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.
Hey friend, what's up?
Okey, so I made this thread to give some ideas/links/etc for some newer ppl, and just for self to see how much I have progressed This thread will be only about CFOP, with time I'll try to make it full CFOP guide (for now only links to things I like) This might be helpful...
Here I made a video showing three 5x5 example or walkthrough solves:
It's in spanish but I didn't put subtitles as they would just be "And I see this red piece and this piece, and to this..."
As of the video's date I'm averaging 1:45 minutes.
Hope you like it :)
While the most efficient way to solving Pyraminx blindfolded would be just to 1-look the solve, I'm not good enough at Pyraminx to do that, so I devised this Pyraminx BLD method.
When you get the puzzle, put it into your orientation by finding the 3 tips that contain your F face color; orient...
Last night, I finished putting together a downloadable PLL guide, with algorithms and performance notes for all 84 angles. It's a PDF containing internal hyperlinks for nonlinear use. The algs I curated are a combination of:
(a) algs I've come up with, either on my own or by using Cube...
Hey together :),
I recently thought about advantages and disadvantages of text-only and video-only tutorials.
So I thought about creating a mix of them and this is what I came up with:
English - How to solve the Rubiks Cube
German - Wie löst man den Rubiks Cube?
The navigation through the...
I recently compiled a guide for solving the 3x3x3 cube in Greek.
It's in pdf format and explains in detail several solutions ( orienting last layer, LL corners first, LL edge first) for solving the cube layer by layer.
In each step several methods are used both for amateur and...
** The guide that was posted here I made for my own use but thought I'd share with others in case they found it useful also. It seems it doesn't contribute anything new for people, so rather than put up a potentially confusing guide I am removing it. Thanks to those who read it and made...
I made this guide to show how to solve F2L agorithmicaly.
It teaches the fundamental F2L cases (R U R' and R U' R') and how to transform the complex cases into the fundamental ones.
Note that it don't show the AUF between the complex and the fundamental cases so you have to have learned the...
As someone who reads a lot of random posts/comments about BLD, I am somewhat annoyed by seeing the same questions over and over and over and over and over again, so this is sort of a beginner's guide to stuff that you should know about BLD and not ask questions about. I'm going to start with...
I learned CFOP but since the first days I've been interested in Block Building Methods.
Recently I decided to learn Roux too and in order to memorise the steps of the method I collected images and simple algs in a document.
I want to share this pdf hoping someone else (a beginner like me)...
Those of you following the FMC results in the weekly comp or the example solve thread may have noticed an increase in my FMC results.
This is a result of my quest to explore the limits of Human Thistlethwaite for FMC.
I have now had a few sub 40 solves with a best result of 35 HTM.
So at the moment i'm pretty new to speed cubing. My record right now is 1:17. I use the standard method that comes in the booklet with the cube. I'd like to know, what strategy do you guys use to achieve like 12 seconds? I would be fine with doing it in 30 for now xD I also don't know what that...