A: Download my iPhone/Android app called “badmephisto”, which gives a nice on-the-go cheat sheet for the algorithms you will need to remember. And if you. badmephisto’s Speedcubing Guide. Arranged by Andy Klise .. ǐ= inverse, ɱ= mirror, Ʀ= reverse rotation, ~= minimal difference, **= this algorithm may be faster . Speedcubing Guide – Ortega; CLL Algorithms; EG1 Algorithms; First Layer Algs of Drew Brads; badmephisto’s Speedcubing Guide; Christopher Olson’s CLL.
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He is one of the best Megaminxers out there badmephistl you should check it out There is the beginner’s guide with just 10 algorithms. To do this, I grouped similar algorithms together and have chosen related algorithms whenever bzdmephisto e.
Don’t forget to click here to download practice solves! Contains a full notation guide and thus if you give a newbie a cube and this guide they should be able to figure out how to do solve it.
Pll Spreadsheet I made (Combined Algorithms of Badmephisto and Recognition of Bob Burton) : Cubers
Andy Klise’s 2-Sided PLL Recognition This guide is awesome but is so complex that it is a puzzle in itself This guide is meant to let you study the sticker patterns on each of the PLL cases Distinguishing characteristics are highlighted, but you will have to study it hard to figure out the method behind the madness I left the explations light because I think it is more rewarding to figure some of this stuff out on your own.
COLL Algorithms Orienting and permuting the corners in one step These algs will let you orient and permute in a single step The sticker colors on the U face were placed so they highlight a distinguishing characteristic of the case. Currently, there are a ton of web and video tutorials out there on the web, but very few of them offer a printable version of their information. Im new to cubing, can i actually have a link to a reference of 2 sided Pll?
Skewb Tutorial A beginner’s guide A 14 algorithm beginner’s guide to the Skewb based on just 2 four move algs Based on sast’s Sarah Strong’s guide Contains full notation guide.
It is NOT meant for people that do not already know how to solve the Rubik’s cube blindfolded or are not familiar with the basic concepts of the method.
Both pages have a lot of cool stuff so you should check them out. Where To Buy Cubes? You may wonder how your survived without it.
Square-1 Tutorial A beginner’s and an advanced guide A 14 algorithm beginner’s guide and a 31 algorithm advanced guide to the Square-1 Contains full notation guide as well as a guide to help get the puzzle in a cube shape. Pyraminx Algs of Drew Brads The best algs from multiple methods Contains the best Pyraminx algorithms for the Keyhole, Oka, 1-flip, WO and Nutella methods If you like these algorithms, make sure to check out his youtube channel.
Click here or on the image to download algorithm sheet. I personally like the 2-sided color recognition one better but this is awesome. Think your cube is unsolvable?
Use the Daily Discussion Thread for “repetitive content”. This includes topics addressed in the wiki”Mail day pictures” containing only WCA puzzles, PB posts, and questions that can be answered quickly. Mastermorphix Guide A beginner’s guide Click Here A simple set of algorithms for solving the last layer of the single color and 4-color mastermorphix. Site design by Steve Klise. I’ll share it with some friends who are currently learning PLL.
In my opinion, this guide shouldn’t be used anymore, Odder’s guide is much better Of algorithme, you will have to figure out how to solve the rest of the cube. ELL Algorithms Orienting and permuting the edges in one step These algs will let you badmpehisto and permute in a single step The cases are arranged in groups based on characteristics of the case.
There is an badmephieto to describe the badmephisot behind the madness on the second page, but there are likely much better explanations of Old Pochmann on YouTube.
It even turns something like R R into R2 and adds spaces between each turn. Scroll down before posting For people who love any sort of algofithms puzzles, including but not limited to: Your spreadsheet is perfectly fine.
The basic idea is that you identify the PLL by only looking at 2 of the side of the top layer, and nothing else. Commissions for work are also not allowed.
Andy Klise’s Rubik’s Cube Guides
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I like the spreadsheet apart from the coloring: Each guide can be printed out on a single sheet of paper, so they are really easy to carry around. Click here or on the image to download.