Ok.  I've calculated some odds and come up with a new gameplan.

1/27 solves (~3.7%)of the time (or more, with a little corner
orienting) you get an OLL skip and have a PLL for ZBLL.

26/27 solves you get a COLL case.

      Of those 26, 1/6 have corners correctly permuted.  Learning the ZB
      cases for those gives a 16% chance for a 1 look.

Add these together for just under 20% chance.

Now factor in the 1/12 chance for the other 5/6 of the 26/27 that COLL
still gives you.  That's an additional 6.7%, for a grand total of
about 26.5% chance of a 1 look LL, and at only the number of algs
required for COLL, PLL, and the correct corner ZB cases, of which I
think there are about 66.  However, 7 of these you will already know
from COLL, so 59 + 40 + 21 = 120 cases to learn, of which i know 65.

55 to go.  (4 of those are PLL's... :P)

team [zb]

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