#### Cubing Forever

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If you don't know, the Mehta method is an algorithm-reliant method that solves the cube in the following order:

First block on the D layer.

3 edges of the E layer or 3QB for short.

Orient edges (Algorithmically) while solving the last edge or EOLE for short.

Orient last 6 corners (using 1 alg) or 6CO for short .

Permute last 6 corners (using 1 alg) or 6CP for short.

Algorithmic L5EP

(or there is a beginner variant which does the last 4 steps in 2 looks each and a ZB variant that algorithmically solves the DR block after EOLE thus, giving you a ZBLL finish)

There are 3 more variants with which you can do option select.

That's it for the introduction let's move on to the solves:

Scramble: U2 F2 R' U2 L2 F U' D2 R U2 L2 D' R2 L2 U' L2 U2 L2 F2

Solution:

73HTM 89QTM 65STM 68ETM

U2 L E2 L' E' z //FB

R E R2 u' R U R' u' R U R' E R U R' F R' F' R //Long belt

U' S' U' S U2 S' U' S //EO

R' U R U2 R2 U' R U2 R //6CO-1

U R2 D' R U2 R' D R U2 R //6CO-2

U' R2 U R2 //D layer corners+lucky DR block

U' x R2 D2 R U R' D2 R U' R x' // PLL Ab Perm

Beginners version(kinda) but got lucky.

Next: R D R2 D2 B2 D2 B R2 U2 B' U2 F' U2 D' L R2 D L' U' B'

This thread might be of interest to @Jam88 , @BenChristman1 @Devagio and @CuberStache and a few more people but please do try it.