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I've decided to pick up a Rubik's cube again to solve with my youngest granddaughter. Back in graduate school in the late 1970s I was fairly quick. Most all of the time I could solve the cube in less than a minute. Around 40% of the time I could do it in 20 to 30 seconds. I'm trying to find the method I used back then. I've been searching around on the internet and I'm finding all sorts of solutions, but not the one I used. I'd like to stick with the same one, (1) just for fun and (2) because I believe I'll pick it up quicker. I'll describe what I can remember. If anyone can point me to instructions on the method, I'd be appreciative.

It went something like this:

Can anyone point me to instructions on this method?

Thanks in advance,

Andrew

It went something like this:

- Solve the top completely.
- Solve the bottom middles, leaving one top middle out of place.
- Solve the bottom corners.
- Put the one out of place top middle back in position (so both top and bottom are solved).
- Solve the middle edges.

Can anyone point me to instructions on this method?

Thanks in advance,

Andrew