Difference between revisions of "Roux on Square1"
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−  On [[Square1]] there exist multiple methods based around the [[Roux]] method for [[3x3]]. All of these methods involve cubeshape, two corneredgecorner blocks on the D layer, then solving the rest in a certain way. Rouxbased methods are the second most popular behind [[Vandenbergh]], and have been used to set one world record.
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−  ==Methods==
 
−  All of these method descriptions will not list the steps from all Roux methods: cubeshape, then two corneredgecorner blocks.
 
−  ===LBL===
 
−  The '''LBL''' method solves the remaining D layer edges, then solves PLL with one algorithm. [[Helmer Ewert]] used this method when he set the Square1 single WR in 2017, though in the WR solve it was impossible to tell which Roux method he used due to skipped steps.
 
−  ===Lin===
 
−  {{Main ArticleLin}}
 
−  The '''Lin''' method solves one D layer edge, then does corner permuation+DF edge with one algorithm. Lastly it solves the edge permuation of the last layer. Lin and LBL are quite similar methods.
 
−  ===Screw===
 
−  {{Main ArticleScrew}}
 
−  The '''Screw''' method most closely resembles the 3x3 Roux method. It solves corner permutation, then the UL and UR edges, then the M slice edges.
 
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Latest revision as of 12:49, 27 June 2020