Now, I know this is a Speedsolving forum, and nearly everyone here knows how to solve a Rubik's Cube. But this video was made so:
1. Non-cubers stop complaining that they don't have enough patience to learn how to solve a cube.
2. I can get some more feedback on my tutorials/videos.
I know that a shorter tutorial can be made, but this video covers nearly every case and people can still understand it.
Initially, I was reluctant to put this video here because it might generate some hate, but after some contemplation, I thought I would just put it here, like the rest of my cubing videos.
I would encourage you to share this with others that want to learn to cube!!
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