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 Post subject: Not exactly speedsolving, but a puzzle solution question.
PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 9:39 pm 
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Now, if I were to scramble a fully functional 3x3x5 using only U,u,D,d,L2,R2,F2,B2, would I be able to solve the inner 3x3x3 using a domino solution then a few hand made algoithms for the e layer, then solve the top and bottom layers using a domino solution again?

All of this is hypothetical though. I don't have a 3x3x5. I wish I did though.

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it should be posible.

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 Post subject: Re: Not exactly speedsolving, but a puzzle solution question
PostPosted: Tue Jun 13, 2006 12:29 am 
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xcool wrote:
Now, if I were to scramble a fully functional 3x3x5 using only U,u,D,d,L2,R2,F2,B2, would I be able to solve the inner 3x3x3 using a domino solution then a few hand made algoithms for the e layer, then solve the top and bottom layers using a domino solution again?


Certainly, though I would do the middle layer last.

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when i mix my 3x3x5 that way i use alot of domino algs to solve it. it takes alot of thinking though. not a speedsolving puzzle, for sure.


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Adam Zamora wrote:
when i mix my 3x3x5 that way i use alot of domino algs to solve it. it takes alot of thinking though. not a speedsolving puzzle, for sure.
I wouldn't attempt to speed solve it, that's for sure. It would be too pretty.

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