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−  '''SBC''' (short for Second Block CMLL) is  +  '''SBC''' (short for Second Block CMLL) is an algorithm set that solves the last slot while doing [[CMLL]]. There are two types of SBC, SBC Prime and SBC. SBC Prime is when the insert the world normal be done would be R U' R'. SBC is where the insert would normally be R U R'. The Algorithm set is 324 algorithms, which is still less than [[VLS]] and [[ZBLL]]. This substep is meant to be used in [[Roux]], but also could be used in [[CFCE]] if the algorithms don't affect the DF and DB edges. 
== Algorithms ==  == Algorithms ==  
−  +  [https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/17tnG8ApoKHocgC5CVfSlY6pju7IQw3yeskzTtLQMXIQ/edit#gid=295489914 SBC Prime] by Anthony Russo  
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Latest revision as of 16:57, 20 March 2020

SBC (short for Second Block CMLL) is an algorithm set that solves the last slot while doing CMLL. There are two types of SBC, SBC Prime and SBC. SBC Prime is when the insert the world normal be done would be R U' R'. SBC is where the insert would normally be R U R'. The Algorithm set is 324 algorithms, which is still less than VLS and ZBLL. This substep is meant to be used in Roux, but also could be used in CFCE if the algorithms don't affect the DF and DB edges.
Algorithms
SBC Prime by Anthony Russo