--- In zbmethod@yahoogroups.com, "Doug Lee" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> That took me a few reads to understand, so allow me to explain 
> another approach to this problem.
> I use this method and I believe many other PLL users also do. But 
> just to warn you, it is tailored towards a specific choice of G-Perm 
> algs.
> First, I determine that it is indeed a G-Perm by readily ruling out 
> everything else according to the location of "blocks" (c/e pairs).
> Assuming it is a G-Perm, I hold "the pair" (typical teamBld lingo 
> for the two corners that are correct relative to each other), on the 
> left. It is personal preference whether to just re-grip, or pre-
> adjust U and re-grip.
> Next (or really, at the same time) find "the block" (there should be 
> precisely one and it should be on the r-layers). It can either be on 
> the back, "upper right", "lower right", or front. (This is then 
> sometimes numbered G1,G2,G3,G4, respectively for teamBld calls.)
> If the block is on the back (UB+uBR), I start with the (R2u') 
> trigger.
> If it is on the "upper right" (UBR+UR), I start with a (R'U'R) 
> trigger.
> If it is on the "lower right" (UR+uFR), I start with a (RUR') 
> trigger.
> If the block is on the front (uFR+UF), I start with the (R2'u) 
> trigger.
> Notice the symmetry in this method.
> *Gosh, I do hope you use similar algs...
> -Doug

I think I use the same algs, actually.  And I understand how to
recognize them apart, but because I learned 4 very similar algs for 4
very similar cases almost at once, my brain is just having a little
difficulty separating them.  Thanks for the helps, guys.

team [zb]

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