TICT

TICT method
Information about the method
Proposer(s): Feliks Zemdegs
Proposed: 2009
Alt Names:
Variants: Edward's Method
No. Steps:
No. Algs: 1 to 45
Avg Moves:
Purpose(s):
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Scrambled cube -> Twins -> Intuitive Corners -> T perm!!!!!! -> Solved cube


TICT is an experimental method for the 3x3x3 cube.

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TICT is an experimental method invented by Feliks Zemdegs in 2009. TICT stands for: Twins, which is the first step, also called 2 blocks 1x1x3 step, Intuitive Corners (the 2nd step) and T perm!!!!!!.

The Method

Twins step (also called 2 blocks 1x1x3 step)


This step is often cut in 2 substeps: 1x1x3 Block and then second 1x1x3 Block. This step is fully intuitive. At the end of this step, we have the 1st Layer - 2 Opp Edg cube state.

Intuitive Corners step

This step consists in solving the remaining corners intuitively. You may use one of the COLL algs or using the J-perm b alg (for instance). At the end of this step, we have the Corners+1st Layer-2E cube state.

T perm!!!!!! step

This step consists in solving the remaining edges intuitively, using setups and T-perm. This is the biggest part of the method but it could be fast if you're good at doing the T-perm. This is simalar to Adv Gosch method with 2 already solved edges. At the end of this step, we have the solved cube state.

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