SOLVING THE RUBIK’S CUBE 3X3X3

 

resolution process rubik solution method of resolution

description of the method

 

There are so many techniques of solving the Rubik's Cube,

all with their advantages and disadvantages.

 

the general rule is that, more a method is efficient and :

more algorithms there are to learn

more tracking is delicate when resolving it

more requires learning and training

more it is difficult to master

 

among the most effective, 3 of them stand out.

 

CFOP method ~ 1980

then improved and popularized by "Jessica Fridrich" in 1997

 

methods with orientation phase and blocks, type Lars Petrus in 1981,

where are exits

the Roux method invented by Gilles Roux in 2003
the development by Zbigniew Zborowski in 2006 ZZ method

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from there, I tried to find an original way, without being revolutionary,

to solve the Rubik's Cube of simple but effective way.

 

I had first declined 2 techniques

 

one based on simplified CFOP, with hints of resolution at the end of F2L

( for the curious, click here )

 

one based on simplified ZZ, with tips to finish in CFOP

( for the curious, click here )

 

but it is possible to optimize and merge these 2 methods

while maintaining efficiency,

at least equivalent to CFOP F2L + OLL 2etapes + PLL 1 step.

and which guarantees an intuitive 3/4 resolution, in about fifty movements.

 

with habit

an average below 20 seconds, is entirely feasible,

and even less for those who have an excellent vision of the cube

with anticipation.

 

as there are plenty of tutorial on the net

I do not return the ABC and the method request to know

the basic nomenclature of the cube (R, U', L2, r, x, y etc etc...)

to resolve it

to solve simple F2L


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PASCAL’S METHOD

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