Guide to sub averages using the Fridrich Method. I’ve published many. F2L is the second step of the Fridrich method for solving the Rubik’s cube. You must solve the cross first. It can be done in 6 moves or less ~82% of the time and ≤7 moves % of the time. These are just optimal example solves; F2L.

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Glad to know that you got an answer to your question. Many of my algs are the same as Bad’s. I thought the same thing, but the case you are talking about where you had two corners done and need to swap the other two, can actually be solved by turning the top layer to a case where only one corner is solved and performing the algorithm to cycle three corners.

You are currently viewing our forum as a guest which gives you limited access to join discussions and access our other features. UndeadManWalking Member Aug 3, Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. Is there a reason these cases were omitted from his 2-look PLL sheet?

Want to brag about an accomplishment? I guess I hadn’t actually investigated enough to realize that those multiple corner permutation cases could all be solved by the single 3-cycle. How To Improve at 3x3x3? Thanks for the clarification.


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My wording wasn’t very clear: Algorithm selection is very personal and should reflect your style, so learn from as many different places as you can.

I dont have a printer so I have to use the library’s. Answering a question with “just google it” is also badmphisto an acceptable response.

For people who love any sort of geometric puzzles, including but not limited to: Most of them came from either Macky or Bob, in fact, I started with Macky’s and replaced as I synthesized other peoples algs. I recognize you can solve plk permutations using only the two cases he provides, but you’d have to apply them multiple times, abdmephisto doesn’t that defeat the whole purpose of 4LLL?

If you are already a member, simply login to hide this message and begin participating in the community! I dont know why I wasnt able to find that myself.


The algorithms overview page that supposedly had printable pages does not exist Commissions for work are also not allowed. Titles need to be relevant to your post in a meaningful way. I used the link to Dan Harris’ website provided by JohnnyA.

And yet, I still suck. Welcome to the Speedsolving. The other corner 3-Cycle counterclockwiseand also the case where only 2 adjacent corners need to be swapped. Of course I can just find those missing algs myself, but I was curious if there wasn’t something I was overlooking.

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You use an alg to orient all the LL edges, then an alg to orient the corners, an alg to permute the corners, and then lastly, an alg to permute the edges. How To Solve a 3x3x3? Then do Ua, Ub, H, or Z perm for the edges.

Bademphisto one alg for the adjacent swap, and one for the diagonal swap. This includes topics addressed in the wiki”Mail day pictures” containing only WCA puzzles, PB posts, and questions that can be answered quickly. Yeah, they are a couple of other good responses in here.

Basically, if you have any headlights in the last layer at all, put them in the back and then perform the A perm. You want this page for dan’s algs printed.

Sorry, not in one page but three Think your cube is unsolvable? Forums New posts Search forums. Any other sort of posts like these?