OLL Algorithms (Orientation of Last Layer). Developed by Feliks Zemdegs and Andy Klise. Algorithm Presentation Format. All Edges Oriented Correctly. R U2 R' . PLL Algorithms (Permutation of Last Layer). Developed by Feliks Zemdegs and Andy Klise. Algorithm Presentation Format. Suggested algorithm here. F2l Oll Pll Algorithms PDF - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. F2l-oll-pll-algorithms-pdf.
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2-Look OLL: 2nd Look (Orient Corners). Clockwise. Corner. Cycle. (A-perm). 2- Look PLL: 6 Algorithms x [ (R'UR') D2 ] [ (RU'R') D2 ] R2. (R U R') U (R U2 R'). of algorithms to cope with different situations, so I use some 2-look. OLL and PLL to reduce the amount of algorithms I need to know. Step 1 - The Cross. Note 2: All algorithms will also be broken down into triggers (a sequence of moves that is fast and easy to execute) 4LLL is split into 2 look OLL and 2 look PLL.
Then you do RUR'U' trigger.
You need to do the above, but using the left hand instead of the right hand. You will be able to mirror the R permutation to your left hand after about a weeks practice of doing it with your right hand. When it becomes a little bit of muscle memory for you it should be really easy to mirror the algorithm with the left hand.
So if you can't do it right away, just wait a little more and get a little more comfortable with R b. The second algorithm is an alternative that I sometime like to do because it involves the faster right hand instead. I kind of just did it until I had it in my muscle memory.
I highlighted the differences. There is simply one extra U, so instead of R' U R' in the beginning you have R' U U R' or R' U2 R' , and then you have to undo that U at the end of the algorithm, so there is an extra U' that pops in from nowhere near the end of the algorithm.
Then rotate the cube, and now the fun part starts. I highleted the R rotations so that you can see the pattern better.
Notice in particular how the U turns are. It has a very nice symmetry to it. The R's I remember as follows: Since in execution I perfrom the R2 as RR in clockwise motion , I see them as R clockwise twice, and then R counterclockwise twice, and the final R2 is just to finish up the algorithm.
You are welcome to come up with better memory techniques for this things. I know a couple of friends, each with different ways of remembering these G perms First take out the pair that is right under the aligned 2x1x1 block, as in G d , and then rotate the cube, and do a similar pattern.
See how there is a symmetry to the U's again?
They recognize patterns that are made after the completion of the OLL step. I have only sketched what badmephisto has taught in the video. So this tool can be thought of as a printable version of that video.
Shown in the sample image below are headlights and 2-pair blocks. Benefits of excel over jpeg? Easy Customization! You can endlessly customise it without the worry of photoshop layers.
In the file I've put 2 options: 1. Large diagrams where you can write your own notes - 3 page print. Small diagrams - 1 page print back to back Download version 1.
PDF version also available Troubleshooting: 1. G perm not working?