Scrambled cube state

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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).

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 :

Next Steps

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

* 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.

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

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

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