
|image=Roux_method.gif
|proposers=[[flerpdur]]
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|proposers=[[Gilles Roux]]
|year=2017
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|year=2003
 
|anames
 
|anames
|variants= [[ZZ-Ghost|Pinky pie]],
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|variants= [[Roux|Pinky pie]],
 
|subgroup=<nowiki></nowiki>
 
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* [[Speedsolving]]
 
* [[Speedsolving]]
|previous=[[F2B|ZZ-Ghost walls]]
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|previous=[[F2B|Roux Blocks cube state]]
 
|next=[[LSE|LSE cube state]]
 
|next=[[LSE|LSE cube state]]
 
}}
 
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Solving of corner orientation and permutation, without regard to the [[Slice|M-slice]] edges or U layer corners. This is Step 3 of the [[ZZ-Ghost method]]. Similar to [[CLL]]. It will always have a lower movecount than [[COLL]].
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Solving of corner orientation and permutation, without regard to the [[Slice|M-slice]] edges or U layer corners. This is Step 3 of the [[Roux Method]]. Similar to [[CLL]]. It will always have a lower movecount than [[COLL]].
  
 
==Possible improvements==
 
==Possible improvements==
 
One suggestion for improving this step is to use it in order to influence the orientation or permutation of edges in LSE (in particular avoiding 6-flips and encouraging EO skips or Arrow cases).
 
One suggestion for improving this step is to use it in order to influence the orientation or permutation of edges in LSE (in particular avoiding 6-flips and encouraging EO skips or Arrow cases).
  
One suggestion for how to do this is [[ZZ-Ghost|Pinkie Pie]] or [[BLS]] (though this is not for the ZZ-Ghost method)
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One suggestion for how to do this is [[Roux|Pinkie Pie]] or [[BLS]] (though this is not for the Roux method)
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==
* [[ZZ-Ghost Method]]
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* [[Roux Method]]
 
* [[CLL]]
 
* [[CLL]]
 
* [[COLL]]
 
* [[COLL]]

Revision as of 21:17, 1 November 2017

CMLL
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Information
Proposer(s): Gilles Roux
Proposed: 2003
Alt Names: none
Variants: Pinky pie,
Subgroup:
No. Algs: 42
Avg Moves:
Purpose(s):
Previous state: Roux Blocks cube state
Next state: LSE cube state

Roux Blocks cube state -> CMLL step -> LSE cube state


The CMLL step is the step between the Roux Blocks cube state and the LSE cube state.

Solving of corner orientation and permutation, without regard to the M-slice edges or U layer corners. This is Step 3 of the Roux Method. Similar to CLL. It will always have a lower movecount than COLL.

Possible improvements

One suggestion for improving this step is to use it in order to influence the orientation or permutation of edges in LSE (in particular avoiding 6-flips and encouraging EO skips or Arrow cases).

One suggestion for how to do this is Pinkie Pie or BLS (though this is not for the Roux method)

See also

External links