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This helped me understand commutators almost instantaneously:

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Here's another video (by me) which is for beginners. I was surprised at how many likes it has gotten; and because that's the case, I thought it would be worth mentioning in this thread also (despite that it's a much longer and more comprehensive video).

Basically, you can just use variations of the Niklas commutator (which is used to complete the last two centers of the 7x7x7 and larger cubes) to solve the entire cube.
 
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Here's another video (by me) which is for beginners. I was surprised at how many likes it has gotten; and because that's the case, I thought it would be worth mentioning in this thread also (despite that it's a much longer and more comprehensive video).

Basically, you can just use variations of the Niklas commutator (which is used to complete the last two centers of the 7x7x7 and larger cubes) to solve the entire cube.
Thanks! This is really cool.
 
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