Ender Delphiki wrote:
What I've found is that the intuitive steps (such as F2L on standard cube) tend to be easy to dual up, but when it comes to performing algorithms, no matter which two I try this with, I always end up forgetting about one puzzle while executing an algorithm on the other.
So you've taken on the ambi-cubing challenge before. That's great! The brain activity for two cubes or any two puzzles would be very interesting to trace. I have been a collector and solver or puzzles for many years but only recently decided to move from beginner method to F2L.
Once I get that down, I will certainly be trying that very same thing. I am very eager to try.