- Apr 2, 2015
You don't have to learn algs since every cubeshape reduces to an easier one. What I've done is learn all the 3 slice shapes, than learn all the 4 slice shapes (you only have to learn the first slice since after that it reduces to a 3 slice case you already know), and so on.http://andrewknelson.com/2012/03/23/square-1-full-cubeshape/
This website says not to just memorize every algorithm on the page, and I don't understand the reasoning behind it (even though they gave an explanation) can someone dumb it down for me? Is there anywhere I can just learn full algorithms for all shape combinations?
This is the website I use. It has all the cases, but not the algs. It only tells you what to reduce each case into.
If you really want algs, I can't help you. I've searched around a bit and I don't think a page with all cases and their solutions exists.