Talk:One-Handed Solving

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We should link to some OH pages here, that would be helpful. And elaborate on what OH is, and link to OH records.

Agree, I can do some work to this page in my next wiki session =)

But at the moment I do other things = mostly practice my BCE that starts from RD + LD and R + L centres, then four pairs to F2B (I like it better than the original Roux =) Then I do M-centres + BD and then CLL + E15 to end the solve. While doing CLL I try to orient edges to 0+0 unoriented or 3+1 (M' U M to solve) using all kinds of M-setup turns + CLL, CMLL and COLL to flip/preserve edge orientation. I really like the method and I got a 27.11 3(5) just a moment ago. I had 29.xx two days ago and that was my first sub 30 using BCE so I'm really improving at the moment =)

// Kenneth 16:52, 27 October 2008 (UTC) (need to fix that red BCE link too)

Kenneth, you are contributing a ton to this, and it is great for everyone. This information will be stored here, and will be available to everyone. I am glad and thankful you are adding all this great info. I will also get around to adding much more info when I actually have time to sit down and write for awhile.

I was mainly posting that for anyone who has time/wants to, and reminds me to do it if nothing else. Thanks for contributing to this project. --PJK 23:11, 27 October 2008 (UTC)

Man, I'm pre retierd, I got a LOT of time when I have not got anything to do, then I sit and write a lot of "rubbish" into forums or does even more useless thing... I really love to have the oppurtunity to contribute to something more ppl than me can have use for. // Kenneth 13:17, 28 October 2008 (UTC)