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Ultimate Solution to Rubik's Cube

Richard

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Mar 19, 2006
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Colorado, USA
Is anyone familiar with this method? (http://www.olympus.net/personal/prmhem/)

I've been experimenting with it for a while now since it looks great for beginners. It includes just a few algorithms and seems very simple. It also boasts an average of 65 moves to solve the cube, which of course is not near as quick as the Fridrich method, but requires many less algorithms.

If anyone is familiar with this method could you please help me out? (I need help with step 3 in the method) I first solve the cross on the bottom, then i place 3 edge pieces in their correct position, leaving one edge out of place. The next goal is to place all the edge pieces in their correct positions, but using the Edge Piece Series (F R? F? R) I cannot get all the edges in the correct position.

Any help would be great!
 

dougreed

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Mar 17, 2006
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Austin, TX
I thought the same thing, it's very wordy. I had trouble following it. What can I say, I'm a picture person B)

-Doug
 

Richard

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Colorado, USA
So nobody's had any experience with this? I'm actually very interested in it, just to try it out, so i'm still open to help
 
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