1. ## 7x7 Help !

Im stuck on solving the last 2 sides when your forming the 5's on each side. One side has 4 pieces right with one on the bottom that needs to go on the other side, And the other side has 4 pieces that are flipped each one (Ex. Orange-White, White-Orange, Orange-White, White-Orange) And the bottom piece just needs to switch sides as well

2. I don't think someone with a sup 3 minute 3x3x3 average should attempt to solve a 7x7x7.

3. Originally Posted by danthecuber
I don't think someone with a sup 3 minute 3x3x3 average should attempt to solve a 7x7x7.
Why not?

Originally Posted by hydrotonics
Im stuck on solving the last 2 sides when your forming the 5's on each side. One side has 4 pieces right with one on the bottom that needs to go on the other side, And the other side has 4 pieces that are flipped each one (Ex. Orange-White, White-Orange, Orange-White, White-Orange) And the bottom piece just needs to switch sides as well
I'm not 100% sure what you mean, but I reccomend this video

4. That was months ago , I just haven't been on here since then. I've successfully been able to solve a 2x2, 3x3, 4x4, 5x5, megaminx, and pyraminx with ease so I feel i can do a 7x7 with a little bit of work.

5. actually, use comutators

i make a line of 5 in the M slice, then i make as much or each on its side, then lastly, i use commutators on the go to solve the last pieces...

its not that you need to find them, or memorise them, just to know how it works, i could make a video for it

oh, its dedges,

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well then you can use parity algs if its fliped wings on 1 dedge

6. I'll try to explain this better. o=orange, w=white, g=green, y=yellow. So i have 2 sides that are left . oneside the colors go from top to bottom = y/g, y/g, y/g, y/g, w/o. And on the other they go w/o, o/w, w/o, o/w, y/g. Thats if im looking at it straight on and how the colors are.

7. make a picture using a camera

8. If I am understanding your explanation correctly: Have the edge that is mostly y/g in the FL position, with the w/o piece on top, and the edge that is mostly w/o the FR position, with the y/g piece on the bottom. Do 2u' R F' U R' F 2u (where 2u is a 2-layer turn), and then the y/g edge will be solved. Then all you have to do is apply your 5x5 parity alg to the w/o edge.

9. A good you tube channel to check out for things like this is Yu Nakajima's old tutorial channel CUTEXcuber. He shows you how to do everything.

10. Ubercuber, is 2u' just the top 2 layers counter clockwise once or do i do a full 180 turn ?