[zbmethod] Re: Howdy

```For those wondering what the heck I'm talking about with my this BLD
method, here is my idea.```
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Solve like Stefan by doing orientation and position at once, but do
three cycles instead of 2 swaps.

I don't know if I am the iventor of this approach, but I've been
wanting to learn how to do this ever since I saw Stefan's idea.

Here is an example solve.  I used ACube to supply the ZBLL algs I
didn't know, and I did edges in a way as to not use any ELL I don't know.

The cube is solved completely in 7 algorithms:

Sscramble from JNetcube: D2 U2 F2 D L2 B2 R' L' B2 F2 L R' U' D L2 U
F2 B2 L U' F' U' D2 R' U'

CORNERS:
1) x' L2 D L' U2 L D' L' U2 L' x
2) D' B2 (F' L F' R2 F L' F' R2 F2) B2 D
3) F D F' (R D L U' L D L' U L D2 R D L2 D' R2) F D' F'

EDGES:
1) L (L2 U' F' B L2 F B' U' L2) L'
2) B2 (x2 L2 U'F'B L2 F B' U' L2x2) B2
3) F R' (M' B')x4 R F'
4) R' B2 R2 B2 R2 B2 R'

I want to know this BLD method.  very... badly..

Hope you guys find it interesting.

Chris

--- In zbmethod@yahoogroups.com, "cmhardw" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> Hey everyone,
>
> Well, I've been lazy and haven't worked on ZB for a while now.  To be
> honest BLD solving has consumed me, but funny how things come full
> circle sometimes.
>
> So I've finally decided to learn the BLD method I've been thinking
> about since after seeing Stefan Pochmann's BLD method where he does
> orientation and permutation at the same time.
>
> My idea is to use the no-edge-perm ZBLL to solve corners like Stefan,
> but use 3 cycles in stead of 2-swaps.  Then I'll use ELL for the edges
> to do the same.
>
> I've done example solves using lookup sheets before, and I like the
> idea very much.
>
> Well, BLD still consumes me, but has come full circle to incorporate a
> large subset of ZBLL that I don't know very much of.
>
> So in short, I'm a very weird person in that I switch around a lot in
> my cubing and focus really hard on things for a short time, stop for a
> while, then come back.  But it turns out that I'm back to ZBLL, and I
> want to learn this subset very badly.
>
> I also don't know ELL yet lol, so that is another thing to look into.
>
> Anyway I hope everyone is well, I've missed some of the recent
> progress in what has been going on, so sorry to be all focused on ZB
> and then to just disappear.
>
> Anyway, hope everyone is well.  Team ZB still rocks :-D
>
> Chris
> Team [ZB]
>

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