Scrambled cube state

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Scrambled
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Information
Alt Names:
Subgroup: <U,R,L,D,B(,F)>
Subgroup for edges: <U,R,L,D,B(,F)>
Subgroup for corners: <U,R,L,D,B(,F)>
Previous substeps (methods):
Next substeps (methods):
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Scrambling step -> Scrambled cube state -> First steps (as the Cross step)


The Scrambled cube state is the cube state between the Scrambling step and the First steps (as the Cross step).

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The Scrambled cube state is the cube state where nothing is solved. It's the first cube state for any method.

Here are some examples of scrambled cube states :

Scramble 05.jpg Scramble 04.jpg Scramble 03.jpg Scramble 02.jpg Scramble 01.jpg

Previous Step

Next Steps

VisualCube 3 Egell.png * Use the Cross step to have the Cross cube state. This is the most common transition as in the CFOP method.

Petrus method.gif * Use the 2x2x2 block step to have the 2x2x2 Block cube state. This is the first transition for the Petrus Method and the Tripod Method.

Roux first block.jpg * Use the 1st Roux Block step to have the LRoux Block cube state. This is the first transition for the Roux method.

Heise method.gif * Use the Heise blocks step to have the Heise blocks cube state. This is the first transition for the Heise Method.


Layer by layer.gif * Use the 1st layer step to have the 1st Layer cube state.