- --- In speedsolvingrubikscube@y..., eligeon <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> Has any1 checked out the site yet?i looked at it, and messed around there for awhile. and the cube
thing is a bit confusing. maybe you could explain the steps in your
method to us....that would help loads
- Yea. I will. I just put the site up for the moment because people
wanted to know what it is. I promise major improvements. I have
just gotten a printable last layer page up for the 21 permutations.
- Ok. I have put an overview for the method on the site. By the way,
when you asked for an explanation of the method, did you mean certain
- Your solution is very close to what I call the F2L "hole" solution.
Many intermediate cubers (like me) are using it and I think it is a
natural and simple way (but of course not the fastest) to complete
the F2L without learning a lot of algorithms. The goal is to complete
the first layer without 1 corner and use this hole (the missing
corner) to place the four edges of the second layer, and then, put in
place the missing corner (you can also finish with the edge). The
only difference with your solution is the two edge spots that you
leave empty in the first layer but I don't know how you can exploit
them to make your solution faster than the old "hole" one.
--- In speedsolvingrubikscube@y..., eligeon <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> Ok. I have put an overview for the method on the site. By the
> when you asked for an explanation of the method, did you mean