4x4 parity HOW DO I AVOID IT?

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4x4 parity HOW DO I AVOID IT?

Hi I've been trying to avoid 4x4 parity. PLEASE HELP !!!! any solution you have to use not to get parity I will use it.
prcambs

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Re: 4x4 parity HOW DO I AVOID IT?

How many parity cases do you use?

-Erno
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Erno Rubik

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Re: 4x4 parity HOW DO I AVOID IT?

you cannot avoid parity. now stop being a fucking noob and learn the algs
hai2u

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Re: 4x4 parity HOW DO I AVOID IT?

Yes, he can.
He can use the Cage method:

Part 1

Cage/Redux Method:

Part 1
Part 2

-Erno
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Erno Rubik

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Re: 4x4 parity HOW DO I AVOID IT?

no you can't you cuntmonkey

cage has parity in a different form, you can't avoid it
hai2u

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Re: 4x4 parity HOW DO I AVOID IT?

What is it with you and your vulgar language?
There could be children browsing this forum.

-Erno
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Erno Rubik

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Re: 4x4 parity HOW DO I AVOID IT?

Technically there is no parity problem at all.
It only occurs because we treat a 4x4 to a 3x3. If the 4x4 is not reduced to a 3x3 then no 'parity' exists.
The 'different form' you talk about is nothing but swaps of the center pieces which is part of the solution, not separate from it like in the reduction method.
Fox

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Re: 4x4 parity HOW DO I AVOID IT?

There has to be a way to avoid parity but we haven't found it yet.

prcambs

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