I made a successful 3x3 tutorial with no notation so now i have a 4x4 tutorial with no notation
this is meant for beginners. it's not fast, it just gets the job done in the simplest way to understand.
So I've learned 3x3 and still working on getting faster(I'm at 2:15 average). I thought it would be fun to learn other puzzles starting with easier ones and maybe a harder one.
I'm looking into:
And for something harder I was thinking to start on my...
A how to cube tutorial for beginners. Designed for those who have little to no experience and need somewhere to start.
The video is my attempt to add to the cubing community. Sometimes when searching for a way to start, some people get discouraged by how complicated some methods or tutorials...
Note: This is not a tutorial, so I will not make any detailed description for each step. Just say the purpose of each step, some algorithms and a few comments. I'm not 100% sure this is the right place to post this, but I think it is.
There is something I have discovered while trying to teach...
I've been speedcubing for around 3 months and know almost full fridrich method and I want to know how to blindfold solve. However, when I looked on the internet I could not find a tutorial that I understood very well. I consider myself an advanced speedcuber but need the most beginner's guide...
Have you ever gotten a REALLY lucky scramble, where you start with a semi-solved cube?
I got this scramble for the 2x2x2 form JNetCube timer:
L B2 D L D2 L' D F' U' R F2 D B2 U' F' L D F' U2 R2 B R' B2 U' F2
Anybody have any?