# Message #691

From: Klaus Weidinger <klaus.weidinger@yahoo.com>

Subject: Re: [MC4D] 4^4 parity alg

Date: Fri, 09 Oct 2009 06:37:41 -0700

Thanks for this sequence. I’m going to attempt my second solve today and I’m going to give your sequence a try. However I already have some sequences for that purpose and the seem to be of equal length.

Btw: Is there anybody who knows a very good system to solve the 2^3 with as few turns as possible in quarter turn metric? I am currently using the Guimond method but I think it still uses too many turns.

Have a nice twist,

Klaus

— On Fri, 10/9/09, Jonathan <jonathan.mecias001@mymdc.net> wrote:

From: Jonathan <jonathan.mecias001@mymdc.net>

Subject: Re: [MC4D] 4^4 parity alg

To: 4D_Cubing@yahoogroups.com

Date: Friday, October 9, 2009, 2:42 AM

i will use ROICES NOTATION at(http://www.superlim inal.com/ cube/solution/ pages/cube. htm) also, i would like to thank roice because i used roice’s techniques and old algorithms.

-first: do the "first 3 color series.

-second: on the upper face(while holding down the number two key(2),right click on 11.

-third:do the reverse "first 3 color series"

-fourth:on the upper face(while holding down the number two key(2),left click on 11.

the idea is simple. you can also manipulate roices other 3 piece orientation algorithms too. let me know if you have problems with that.

it should shuffle 3 3color pieces and nothing else. its 18 moves. you can also use variations of it by executing this algorithm on different faces(might be helpful) for example: the upper and lower faces. let me know when you finish it because i’m curious on your solution simply because ive never used it!

cheers

— In 4D_Cubing@yahoogrou ps.com, Klaus Weidinger <klaus.weidinger@ …> wrote:

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> Hi Jonathan,

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> If you would find a similar algorithm for the 3^4 I would really appreciate to hear of it, because I’m doing corners first and therefore the 3c-pieces are the last ones to solve

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> Have a nice twist,

> Klaus

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> — On Thu, 10/8/09, Jonathan <jonathan.mecias001 @…> wrote:

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> From: Jonathan <jonathan.mecias001 @…>

> Subject: [MC4D] 4^4 parity alg

> To: 4D_Cubing@yahoogrou ps.com

> Date: Thursday, October 8, 2009, 10:58 AM

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> if anyone is curious on a algorithm that switches 2 pairs of 3-colored pieces without messing up anything (even corners!),let me know and ill respond with the solution..this algorithm can be useful on other sized cubes. its a manipulation of roice’s old algorithms; ill use roice’s notation to explain it. this is the only parity i encountered in my solve(excluding the parities that can be solved with regular 4*4*4 algorithms). if anyone can show me the "Single 3-colour cubie flipped" in a picture or something that would be awsome or maby a description? lol

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> cheers from Florida!

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