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You should catch if a corner is twisting during memorization. You should be familiar with where each piece belongs on the cube. For example, I know that at UFR, it should be white, red, and blue, with the white side facing up. The piece is twisted if red or blue is facing up. If white is on the right usually shoot to the [I] position, then the [C] position. That should solve it.
Carla, you have to look at the buffer position to know which piece is first in your cycle. I was saying that the [C] sticker was the first piece to solve. [A] is just the position of where the buffer is on the cube, not the piece that was physically in the buffer position at the time.
By the way, the BrandonM account was me. I forgot my OP account for a bit.
No, because if you read through the list, that set up move is used for the [I] position at RUF. It's the same piece, but a different sticker and orientation. The corner will end up twisted if you do that.
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