# CxLL Pi D

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## Pi D

For COLL this is one of the worst cases. No good algs are to be found, see COLL Pi D CubeX algorithms for a compleate list of algs up to 14 HTM.

Because of the symetry of this case most algorithms given also has got mirrors that can be used to solve the case.

### COLL

- (y) R F' U' R2 (y) L U' L' U (y') R2 U F R' ... setup <sexy move> unsetup
- (y) R F' U' R2 (y) L U' L' d R2 d l U' (x) ... same, a little optimised
- R U2 (L' U) R' (U' L) R' U' R2 U' R2 U2 R ... Bruno got an implant
- (y2) R U2 R' U' R U (L' U) R' (U' L) U' R U' R' ... Double Antisune + inserts

### CLL

- (y') R U R' U R U' (y) R U' l U' (x')
- L' U2 R d' R' U2 R d R' U2 L ... X Y -X (Conjugate)

### CMLL

- (y) L' U' L U' L' U L F R U R' F'

### CLLEF

- L F U' R U' R' U2 R U R' U F' L'

### CF / 2x2x2 (Waterman)

- ...

### EG

**EG 2** --> 2x2x2

**EG 1**

- R U R' L' U' L R U R'
- R U Ra' U' Ra U R' ... same but Ra notation

**EG 0**

- R U R' D L' U' L D' R U R' ... use D or (y') U

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