Q&A For Beginner Solvers

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Re: Q&A For Beginner Solvers

Postby SHADOS3RP3NT » Thu Aug 14, 2008 6:35 am

thanks.  speaking of bringin the cube everywhere...i have a plane ride from the east to west coast later this week.  Plus a transfer in colorado.  so i should have plenty of time to screw around with the cube.  that was actually the original reason i found this website and forum.  and another thing: in the fridrich method theres the F2L, OLL, and PLL.  what do these stand for?

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Re: Q&A For Beginner Solvers

Postby bcrubiksmaster » Thu Aug 14, 2008 6:44 am

F2L= First Two Layers


OLL= Orientation of the Last Layer


PLL= Permutation of the Last Layer


Also,


LL= Last Layer


LBL= Layer-By-Layer


Good luck with that plane ride.


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Re: Q&A For Beginner Solvers

Postby SHADOS3RP3NT » Sun Aug 24, 2008 3:11 pm

ok new record (for me): 1:13.30 (layer by layer)

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Re: Q&A For Beginner Solvers

Postby HORK » Sun Aug 24, 2008 5:03 pm

1:13:30 in LBL? That's pretty impressive. I couldn't get under two minutes with LBL. I am currently using an intuitive method and I am down now to about your time. Of course, if I lubed the thing and used finger tricks I could be faster, but fast isn't what I am after right now. I am experimenting with patterns.
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