# Best intuitive method?

Discussion in 'Cubing Help & Questions' started by Glow, Mar 30, 2012.

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1. ### GlowMember

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Ive been using fridrich for a around a month,
and its getting boring to me.
I want to try learning a intuitive method.
Got any suggestions?

2. ### KirjavaColourful

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snkenjoi
Petrus/Roux/Heise

3. ### rubiksarlenMember

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Pretty much anything that isn't Fridrich/CFOP is intuitive . Most people say Heise is on of the most hardest and intuitive method to learn. Go check it out yourself

Jun 25, 2009
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JonnyWhoopes
Learn how to use commutators and then solve only using those.

5. ### KirjavaColourful

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snkenjoi
Commutators can only reach half the cubegroup.

6. ### StefanMember

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StefanPochmann
[Pull U layer pieces out, y]

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snkenjoi
*giggles*

8. ### IckathuMember

May 20, 2011
Virginia
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Ickathu
Roux, petrus, my method I created to teach people (build F2L like Petrus, solve LL in 3 steps (COLL [comms] [is it OCLL?], EPLL, CPLL [comms])

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benskoning
Roux.

10. ### oll+phase+syncMember

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WATERMAN is 100% slot-free

11. ### irontwigMember

Apr 6, 2009
Sweden
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jernqvist
Just solve stuff.

12. ### CubenoviceForever Slow

This

but some more details:
solve stuff up to XXX cross
use the open slot to orient and permute edges
solve the remaining corners via commutators

Check out Heise's pages on the last steps of his method to help you after the XXX cross

13. ### okayamaMember

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