# Is there any 4LLL tutorials around in the net

##### Member
I am looking around the net for a 4LLL tutorial is there any around the net.

#### joey

##### Member
I guess you probably do 4LLL right now.

#### blgentry

##### Member
This one spells it out pretty well:

http://cubefreak.net/twolook.html

It looks like a lot to learn all at once and it is. But that's no problem because if you learn just a few algs, you can still solve the cube with this method using what amounts to an 8 look last layer. Then as you add more algs from the 4 look last layer, you'll end up with less and less looks. First 8, then 7, then 6 .... until you get to the 4 look last layer.

I can explain more if you want details or if that simply didn't make sense.

Brian.

#### PCwizCube

4LLL is just made out of algorithms, so there isn't really a tutorial about it.

4LLL (4 Look Last Layer) means solving the last layer in 4 steps, which is 15 algorithms. First you orient the edges (make the cross), then orient the corners (make the top layer a solid color), permute the corners, permute the edges, and then your cube is complete.

As said before, http://cubefreak.net/twolook.html has great algorithms for 4LLL.

##### Member
Yea 4look LL is composed of 2look OLL and 2look PLL. And there actually are vids if you want: I have videos on Youtube for both of those. Just search me on youtube and find the vids.
That page though is pretty nice. Macky is awesome

##### Member
I edited Macky's algs a bit, and flipped around the images. I made boxes on the side which I used to mark down how well I knew it. Here's the Word/OpenOffice document:

http://mihd.net/ml9ygqh

I used this when I learned 2 Look OLL and PLL. It was easy to learn and pretty fast.

#### blgentry

##### Member
^ I like PestVic's videos even though he's sort of annoying at times. I commend him for his efforts.

But this referenced video is in not, in any way, a 4 Look Last Layer. These days, PestVic is *way* faster than I am. But that video is clearly a naive presentation of some watered down simplistic last layer method. He doesn't even use Anti-Sune when he could, instead using Sune 3 separate times.

Again, PestVic is a much better cuber than I am today, and his videos have helped a LOT of people. But that one is old, and IMHO is a stinker. It's of very little practical use. It is NOT a 4LLL.

Brian.

#### AvGalen

You can watch (youtube: arnaudvg) my absolute beginners method that discusses how to do the last layer in 4 steps (not looks)

Combine that with http://www.speedsolving.com/showpost.php?p=6815&postcount=4 to perform those 4 steps in 4 looks (requires more algs to learn, but every step requires only 1 alg to execute)

#### Guoguodi

##### Member
// EDIT: Sorry, posted this in the wrong thread. Should be in the "learning OLLs" thread.

Not surprisingly, I find Yu Nakajima's OLL algs to be very fast. I'm not sure if they're the easiest to memorise, or even grouped together in a logical way, but they are fast. Here's a printable version:

http://cubingtechniques.com/cubing/oll/print.html

Note: Japanese notation

Last edited:
A