1. joshiebdapim

    [Video] The Jessica Fridrich Method Explained

    Hey guys i thought i would give a little help to beginners in knowing what the jessica fridrich method is all about thanks
  2. jonlin

    A word about practice

    Is this all you noobs are blabbing about? See, I've practiced. A lot. And then I hit a roadblock of 30 seconds. And then I posted a speedsolving forum asking people what to improve. Then I got comments like,"This kid is trying to find the easy way out, when he should just be practicing." That...
  3. pierredewet12


    can anyone help meeeeeee,, im rubbish at cubing , only averaging about 1.50... i really need someone to tell me the best ways and the best sources to fully start learning the fridrich method. as i find that allot of websites just lay out all of the gruelling algorithms that you need to know and...
  4. G

    OLL tutorial

    I've just finished learning F2l and I can do it all of it in about a minute. I think this is fast enough FOR NOW. I'm now moving on the OLL. Also do you guys think I should learn F2l oll and pll and the same time then solve the cube over and over again using what I know or should I do one at a...
  5. hic2482w

    How did you learn your OLLs?

    So I'm starting learning my OLLs this summer. The problem is I dont know what I should learn first, for example should I learn straight from OLL1-OLL57, should I learn them by trigger groupings, or should I learn them by shape groupings?
  6. bilal

    [Unofficial] 5 Year Old Boy Solving 3x3 Cube Just Over A Minute

    5 Year Old Boy Solving 3x3 Cube Just 1 Minute 7 Seconds
  7. SkouriSkaze

    Help! Roux or Fridrich?

    I've been cubing leisurely for four years (took a year break after two years, so I got back to cubing a year ago), not working on anything in particuular. I made a decision that I want to be at least sub-30 when I stop cubing. I am using Fridrich and have an average in the low 40's (From 42 to...
  8. MrRubix3

    New method to solve the cube..Should i show my discovery to the world?

    Ok,so one morning i was really bored practicing the fridrich method and so i came up with the idea of creating my own fast method..So i dont know why i was thinking of this 2x2 rubiks cube concept..and so i discovered that a person can solve the cube in 3 easy steps i discovered...
  9. MrRubix3

    Intuitive F2L or Algorithm based F2L??

    Hey everyone, i have this problem when speedcubing..F2L process really slows me i was wondering and i would like to know wich is faster; Intuitive F2L or Alg. based F2L?? Also, is it possible to get a sub 20 or sub 10 using intuitive F2L?? Is just that ive heard people saying that...
  10. N

    General help to improve time needed

    I've been solving the cube for about 2 years and I started with Dan Brown's method with all of the R'D'RD and I inevitably progressed to intuitive F2L, and 3 Look LL...But still my time sucks... I average 40 seconds... I have practiced all of the cases, have a good cube, tried just about every...
  11. A

    algorithm vs intuitive??

    I currently use Fridrich intuitive f2l and i can solve my cube in around 35 seconds on an average.... i want to ask is learning the algorithm f2l worth it???? will it help me improve.. i can currently solve my f2l n 20-25 seconds....
  12. MalusDB

    MGLS-F vs. Full Fridrich?

    I'm new, and I've been doing more reading than practicing lately, but it feels like i want to make the first real step the right one. Looking for some opinions on MGLS-F in comparison to the Full Fridrich approach. I have to get some sleep right now, but I will return in around 12 hours. Try...
  13. rishidoshi

    RiDo's Hunting Story for F2L. No intuition or alg memorization required. (Videos)

    Presenting… the simplest F2L tutorial in the world! RiDo’s Hunting Story for F2L and RiDo’s Bonus Video Intro: The Fridrich (or CFOP) method is one of the most popular and fastest ways to solve a Rubik’s cube. In under 1 min to around 15-20 sec. However in CFOP (Cross-F2L-OLL-PLL) the F2L...
  14. C

    Who's solved the cube without instructions?

    Just curious. It's a really hard puzzle, and most people haven't the patience to spend that long, especially when you can just flip to a website and read some basic steps and learn in an hour. When I was young, the cube had just come out, and instructions weren't available yet. My older...
  15. crazymanjimbo46

    [Help Thread] Should I switch to Roux?

    Currently I average about 30-35 seconds with 2 look OLL and PLL and intuitive F2L I'm considering switching to roux. Do you think I should?
  16. teller

    One-Answer 3x3x3 Question Thread

    Is this a thread where I get to ask a question? :confused: What makes an alg a "2-gen?" I've heard this term and I don't understand.
  17. *LukeMayn*

    The One-Answer Question Thread [closed]

    Read before posting. Search before posting a question. The "search thread" tool in this thread can be used to see if someone already asked a similar question here. Depending on the question, you may also find answers on the Speedsolving Wiki, or in other threads. If you have questions about WCA...
  18. DAE_JA_VOO

    N Perms - What's yours?

    How's it guys. I've seen loads of you post about using J perms as N perms, but with a R U R' before and after, or something along those lines. I can't seem to find it, and i hate the N perms i have now. Please post your N perms here :) Thanks in advance :)
  19. pcwiz

    [Help Thread] How to Get Faster using the Fridrich / CFOP Method

    PDF Version of this Guide - March 23, 2013 Welcome! This thread will be a guide to help you get faster at solving the Rubik’s Cube using the popular Fridrich/CFOP method. Please read this thread and do some forum searching prior to asking questions about becoming faster. First off, the...