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Solving a Rubik's Cube is usually done layer by layer. Trying to do it face by face would be nigh impossible, as you couldn't do the other faces without screwing up the ones you may have already done.

I will cover three ways of solving the Rubik's Cube: beginner, intermediate and advanced, and I advise you to start with the beginner method. The intermediate method is similar to the beginner, except the last layer is slightly different, allowing for faster times. The advanced method is what is known as the Fridrich method and, with practice, will allow you to achieve times of less than 20 seconds. I myself use a mixture of the intermediate and advanced methods, as I have not yet learnt all of the Fridrich method.

I will try to explain everything in a way where you can understand, as when I first learnt I had to figure stuff out because the tutorial wasn't that good.

The first thing to know about the cube is that the middle pieces don't move. Go ahead, try and move them. They rotate, but they never move in relation to each other, which means that each face will always be that face. Also, a common mistake when people first approach an unsolved cube is to think they have to solve 54 stickers. This is wrong, as there are only 20 pieces that actually move around - 8 corner pieces and 12 edge pieces.

Throughout this video, it will be assumed that the first face is the white face. Every single time you do the cube, you should start with the white face so you get used to always looking out for the same colours at different stages. If I were to pick up a cube and start with, say, the green face, I would get hideously confused when it came to the last layer because I am so used to looking for yellow pieces instead of blue ones.

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- 1. The Six Faces For More Help Visit http://solverubikscube.com/
- 2. 6 Center Cubies 8 Corner Cubies 12 Edge Cubies
- 3. 1. Turn the Cube so the white face is the Up face. 2. Find the white-red edge cubie. 3. If that cubie is in the upper layer the lower layer, turn the Cube until the cubie on the Front face and twist the Front face either direction. This places the cubie in the middle layer. 4. Turn the Cube so the cubie is in the Front and Right sides. 5. If the cubie has white on the Front face, twist the Right face clockwise. If the cubie has white on the Right face, twist the Front face counterclockwise For More Solutions Visit http://solverubikscube.com/
- 4. 6. Repeat steps 2-5 for the white-green edge cubie; before step 5, twist the Up face so the green cubie will be placed next to the red cubie
- 5. 7. Repeat steps 2-5 for the white- orange edge cubie, placing it beside the white-green cubie For More Solutions Visit http://solverubikscube.com/
- 6. 8. Repeat steps 2-5 for the white-blue edge cubie, placing it beside the white-red cubie
- 7. 9. Twist the Up face to align the four white edge cubies with the four side center cubies
- 8. 10. Choose two adjacent sides, such as red and blue. Find a corner cubie with those colors and white. If it is in the upper layer, turn the Cube so the cubie is in the Front-Right-Up corner and use the pattern in Figure to move it to the bottom layer. ( R’ D’ R )
- 9. 11. Twist the Down face to place the cubie directly beneath its desired location. 12. Turn the Cube so the cubie is in the Front-Right- Down corner and perform the pattern in Figure continuously until the piece is correctly positioned. 13. Repeat steps 10-12 for each of the four white corner pieces. ( D’ R’ D R )
- 10. 1. Find an edge cubie in the bottom layer with no yellow side. 2. Twist the Down face so the cubie’s side color is under the center of the same color. 3. Look at the color on the bottom of the cubie to decide if the cubie should go up and left or up and right. 4. Perform the pattern in Figure (a) to move the cubie up and right, or perform the pattern in Figure (b) to move the cubie up and left. 5. Repeat steps 1-4 for each of the four middle layer edge cubies. For More Solutions Visit http://solverubikscube.com/
- 11. (a) (b) ( D’ R’ D R D F D’ F’ ) ( D F D’ F’ D’ R’ D R )
- 12. 1. Turn the entire cube over so the yellow face is the Up face and the white face is the Down face. 2. If you can turn the Cube to make it look like Figure (c), skip to step 4. 3. Apply the pattern from Figure (c) to the Cube. The front face color is unimportant. Return to step 2. 4. Turn the Cube to make it look like Figure (c) and aply the pattern from Figure (c) 5. If you do not have the yellow cross Figure (d), return to step 2.
- 13. (c) (d) ( F U R U’ R’ F’ ) For More Solutions Visit http://solverubikscube.com/
- 14. 6. Choose a color from one of the four sides: red, green, blue, or orange. Make sure there are two yellow corner cubies of the chosen color in the same side layer. For example, in Figure (e), both yellow- green corner cubies are on the right layer. 7. Twist the Up face to allign those two cubies with the center that shares their color. 8. If those two cubies need to switch places, turn the Cube so both cubies are on the Right face, then use the pattern in Figure (e). 9. Repeat steps 6 through 8 for the color on the opposite side of the Cube. For example, if you chose green first, repeat the steps for blue.
- 15. (e) ( L’ U R U’ L U R’ U2 )
- 16. 10. If the yellow face is solid, skip to step 13. If the yellow face has exactly one yellow corner cubie facing up, skip to step 12. Otherwise, turn the cube so the cubie in the up- front-left corner does NOT have fellow facing up. 11. Use the pattern in Figure (f), then return to step 10 if the Cube does not look like either configuration in Figure (f). 12. Turn the Cube so the cubie in the up-front-left corner has yellow facing up and perform the attern in Figure (f) until the fellow face is solid (you may have to use the pattern twice). 13. Twist the Up face to align all the corner cubies and make sure the colors line up with the colors in the other two layers. If some corner cubies have the wrong colors on their sides, you made a mistake while placing the corners; return to step 6.
- 17. (f) ( R U R’ U R U2 R’ U2 )
- 18. 14. If one of the four side faces is solved, turn the Cube to make the side face the Left face. 15. Use the pattern in Figure then return to step 14 if necessary. You might have to do this up to three times. ( R2 U F B’ R2 F’ B U R2 ) Having any problem Visit http://solverubikscube.com/

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