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|TCLL (2x2x2) method
|Information about the method
||126 (86 for only TCLL)
TCLL or Twisty Corners of Last Layer is an advanced 2x2 method proposed in 2013 by Robert Yau and Chris Olson based off a study into RoFL (ROtten First Layer) by Stefan Pochmann. It is efficient and is very good for those who can 1-look their 2x2 solves and cancel into algorithms. It can be divided into 3 subsets: regular CLL, TCLL- (where the misoriented corner in DR faces to the right) and TCLL+ (where the corner faces to the front). There are 43 algorithms for each TCLL set and 40 for the CLL.
- Solve a layer (one corner can be twisted in place)
- Can easily be 1-looked in almost all cases fairly easily.
- Lots of cancellations can be formed between the layer and the algorithm
- Building a layer with a twisted corner is much shorter than building a full layer
- Can have ridiculously easy solves
- It is not generally recommended to use TCLL as a stand alone method
- Beginners may find it difficult to 1-look solves and take advantage of the cancellations
- Approximately 2 Times more algorithms than CLL, EG-1 or EG-2
- R' F' R2 F R' U' F2 R' U'
- x2 y' (Canceling moves instead of doing U2 R U2 R) U2 F R F' R U
- F' R U' R' U F2 R' U2 R2
- y' L' U' L' F' L F U2 L' U2 L
- U R' F R' U2 R F' R U'
- z2 U' (Canceling moves instead of doing R U' R') R U2 R' U2 R U2 R' U
- R' F U R F2 R U' R2 U
- x L2 U2 R U R' U' R U2 R' F' R U R' F'
- U2 F2 U' F U' F' R' F' U2
- x' y' U F2 R U2 R' U R' F R F' R U' R'
- U R2 F' U R U2 R F2 U2
- x' U2 R y U' F R' F' R2 U R'
- U2 F' R' U' F2 U' R2 U R2
- x2 U F' R F' R U R2 U' R U R'