31841Re: 2x2x2 Solutions
- Dec 3, 2006Hi, sorry stupid of me: "http://www.hio.hen.nl/~s98134/rubik"
--- In email@example.com, "aaronmwiginton"
> Thanks for the info. I'm sure it will be a great help. I don't
> orient the corners like a lot of other people, so the website will be
> very helpful. Perhaps I should have learned this way first. Oh
> Thanks again
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jeff Soesbe"
> <yeff@> wrote:
> > Aaron --
> > You can, of course, use your standard 3x3x3 method and then just do
> > the corners. Something like: do first layer, permute second layer
> > corners, orient second layer corners. I used to do this and it
> > just fine.
> > I've now switched to using the first part of the "corners first"
> > method called Ortega-Jelinik. I really like this method for a
> > it's very quick with very little memorization (I memorized most
> > routines in a day).
> > Here's a link to the method:
> > http://rubikscube.info/ortega.html
> > Ortega-Jelinik goes:
> > - do one side (don't worry about permutation)
> > - orient opposite side
> > - permute everything
> > If I had a decent 2x2x2 (mine's way too loose), I think I could
> > probably regularly hit sub-10 seconds with this method and a little
> > more practice (US Nationals I averaged 12.86). Your mileage may
> > yeff
> > --- In email@example.com, "aaronmwiginton"
> > <aaronmwiginton@> wrote:
> > >
> > > I ordered a 2x2x2 cube and was wondering if there are any good
> > > solutions guides I can look at while I wait for it.
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > > Aaron
> > >
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