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Scramble - B2 D2 F D' U2 R' B2 U L2 R' D2 L' U2 R' U B R2 D L F R2 U F D2 R2 Corners only scramble - R2 B2 D2 L2 B2 D2 L' U2 L D2 U2 F2 R' D R' U F2 R' U R' D' Edges only scramble - R2 B2 F2 D' B2 L2 U2 R2 F2 D2 R' B' D' L' D' F' R D L'

Scramble - D F' D R2 B2 U F L' F' L2 U2 L2 B R2 B' R U' D B R' F' D2 B' L' R2

Memorization

Corners CO (26)(37) CP (164)(357 8) Edges EP (fs h)(w ke pr do n) EO t odd # of edges thus you have parity

Only one edge needs flipped, thus you must flip m too

Memorization

Corners CO (12)(34)(58) CP (13)(268)(47) put the swap 2's together (ie, put (13)(47) together) Edges EP (jf rc ie pn y) (s ub) EO none goes back to m/v so start new cycle immediately

went back to beginning of cycle, and all edges accounted for, so stop

1. Corner Orientation (26) D'L' z'-L'-U'R'U(RU'R'U)-L-(U'RUR')U'RU-z (37) D'F'U z'-L'-U'R'U(RU'R'U)-L-(U'RUR')U'RU-z LD U'FD

1. Corner Orientation (12) z'-L'-U'R'U(RU'R'U)-L-(U'RUR')U'RU-z (34) y2 z'-U'R'U(RU'R'U)-L'-(U'RUR')U'RU-L-z (58) x2 y' z'-L'-U'R'U(RU'R'U)-L-(U'RUR')U'RU-z After this step, you should get this: F2 D' B2 F2 U' B2 U B2 R2 F2 U2 R B' D' L' D' L2 F' R D L' 2. Corner Permutation (13)(47) U x'(RU'R'U)*3 x (268) B2 D' L2 x R' U R' D2 R U' R' D2 R2 x' After this step, you should get this: R2 B2 F2 D' B2 L2 U2 R2 F2 D2 R' B' D' L' D' F' R D L' 3. Edge Permutation j U' L U M2 U' L' U f U R U' M2 U R' U' r U2 M' U2 M' 2 c F MUMUMU2M'UM'UM'U2 F2 M2 i U R' U' M2 U R U' e U' L' U M2 U' L U p x' U L U' M2 U L' U' x n x' U' R' U M2 U' R U x y M U 2 M U2 s u b R' U R U' M2 U R' U' R L U' L' U M2 U' L U L' x' U' R U M2 U' R' U x U' L2 D B2 y2 y x2

After this step, you should get this: L2 F2 L2 D' L2 B2 D R2 F2 L2 B2 U B' R F' L D B2 R2 F L D' 2. Corner Permutation (164) R2 y x R2 D2 R U R' D2 R U' R x' 2 (357) D (R2 U' R2' U R2-D2')*2 (38) Parity save for later y' R2 D2

After this step, you should get this: R2 F2 L2 F2 U L2 D' R2 D B R F' L D B2 R2 F L D' 3. Edge Permutation f U R U' M2 U R' U' s R' U R U' M2 U R' U' R h l U' R' U M2 U' R U l' w k e p r d o n U R2 U' M2 U R2 U' r' U L U' M2 U L' U' r U' L' U M2 U' L U x' U L U' M2 U L' U' x M U2 M U2 x' U L' U' M2 U L U' x F E R U R' E' R U' R' F' M2 x' U' R' U M2 U' R U x

use this alg because it is 1st in pair use this alg because it is 2nd in pair

use this alg because it is 2nd in pair use this alg because it is 2nd in pair Odd # of M2 slices, so add M2 to fix it

After this step, you should get this: L2 D2 R' U2 L' B2 L D2 U2 L' F2 L' F U L' U2 L U' F' 4. Edge Orientation tm F2 MUMUMU2M'UM'UM'U2 F2

After this step, you solved it 4. Edge Orientation None 5. Parity None

After this step, you should get this: D2 B2 L2 B L2 D2 B2 D2 F' D2 R2 B2 R2 F 5. Parity Corners messed up = 38 Edges messed up = m & c Whenever you have parity using the 3OP/M2 method, you must keep track of the corners that need to be switched and then also switch the m/v and c/t edges To do this, do setup moves then use any PLL case that switches 2 corners and two edges o It might be convenient to consistently use 1 or 2 PLLs for this Restrict the set-up moves to the (UDF2B2R2L2) group (38)(mc) F2 L2 y' [Nb-Perm=(R'URU')(R'F'U')(FRU)(R'FR'F')(RU'R)] y L2 F2

Credits

Mackey - http://cubefreak.net/bld/m2_guide.html Mackey - http://cubefreak.net/bld/3op_guide.html Pochmann - http://www.stefan-pochmann.de/spocc/blindsolving/M2R2/ Thrawst - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Glofu4BRv0o Eric Limeback - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncpkVvIEcKc For more guides just like this, visit my website - http://www.kungfoomanchu.com

Scramble - D' B' F R' F2 U F L2 D2 B' U2 R2 D' L2 F R' D' F U L' F U' R B2 U' Corners only scramble - D L2 B2 F2 U' B2 L2 D' R2 D' L2 U L2 U B' R2 D' B' R2 U' B U' Edges only scramble - F2 L' U2 L R2 U2 R D2 U2 F2 R2 B D' R' B2 L D B' F D' R'

Memorization

Corners CO (345 )(678 ) CP (1286)(457) Edges EP (jo hc g) (w zs n) (u lr d) EO none

Scramble - F D2 R2 D' B2 L F' B R' L U' F2 D B2 L' U2 L F' B' R' L' D2 R' L2 F'

Memorization

Corners CO (12)(5 7 8 ) CP (15 42 78 3) Edges EP (wo sl fa i)(u ku) EO tp

goes back to m/v so start new cycle immediately went back to beginning of cycle, since this is second cycle, go back to beginning of cycle odd number of edges thus parity

1. Corner Orientation (12) z'-(U'R'U)(RU'R'U)-L'-(U'RUR')(U'RU)-L-z (578 ) FD [(U'RUR')(U'RUR')L']*3 L' After this step, you should get this: U F2 D2 U' R2 D' R2 U' F L F2 U B D R2 D2 F U2 L B 2. Corner Permutation (154) DR2y x (R2 D2)(R U R') D2 (R U' R) x' 2 2 (127) B y x (R2 D2)(R U R') D2 (R U' R) x' (183) DR2DR2U' x (R' U R') D2 (R U' R')(D2 R2) x' Note how "1" starts every cycle here After this step, you should get this: U' L2 D2 R2 B2 D2 R2 U B2 D2 L' D2 B' F' R' D R2 U' F' L' 3. Edge Permutation w U R2 U' M2 U R2 U' o F E R U R' E' R U' R' F' M2 s R' U R U' M2 U R' U' R l x' U L2' U' M2 U L2 U' x f U R U' M2 U R' U' 2 a M D R' U R' U' M' U R U' M R D' i U R' U' M2 U R U' u k u L U' L' U M2 U' L U L' r' U L U' M2 U L' U' r L U' L' U M2 U' L U L' y'R2D' y2B2 UR2D'R2D' D'F'

1. Corner Orientation (345 ) BU' [(U'RUR')(U'RUR')L']*3L' (678 ) xy [(U'RUR')(U'RUR')L']*3L' UB' y'x'

After this step, you should get this: D L2 D2 U' B2 R2 B2 L2 R' F2 R' D2 U2 B' L2 U R' D L2 F 2. Corner Permutation (128) B2U' x (R2 D2)(R U R') D2 (R U' R) x' (16) Parity left (457) DR2DF2 x (R' U R') D2 (R U' R')(D2 R2) x' After this step, you should get this: U2 R2 F2 L2 U2 B2 L D B' U' F D2 F L B2 F' D' U F' U2 3. Edge Permutation j U' L U M2 U' L' U o F E R U R' E' R U' R' F' M2 h l U' R' U M2 U' R U l' 2 c F MUMUMU2M'UM'UM'U2 F2 M2 g x' U' R2 U M2 U' R2 U x w z s n u l r d U R2 U' M2 U R2 U' U' L2 U M2 U' L2 U R' U R U' M2 U R' U' R x' U' R' U M2 U' R U x L U' L' U M2 U' L U L' x' U L2' U' M2 U L2 U' x M U2 M U2 x' U L' U' M2 U L U' x UB2 F2D'R2D'

After this step, you should get this: D F2 L2 R2 U2 L2 F2 R2 D R2 F2 L' R' F' U2 F' L R' 4. Edge Orientation tp L' F MUMUMU2M'UM'UM'U2 After this step, it should be solved 5. Parity None because there were an even number of edges and corners that needed to be permuted After this step, it should be solved F' L

Odd # of M2, so do an M2

After this step, you should get this: F2 R2 U R2 U2 F2 U' R2 U2 R2 F2 U' F2 U2 4. Edge Orientation None 5. Parity (16)(mc) UF2 y' [Ra-Perm = (RU2')(R'U2)(RB'R')U'RURBR2U] y F2U'

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Scramble (12) (578 ) (154) (127) (183)

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