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 Post subject: My variant for the Permute and Orient last 4 corners/edges
PostPosted: Wed Oct 16, 2013 4:25 am 
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In this method I use one simple principle which I call "three".

Main algorithm: (R' D' R) U' (R' D R) U2 (R' D' R) U' (R' D R)
Mirror version: (F D F') U' (F D' F') U2 (F D F') U' (F D' F')

Main principle: (direct three) setup move (back three) …

Using only this principle and simple setup moves we possible to resolve any situations with 4 corners.
PDF-version of manual - http://vk.com/doc185254069_237356447
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For bigger understanding about what I speak please see video from 4:41 - http://youtu.be/3v_FBBlPCCQ?t=4m41s

I show as to resolve different situations using only this principle.
In the case 1 (Corners not on their places) I show 3 different situations which I resolve using only one algorithm:
  1. All 3 corners are yellow up -http://youtu.be/3v_FBBlPCCQ
  2. From 3 corners only one is yellow up - http://youtu.be/3v_FBBlPCCQ?t=4m41s
  3. All 3 corners aren't yellow up:

The сase 1 is self-sufficient.

To understand the principle please watch my videos with subtitles in English (there I show all situations):

The same principle can be used for Megaminx.

A variant of permute corners/edges - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHmQhlhXs3w
Corners - (L R D2) (R' U' R) D2 (R' U L')
Edges - (L R E2) (R' U' R) E2 (R' U L')

How to Permute and Flip 3 edges with using direct and back moves.
PDF-version of manual - http://vk.com/doc185254069_240546847
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How it works at big cubes - http://vk.com/doc185254069_240716614
Video-demonstration - http://youtu.be/mR9k00BruAU

How to Permute and Flip 3 edges using the "three" move
PDF-версия документа - http://vk.com/doc185254069_251593577
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 Post subject: Re: My variant for the Permute and Orient last 4 corners
PostPosted: Thu Oct 17, 2013 2:41 am 
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I added subtitles to my videos.


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 Post subject: Re: My variant for the Permute and Orient last 4 corners
PostPosted: Thu Oct 17, 2013 5:54 am 
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I like this method :) and actually I used it to teach my wife the last layer corners a few years ago.
(She prefers though the well known R, F', R', F, R, F', R', F, U, F', R, F, R', F', R, F, R', U' = [[R,F']x2,U]) for orientating the corners.)

I picked it up in a video from our fellow member heiowge probably in the year 2010.
Did you come up with it on yourself

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 Post subject: Re: My variant for the Permute and Orient last 4 corners
PostPosted: Thu Oct 17, 2013 6:11 am 
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Konrad wrote:
I like this method :) and actually I used it to teach my wife the last layer corners a few years ago.
(She prefers though the well known R, F', R', F, R, F', R', F, U, F', R, F, R', F', R, F, R', U' = [[R,F']x2,U]) for orientating the corners.)

I picked it up in a video from our fellow member heiowge probably in the year 2010.
Did you come up with it on yourself

Yes, I think many as well as I got such method. I don't argue. :)
I long went myself to this method. Therefore I like this too.
And I think this method especially very good for Megaminx.

For training of my wife I too used (X Y X' Y') - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U2jWxX1WbYY
It was more clear to her. :)

I am glad that registered at English forums, here information about Rubik's cubes has very more than on the Russian resources.

Thanks for your comment!


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 Post subject: Re: My variant for the Permute and Orient last 4 corners
PostPosted: Mon Nov 04, 2013 9:53 am 
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Corners on their places (variant 2) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jB7fFm7Tk3A


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 Post subject: Re: My variant for the Permute and Orient last 4 corners
PostPosted: Mon Nov 04, 2013 10:55 pm 
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A variant of permute corners/edges - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHmQhlhXs3w
Corners - (L R D2) (R' U' R) D2 (R' U L')
Edges - (L R E2) (R' U' R) E2 (R' U L')


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 Post subject: Re: My variant for the Permute and Orient last 4 corners
PostPosted: Tue Nov 05, 2013 1:04 pm 
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Corners on their places (variant 3) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ckRfTKzm-iM


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 Post subject: Re: My variant for the Permute and Orient last 4 corners
PostPosted: Wed Nov 06, 2013 1:01 am 
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For bigger understanding about what I speak please see video from 4:41 - http://youtu.be/3v_FBBlPCCQ?t=4m41s
I'm sorry but probably you not correctly understand me.

I show as to resolve different situations using only this principle.
In the case 1 (Corners not on their places) I show 3 different situations which I resolve using only one algorithm:
  1. All 3 corners are yellow up -http://youtu.be/3v_FBBlPCCQ
  2. From 3 corners only one is yellow up - http://youtu.be/3v_FBBlPCCQ?t=4m41s
  3. All 3 corners aren't yellow up:

Probably the case 2 confuses but the сase 1 is self-sufficient.

Thanks!


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 Post subject: Re: My variant for the Permute and Orient last 4 corners
PostPosted: Wed Nov 06, 2013 3:24 am 
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It would be nice if you could do another add on to your nice .pdf files documenting all the variations you introduced recently. I know it's a lot of work :) , but i liked your past documents and as i'm collecting a list of methods and yours are included this would help me.
Currently I have limited time to follow all your videos.


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 Post subject: Re: My variant for the Permute and Orient last 4 corners
PostPosted: Wed Nov 06, 2013 10:48 pm 
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psi wrote:
It would be nice if you could do another add on to your nice .pdf files documenting all the variations you introduced recently. I know it's a lot of work :) , but i liked your past documents and as i'm collecting a list of methods and yours are included this would help me.
Currently I have limited time to follow all your videos.

Thanks for your interest!
I will try to make the manual about it later.
In this method main is first video about the case 1.

Special for you! ;)
PDF-version of manual - http://vk.com/doc185254069_237356447


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 Post subject: Re: My variant for the Permute and Orient last 4 corners
PostPosted: Fri Nov 08, 2013 11:45 am 
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Thank you for taking the time to produce the pdf file.
I see you are interested in easy and "single principle" methods.
As you know I have a wide list of methods (>100 collected including substeps) and I can say you there are at least three of them which are based on a single algorithm to solve the entire cube:
- this uses only the so called "sexy move" alg RUR'U' : http://cube.crider.co.uk/beginner.php
- then there is a CPS based method by Christopher Mowla to solve both corners and edges (CPS = R U L' U' R' U L U' or similar), i have the pdf but not a direct link (i think i got it from speedsolving forum)
- and then i have the steps to solve it using only EPS = R' F R F' (there are two variations from "rline" and "burgo" forum members), link to one of the variations: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=daDS4GlO8BE&list=PLdc0o9bvgS-sWETarwVLVJXwsjXR_aG-d

Maybe the existence of so many methods explains why you had some harsh responses on speedsolving forum :)


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 Post subject: Re: My variant for the Permute and Orient last 4 corners
PostPosted: Fri Nov 08, 2013 12:32 pm 
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You are welcome! I am very glad that is interesting to you!
Yes, I like an analysis of solving. This method I could receive after five years slowly supplementing it while it didn't turn into full system.
Yes, I know that there are a lot of methods, but that new I didn't show anything, too it is impossible to tell. What do you think?
I independently found simple version of the solution of each situation, with the "three"-move. I show at what signs it is necessary to look, over time it allows not to think of algorithm.
Simply probably initially me not so understood. Most likely they understood it as two steps - first is permute corners and second action is flip. But I show at once as to make these actions at the same time.
But now I gave a picture as a whole, on one leaf, and I hope people will understand that I wanted to tell. Thanks to you!
Generally now I use direct and return movements to solving of corners and edges, each time reproducing them differently. Now I could be discharged completely of algorithms, I use only the principles. Most of all puzzles I like to solve Rubik's cube 3x3x3.

My e-mail - menshov_s@mail.ru
You can send there information if you want.
I will be glad to look.


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 Post subject: Re: My variant for the Permute and Orient last 4 corners
PostPosted: Sat Nov 09, 2013 5:29 am 
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I will send you such pdf (CPS for all cube).
By the way there is also this old video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7yZoDi_B1lI&feature=related
in which basically the same commutator you used is explained and used for corners 3-cycle: RUR' D' RU'R' D


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 Post subject: Re: My variant for the Permute and Orient last 4 corners
PostPosted: Sat Nov 09, 2013 5:55 am 
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Thanks for the link on the video!
I do not appropriated authorship on (R' D' R), (R' D R) moves as I understand that many could receive such variant for corners.
I share my vision how to decide each situation I showed on what to look for.
But I think that you understand it.
Thank you for the document too!


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 Post subject: Re: My variant for the Permute and Orient last 4 corners/edg
PostPosted: Tue Dec 17, 2013 11:01 am 
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How it works at big cubes - http://vk.com/doc185254069_240716614
Video-demonstration - http://youtu.be/mR9k00BruAU

Commutators are powerful thing! If to understand their principle, it isn't necessary to learn algorithms. :wink:

How to Permute and Flip 3 edges using the "three" move
PDF-версия документа - http://vk.com/doc185254069_251593577
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