Sorry for not reading more carefully. :)

Dan acknowledges that the system breaks down at this point.  His
recommendation appears to be to learn more ZBF2L algs.

Short of that, would it be useful in these difficult cases to first
flip the edges and then solve the last pair using two-generator algs? 
Or am I better off just reverting to OLL?  Or maybe don't use VH
unless I'm willing to learn additional ZBF2L algs.

On 11/29/05, Bob Burton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>  It says this right on the page:
>
>  "After the "pair-up" stage, there are only 32 possible configurations
>  of the pair and the LL edge-orientation. These are broken down into 2
>  groups of 16 cases, 1 group of connected pairs, and 1 group of
>  seperated pairs. So if you know just 32 little tricks, you can almost
>  always flip the LL edges to your advantage after the F2L. If you are
>  unlucky you will have a case for which your algorithm isn't a simple
>  pair up and insert, and in these cases it is very awkward to do
>  anything about it. That is where learning specialised algorithms has a
>  big advantage."
>
>  Also, "almost always" is in bold print. ;)
>
>  ~ Bob


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