I've been taking a lot of time off lately from ZB to work on the Roux
method and various improvements I have ideas for. This is helping my
ZB in three ways:
First, when I solve for extended periods of time and then switch to
COLL/ZB, it forces me to go slower on my F2L, because I'm not as used
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Mike Bennett [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, Roux, blah.
That's not to say I'm quitting. I'm just learning and using two
methods at the same time, instead of only normal ZB. It's very
similar to using opposite color solving. There are
Even though I stopped learning ZB a few weeks ago, I'm still
interested in that extension.
I'm kind of fed up with learning an huge amount of algorithms without
always understanding what I do.
But I'm really interested in finding new ones either by myself or with
the help of a computer.
That would be awesome thank you! I'm also going to start searching
and including all the search lists for the algs for others to search
for ones they like too.
Here is the biggest problem. We all have different styles. I vastly
prefer RULM to anything else, and will often choose a
I think a database should be enough for the storage of our work.
However we might want to have a more complete site so that it's clearer
and easier to read.
But let's do the first things first.
If nobody minds, I'd like to start with the Double-Sune case without
any corners to swap
What do you mean by double-Sune? Are you refering to the H1 cases? I
already have those. The one where there is no EP is my slowest, feel
free to work on that one, it's the only non-trivial one there I
think, the ohter's are easy/fast. Work on the other H-Orientation
cases, I don't think many
Chris, you could go through all of your T-Orintation algs and list a
time for them. I know that I use a slightly different set of algs
than you, perhaps some of mine are faster.
Hey Doug, I agree I think that will be an excellent starting point.
I'm going to take some averages for each alg
Here are the stats of my T orientation case 1 algs (no corner perm)
The cases are as:
T1-1: F' U' F U' F' U2 F B U B' U B U2 B'
times: 02.81, 02.24, (02.99), 02.98, 02.42, 02.43, 02.42, 02.18,
02.23, 02.14, (02.07), 02.92
T1-2: R U2 R2 U R' U R' U R' U R U2 R2 U' R2
OK I'm definitely not sure which case you are talking about : H1 with no EP.
Could you link me an image ? (and where could I have the full name list so that I understand what your talking about :p)
Gilles.2005/12/12, cmhardw [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
Here are the stats of my T
The alg I list is the one I was performing (without the finger trick
notation). Do the inverse of the alg to setup the case.
I was doing all twelve cases from this page.
Sorry if I didn't label them very well.
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