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F2L

Ifyou'vereadtheHowtobebetteratF2Lsectionofmyspeedcubingguide,
you'llknowexactlyhowIfeelaboutrelyingonthistableinsteadofintuition.I
havepresentedthemanywaysoyoucanseeoptimalsolutionstoalltheF2L
cases.

1.Basiccases
2.Cornerandedgeintop
3.Cornerpointingup,edgeintop
4.Cornerintop,edgeinmiddle
5.Cornerinbottom,edgeintop
6.Cornerinbottom,edgeinmiddle

1.Basiccases
R U R'

F' U' F

U R U' R'

U' F' U F

2.Cornerandedgeintop
(U' R U')
(R' U R) U R'

(U F' U)
(F U' F') U' F

(U' R U)
(R' U R) U R'

(U F' U')
(F U' F') U' F

d (R' U2 R) d' (R U R')

U' (R U2 R') d (R' U' R)

(R U' R' U) d (R' U' R)

(F' U F U') d' (F U F')

(U F' U2 F )
(U F' U2 F )

(U' R U2 R')
(U' R U2 R')

(U F' U' F )
(U F' U2 F )

(U' R U R')
(U' R U2 R')

3.Cornerpointingup,edgeintop
(R U2 R' U')
(R U R')

(F' U2 F U)
(F' U' F )

(U R U2 R')
(U R U' R')

(U' F' U2 F )
(U' F' U F )

U2 (R U R' U)
(R U' R')

U2 (F' U' F U')


(F' U F )

(R U R' U') U' (R U R' U')


(R U R')

y' (R' U' R U) U (R' U' R U)


(R' U' R)

4.Cornerintop,edgeinmiddle
(U F' U F )
(U F' U2 F )

(U' R U' R')


(U' R U2 R')

(U F' U' F )
(d' F U F')

(U' R U R')
(d R' U' R)

(R U' R')
(d R' U R)

(R U R' U')
(R U R' U')
(R U R')

5.Cornerinbottom,edgeintop
(U R U' R')
(U' F' U F )

(U' F' U F )
(U R U' R')

(F' U F )
(U' F' U F )

(R U' R')
(U R U' R')

(R U R')
(U' R U R')

(F' U' F )
(U F' U' F )

(R U' R' U) R U2 R' (U R U' R')

(R U' R' U')


(R U R' U')
(R U2 R')
(R U R' U')
(R U' R') U d (R' U' R)

(R U' R') d (R' U' R U')


(R' U' R)

(R U' R' d R' U2 R)


(U R' U2 R)

OLL
TheOLLalgorithmsherearenumberedusingtheacceptedorderfoundon
thespeedsolving.comwiki(andelsewhereonline),soyoucanalwaysfindan
alternativetoaspecificalgorithmshouldyouwish.Ihavechosentheseones
becausetheyheavilyusethreedifferenttriggers,whichIfeelallowsforeasier
memorisation.Simplylearnthethreetriggers,andyounearlyknowmostofthe
algorithmsalready.Forthealgorithmsthatdon'tusethesetriggers,Ihave
bracketedthemtoshowhowImightperformtheminsections.
Youcansortthislistbyshape,trigger,andnumberorder,tofacilitateeasy
findingofaspecificsituationandmemorisingofthewholelist.

Sortby:

Shape

Crosses
Dots
Corners
Lines
Ts
Zs
BigLs
Cs
Ws
Ps
Squares
LittleLs
Others

Crosses
27

(R' U2 R) U (R' U R)

26

(R U2 R') U' (R U' R')

25

F' (r U R' U')


(r' F R)

24

22

(r' F R F')

R U2 (R2' U' R2 U')


(R2' U2 R)

21

(R U R') U (R U' R') U (R U2 R')

23

R2 D (R' U2 R) D' (R' U2 R')

Dots
1

(R U2 R')
(R' F R F') U2 (R' F R F')

F (R U R' U') F' f (R U R' U') f'

f (R U R' U') f' U F (R U R' U') F'

f (R U R' U') f' U' F (R U R' U') F'

19

M U (R U R' U') M' (R' F R F')

18

F (R U R' U) y' R' U2 (R' F R F')

17

20

(R U R' U)
(R' F R F') U2 (R' F R F')

M U (R U R' U') M2 (U R U' r')

AllCorners
57

28

(R U R' U') M' (U R U' r')

M' U' M U2' M' U' M

Lines
55

R U2 R2 (U' R U' R') U2 (F R F')

52

(R U R' U) R d' R U' R' F'

51

56

f (R U R' U')
(R U R' U') f'

F (R U R' U') R F' (r U R' U') r'

Ts
45

33

F (R U R' U') F'

(R U R' U')
(R' F R F')

Zs
40

R' F (R U R' U') F' U R

39

L F' (L' U' L U) F U' L'

BigLs
14

(R' F R) U (R' F' R) y' (R U' R')

13

F (U R U' R2) F' (R U R U' R')

16

r U r' (R U R' U') r U' r'

15

l' U' l (L' U' L U) l' U l

Cs
46

R' U' (R' F R F') U R

34

(R U R' U') x D' R' U R U' D x'

Ws
(R U R' U)
38

(R U' R' U')


(R' F R F')
(L' U' L U')

36

(L' U L U)
(L F' L' F )

Ps

44

f (R U R' U') f'

43

f' (L' U' L U) f

31

R' U' F U R U' R' F' R

32

F U R U' F' r U R' U' r'

Squares
(R U2 R')
35

(R' F R F')
(R U2 R')

37

F R' F' R U R U' R'

r' U2 (R U R' U) r

r U2 R' U' R U' r'

48

47

50

49

53

54

F (R U R' U')
(R U R' U') F'

F' (L' U' L U)


(L' U' L U) F

R' F R2 B' R2' F' R2 B R'

(R' F R' F') R2 U2 y (R' F R F')

(l' U' L U')


(L' U L U') L' U2 l

(r U R' U)
(R U' R' U) R U2' r'

Othershapes
11

F' (L' U' L U) F y F (R U R' U') F'

12

F (R U R' U') F' U F (R U R' U') F'

10

(r U R' U) R U2 r'

r' U' R U' R' U2 r

(R U R' U)
(R' F R F') R U2 R'

(R U R' U') R' F R2 U R' U' F'

29

(R U R' U') R U' R' F' U' (F R U R')

(R' F R F')
42

(R' F R F')
(R U R' U')
(R U R')

41

(R U R' U) R U2 R' F (R U R' U') F'

30

(L F' L' F ) L' U2 L d (R U R')

PLL
MuchliketheOLLalgorithms,thesePLLalgorithmsarepresentedwiththeir
acceptednames.Theseareoftenreferredtoaspermutationsorperms,e.g.H
permorNbperm.

Edgesonly
Cornersonly
Edgesandcorners

Edgesonly
H

(M2 U M2) U2 (M2 U M2)

R' U' R2 U (R U R' U') R U R U' R U' R' U2

Ua

R2 U' (R' U' R) U R U (R U' R)

Ub

(R' U R' U') R' U' (R' U R) U R2

Cornersonly
Aa

x z' R2 U2 (R' D' R) U2 (R' D R') z x'

Ab

x R2 D2 (R U R') D2 (R U' R) x'

R2 U R' U' y (R U R' U')


E

(R U R' U')
(R U R') y' (R U' R2')

Edgesandcorners
T

(R U R' U') R' F R2 U' R' U' R U R' F'

(F R U' R') U' (R U R' F')


(R U R' U')(R' F R F')

U' (R' U R U') R2 (F' U' F U) x (R U R' U') R2 x'

(R' U R' U') y (R' D R' D') R2 y' (R' B' R B R)

Ja

L' U' L F (L' U' L U) L F' L2 U L U

Jb

R U R' F' (R U R' U') R' F R2 U' R' U'

Ra

(L U2 L') U2 L F' (L' U' L U) L F L2 U

Rb

(R' U2 R) U2 R' F (R U R' U') R' F' R2 U'

Na

Nb

Ga

Gb

(R U R' U)(R U R' F')


(R U R' U') R' F R2 U' R' U2 (R U' R')

(R' U R U') R' (F' U' F )


(R U R' F ) R' F' (R U' R)

y R2' u (R' U R' U')


(R u' R2) y' (R' U R)

(R' U' R) y R2 u (R' U R U')


(R u' R2)

Gc

y R2' u' R U' (R U R' u) R2 y (R U' R')

Gd

y2 (R U R') y' (R2 u' R) U' (R' U R') u R2