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Qhorin on Youtube has some Roux tutorials, I don't know how good they are though (I only watched parts of them, back when I first started speedcubing).

I was wondering if anyone knew how to fix the "centers" of a 5x5 with "cut corners" or arrows such as those found in the gabbasoft program. I have found ways of solving all but the last one, which I have gotten down to this

/\ /\ /\
> /\ /\
/\ < /\

The rest of the cube is not solved, so i can mess edges/corners as much as needed, so long as it does't mess up any of the other centers. I tried the 4x4 method I found on these forums for this (slighly modified) and got it better, but this is as far as I could take it. If anyone has any ideas or suggestions, I would greatly appreciate it.
Tsuris
Patrick

I was wondering if anyone knew how to fix the "centers" of a 5x5 with "cut corners" or arrows such as those found in the gabbasoft program. I have found ways of solving all but the last one, which I have gotten down to this

/\ /\ /\
> /\ /\
/\ < /\

The rest of the cube is not solved, so i can mess edges/corners as much as needed, so long as it does't mess up any of the other centers. I tried the 4x4 method I found on these forums for this (slighly modified) and got it better, but this is as far as I could take it. If anyone has any ideas or suggestions, I would greatly appreciate it.
Tsuris
Patrick

hey...i'm getting a v-7 sometime over the next week
does any1 know a site that teaches how to do it?
i can do these puzzles so far:
2x2
3x3
4x4
5x5(VERY beginners method)
and other non-cube ones(megaminx, pyraminx, etc)
so...even an example vid or pics going through one of their solves would be great
Thanks alot!

I don't have a 7x7 to show you in video, but here's the general idea. When I solved it, I figured it was easier to pair(match) from the outside in, so that the 2 outermost edges becomes paired. After that you should know how to solve it like a 5x5.

Edges are easy, it's the centers that are a bit awkward, or at least the last two. I have my own method which I figured out myself which is probably inefficient, but it gets the job done.

I will make a video tutorial for 7x7x7 this weekend, but I encourage you to figure it out yourself!

All the theory you should need is this: Solve it with any system that works on the 5x5x5. Reduction, Caging, Layer-by-Layer, etc all work "the same" as on a 5x5x5.

I will post the tutorial on my youtube-channel and link to it from the howto section of this forum. It should be up there on sunday evening at the latest.

I will make a video tutorial for 7x7x7 this weekend, but I encourage you to figure it out yourself!

All the theory you should need is this: Solve it with any system that works on the 5x5x5. Reduction, Caging, Layer-by-Layer, etc all work "the same" as on a 5x5x5.

I will post the tutorial on my youtube-channel and link to it from the howto section of this forum. It should be up there on sunday evening at the latest.