A 1x1x3 block is solved in the bottom-left of the cube while solving corner permutation using F move triggers. This step takes 4-5 moves on average, and following this step the entire cube is solved using [r, u, R, U].
The line is extended to form a 1x2x3 block while orienting 2-3 of the remaining edges, ensuring one of the oriented edges ends up in DB. This step takes 6-8 moves on average, and following this step the entire cube is solved using [r, R, U].
The 1x2x3 block is extended to form a 2x2x3 block while orienting all of the remaining edges. This step takes 10-12 moves on average, and following this step the entire cube is solved using [R, U].
Movecount: 45 - 55
Average non-[r, R, U] moves: 5
YruRU (pronounced Why-Roo-Roo) is a 3x3x3 method designed specifically for One-Handed Solving. It is a CP-first method that relies on reduced move-sets to ensure great ergonomics for OH turning, while maintaining a fairly low movecount. A mostly brain-dead skeleton of this method allows room for lookahead and mid-solve optimisations. The latter half of the solve, movecount-wise, consists solely of [R, U] moves, enabling the solver to turn at their maximum TPS without worrying about rotations or regrips whatsoever.
The steps are broken down and explained in depth in the beginner and advanced sections in each of the drop-down menus at the top of the page, simply hover over the step you would like to learn. Algorithms other than 2GLL are not necessary to be memorised, however it is recommended to do so to aid recognition, efficiency and TPS.