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  • Ole Petersen
    It s easy if you show the consistent of the pure method in this case. ... Fra: Klaus Emne: Bls: [Speed cubing group] Re: New member
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      It's easy if you show the consistent of the pure method in this case.

      --- Den lør 17/4/10 skrev Klaus <klaus.weidinger@...>:

      Fra: Klaus <klaus.weidinger@...>
      Emne: Bls: [Speed cubing group] Re: New member - new method ;-)
      Til: speedsolvingrubikscube@yahoogroups.com
      Dato: lørdag 17. april 2010 23.44
















       









      What do you misunderstand? The complete system or just one single step? Please be more precise because I think it wont help much if I post everything again. And what do you want an image of? I don't see in what way an image could improve the understanding of this method.



      Happy Cubing, Klaus



      --- In speedsolvingrubiksc ube@yahoogroups. com, Sayoga St <st.sayoga@. ..> wrote:

      >

      > Can you give me an image please...? I dont understand you mean...

      >

      > Pada Jum, 09 Apr 2010 03:58 WIB Klaus menulis:

      >

      > >

      > >

      > >Well, it seems to me that it is not that hard to do step 3 of my new system intuitive, but it is hard to do it fast. And I think even some algs won't change this.

      > >

      > >btw: does anyone know a site with a complete list of CLL algs (1-look corner orientation + permutation without changing any of the edges)?

      > >

      > >Happy Cubing, Klaus

      > >

      > >--- In speedsolvingrubiksc ube@yahoogroups. com, "Klaus" <klaus.weidinger@ > wrote:

      > >>

      > >> Hi everyone!

      > >>

      > >> I'm a cuber from Germany. I'm currently not very fast at speed cubing because I'm not using 2-look LL but a different method (completely intuitive). However I came up with an idea for a new system and wanted to contribute it.

      > >>

      > >> So here is a description of my current system:

      > >> 1. cross

      > >> 2. 3 slots F2L (no algs)

      > >> 3. solve 5 remaining edges (no algs)

      > >> 4. solve 5 remaining corners (commutators)

      > >>

      > >> With this method I set a personal record of about 40 seconds (F2L too slow ;-) and am able to average below 1 minute.

      > >>

      > >> And the new method I came up with is very similar:

      > >> 1. cross

      > >> 2. 3 slots F2L

      > >> 3. solve remaining edges + bottom corner (new step, I don't yet know how to do this; could also be called "last slot + ELL"

      > >> 4. CLL

      > >>

      > >> I don't know if there is some eficcient way to do step 3 smooth and fast but I think it could be possible to get good times with this system. I can't tell if CLL is more time consuming than PLL and OLL because I can't do any of them, but I think the time one saves by combining the last slot of F2L with ELL could be worth the effort.

      > >> At the moment I do step 3 of my current system completely intuitive. I think it is quite unlikely to get step 3 of the new system done intuitive, but perhaps it could be done with short/fast algs (I haven't done any research yet).

      > >>

      > >> Happy Cubing, Klaus

      > >>

      > >

      > >

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