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NMLL is an [[experimental method|experimental]] [[LL]] method to be used along with non-matching blocks in methods that orient edges early (such as [[ZZ]] or [[Petrus]]).  First, the colors that match the L and R centers are separated to opposite sides of the U-layer facing away from the U center.  Then, the pieces are permuted into their correct places.  Additionally, [[Phasing]] can be used to reduce the number of cases for the whole method to 29.
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NMLL is an [[experimental method|experimental]] [[LL]] method to be used along with non-matching blocks in methods that orient edges early (such as [[ZZ]] or [[Petrus]]).  First, the colors that match the L and R centers are separated to opposite sides of the U-layer facing away from the U center.  Then, the pieces are permuted into their correct places.
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Revision as of 19:46, 21 September 2011

NMLL method
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Information about the method
Proposer(s): James Straughan
Proposed: 2010
Alt Names: none
Variants: none
No. Steps: 2
No. Algs: 56
Avg Moves: 19.6
Purpose(s):

NMLL is an experimental LL method to be used along with non-matching blocks in methods that orient edges early (such as ZZ or Petrus). First, the colors that match the L and R centers are separated to opposite sides of the U-layer facing away from the U center. Then, the pieces are permuted into their correct places.

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