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 Post subject: All the edge parity on a 5x5
PostPosted: Tue Mar 22, 2011 9:27 pm 
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This is a tutorial on edge parity
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETIHZB0Z9f8

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 Post subject: Re: All the edge parity on a 5x5
PostPosted: Wed Mar 23, 2011 9:38 pm 
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Just watched it. I really thought you explained things nicely and it was nice having the algorithm on the screen. I think that the best videos are the ones that slowly go through recognizing each case and the ones where the narrator actually says the notation of the moves he/she is doing rather than the "bring this up, spin this side and bring it back down" that is seen in so many puzzle videos. Another thing I always find useful in tutorials is algorithms in the description because I can follow along without pausing as well as save them for later in a document.

Wow I didn't picture myself writing that much about a video.

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 Post subject: Re: All the edge parity on a 5x5
PostPosted: Fri Apr 01, 2011 10:09 am 
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Nice toturial, however i usually avoid most of the pairities on both 5x5x5 and 7x7x7. Method i use is to put together 2 on each edge first, then put them together with the 3rd. On a 7x7 i also put together 2x2 on each edge, then add in the middlepart making all sides 2-3. This way the only alogarith i have to memorize is 2L*', U2, 2L*', U2, F2, 2L*', F2, 2R*, U2, 2R*', U2, 2L*2, or if its on a 7x7x7 with 2-1-2 it will be 3L*', U2, 3L*', U2, F2, 3L*', F2, 3R*, U2, 3R*', U2, 3L*2. Course for speedsovling this is not a preferred method :)

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