Try it and see where you get stuck. (This is actually how I first solved a gigaminx, without having looked up any tutorials.)I am trying to learn 5x5 and while doing so, it seemed that the corners, centers, and middle edge pieces stayed in 3x3 solvable position. If so, could one create 2x2x2 corners and 1x2x2 edge pieces and solve without parity?
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