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 Post subject: Skewb BLD?
PostPosted: Fri Jun 30, 2006 6:40 pm 
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Has there been a method for Blindfolded solving Skewbs yet? Just curious. I wouldn't mind giving it a go. It should be simple, right?

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Stefan Pochmann has done it.

http://stefan-pochmann.de/spocc/blindsolving/


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Joe Wallace wrote:
I know. But he hasn't posted his method. He just said he did it.

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xcool wrote:
I know. But he hasn't posted his method. He just said he did it.


He permuted corners with 1-2 twists and looked ahead what the corner orientations and center permutations would be afterwards, then oriented 2 corners at a time and permuted centers in 3 cycles (if he remembers correctly).


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StefanPochmann wrote:
xcool wrote:
I know. But he hasn't posted his method. He just said he did it.


He permuted corners with 1-2 twists and looked ahead what the corner orientations and center permutations would be afterwards, then oriented 2 corners at a time and permuted centers in 3 cycles (if he remembers correctly).
Thankyou Stefan.

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