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PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2006 3:23 pm 
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Probably Heise when solving for speed and starting on any color.

It's not too hard to use <45 turns with it. 38 could probably be done too with lots of practice. HTM. If you count STM, then non-matching Roux (using the same L/R colors every time) can be equal to Heise. I use 43 on average using it.


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FireWezul wrote:
What is the method that requires the least amount of turns?

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I think the Petrus method is pretty good at getting less turns...I may be wrong though.

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It seriously depends on what you're talking about.

The method that uses the least number of moves is the optimal sequence. :D

Take a look at Dan Harris's Fewest Moves Challenge. A lot of people use a variant of Petrus method. I, when I still had time to do something like that, used what's known as a 2-gen method: 2x3x3, orienting edges and permuting corners, and then finally the rest of the cube with solely 2-gen. It certainly does not work efficiently for a speedsolving method.


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