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This is a VERY detailed video showing how to solve a rubix cube.
24 Feb 2007
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I solve the 4x4 Rubik's Cube Revenge in 1 minute and 54.1 seconds. The cube I am using is an East Sheen brand cube, which I got from eBay in China. I have also bought them from Hawaii (lot better delivery time if you're in the US). Either way, I highly recommend the East Sheen cubes for speedcubing.
13 Oct 2010
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Enjoy my sub40 speedsolve with beatbox.. actually this is my worst solve.. i find it hard while doing beatbox.. :p rate it!! tnx comments are welcome! please visit www.pinoyspeedcubers.com happy cubing!!
18 Apr 2009
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My speedsolve with beatbox (drop it like it's hot)snoop dogg that's all.
18 Jan 2009
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17 Jan 2011
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Solved the 5x5 Rubik's Cube, an Eastsheen cube actually, in 3 minutes and 54.38 seconds. This is my new record as of now. How-To How To Solve a the 5x5 5x5x5 Rubik's Rubiks Rubix Rubics Rubick Cube Parity Errors Edge Edges Pair Pairing Professor Tutorial beginners Lesson Fast Faster Quickly Intermediate Advanced speed speedsolve fast faster placing centers Method edge pairing tredges 3x3 3x3x3 4x4x4 4x4 fridrich petrus algorithm parity errors help Erno Rubik 2 3 4 5 6 gen quicker quickly advanced match case world record
24 May 2009
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In this tutorial, I will show how to solve the 4x4 Rubik's Revenge cube. We must first place centers (no algorithm needed), then pair each individual edge (one short algorithm because of parity). After that, the cube is very similar to solving a 3x3. In this video, I first give an introduction into the 4x4 cube and explain what we will need to accomplish before we can actually start to solve the cube. I also go over the notation we will need to become familiar with when performing given algorithms and then start to show you how to position/solve the six 'centers' of the cube. (NOTE* If you do not want to watch the introduction and notation, you can fast forward to 2:55 where I begin going over the centers*) The three main things we will be doing are: 1) Making 2x1 blocks within the center regions of the cube 2) Combining two 2x1 blocks to form a 2x2 center block 3) Adding a single center component to a 3 piece L. *NOTE* to do this, I recommend having the single center piece either in the lower left or lower right region and positioning the corner of the L (see video*) in the same location as that single piece. *NOTE* A good way to pick three centers to place in a clockwise direction (If you don't want to use red/white/blue) is to look at any corner on the cube and place the three centers in the same orientation/position as the colors on the corner. You do not have to worry about the corner when placing centers, you would just be using it to pick those three colors only. PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK AND/OR COMMENTS ON THE TUTORIAL VIDEOS OR SEND ME A MESSAGE AND I WILL ANSWER AS SOON AS I CAN (USUALLY WITHIN A DAY OR TWO)! I WOULD LIKE TO HEAR IF IT IS HELPING PEOPLE OUT. THANK YOU VERY MUCH How to solve a 4x4 Rubik's Cube How to Solve a 4x4x4 Rubik's Cube How to Solve a Rubik's Revenge How to Solve a 4x4 4x4x4 5x5 5x5x5 Rubik's Cube Rubix Rubics Rubick Rubiks Rubik Cube Revenge Tutorial Beginners learn Centers Edges dedges tredges algorithm method step by speed speedsolve fast easy notation Erno Parity errors parody parities Fridrich cage Professor
20 May 2009
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In my tutorial, I will teach you how to solve a Rubik's Cube (regular 3x3)using 7 steps, which I explain in detail. My videos are longer than others you may find, but I feel that by spending more time with you for each step, you will understand it better than if I rush through it like those other videos. I taught quite a few people this method in college, and also family members and friends who were able to solve it relatively quickly once they understood the method. Once you have memorized the algorithms and also understand the method I use, you can solve the cube in ABOUT 1-2 MINUTES WITH PRACTICE. This is the first step of the Tutorial for solving the cube. THE SECOND STEP IS ON MY CHANNEL PLAYLIST AND ALSO IN THE VIDEO RESPONSES SECTION OF THIS VIDEO. It involves first placing four white edge pieces around the yellow center piece. You must then match each individual edge piece with its side color and flip it until it is matched with both the white and side colors. *If you are HAVING DIFFICULTY getting the four white edge pieces around the yellow center, please SEE MY Step 1 b video, which gives further examples which should prove to be useful and give extra help. Also, please do not ever hesitate to ask me ANY questions at all about the cube or if you have any comments or problems. I am ALWAYS glad to help. If you are using this method, I can GUARANTEE that I can explain and help you with anything you need to know as long as you provide me the information about your cube. Send long questions to my inbox and I will definitely get back to you A.S.A.P. THANK YOU FOR WATCHING! IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A 4X4 OR 5X5 TUTORIAL, LOOK NO FURTHER! CHECK OUT MY TUTORIALS ON MY CHANNEL PLAYLIST BY CLICKING ON MY NAME OR GOING TO WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/ROBH0629 As always, my tutorials are detailed and beginner friendly!! Thanks! I would like to thank Lars Petrus and also Tyson Mao along with Jessica Fridrich for allowing me to visualize the cube in a totally new way. My method basically incorporates strategies and techniques in both Tyson Mao's and also Lars Petrus' methods, basically making my method unique in itself. My method has been able to help numerous people solve their cubes, along with some family members and personal friends of mine, so I know it can work for you too! Any questions, please don't hesitate to inquire or leave comments on any steps which may have given you trouble. Thanks again for watching my tutorial on How to Solve a Rubik's Cube!! how to solve a rubik's cube rubiks rubix rubics cube 3x3 tutorial rubik's help step by speed speedsolve solving unscramble fix learn simple easy easiest quick lesson cross fridrich petrus 3x3x3 4x4 4x4x 5x5x5 5x5 revenge professor method algorithm beginners solution walk through guide blindfolded blindsolve feet world record competition BLD F2L OLL PLL
21 May 2009
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In the wake of my Rubik's Cube tutorials, I have received many requests for advice on how to solve the Rubik's cube faster. While this video does not teach any new speedsolving technique, it does give some tips on how one can take my method, and make it faster. Songs used in video: "Turn off the idiot box" by The Aquabats "TV Song" by Blue Man Group "Ironhead" by Helmet
21 Dec 2008
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Shows how to pair the edges of the 5x5 cube. This is the most time consuming part of solving the 5x5 Rubik's Cube Professor. PART 4 can be found under VIDEO RESPONSES! This part covers how to match up TWO edge pieces at a time. The two edge pieces we will be working with in this video are the OUTER/WING edge pieces and the INNER/MIDDLE edge pieces. There are more advanced methods of edge pairing which can match upto 6 pairs of "tredges" (12 edge pieces) at a time, however, since it is a little more involved I will not cover multiple edge pairing in this video. I first go into detail on how to identify two edge pieces and then position them so they can be matched. PART 4 IS NOW OUT!! CLICK ON THE VIDEO UNDER VIDEO RESPONSES TO WATCH THE FINAL PART. IF YOU ARE NOT ALREADY SUBSCRIBED, PLEASE DO SO IN ORDER TO GET NOTIFICATION WHEN I RELEASE NEW VIDEOS. THANK YOU FOR WATCHING! How-To How To Solve a the 5x5 5x5x5 Rubik's Rubiks Rubix Rubics Rubick Cube Parity Errors Edge Edges Pair Pairing Professor Tutorial beginners Lesson Fast Faster Quickly Intermediate Advanced speed speedsolve fast faster placing centers Method edge pairing tredges 3x3 3x3x3 4x4x4 4x4 fridrich petrus algorithm parity errors help Erno Rubik 2 3 4 5 6 gen quicker quickly advanced match case world record
10 Jan 2009
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=== ATTENTION PLEASE === Answers to common questions/remarks: - The puzzle is called megaminx and http://mefferts.com sells it (if they're out of stock, try cube4you.com, cubefans.com, or ebay). Mine was already assembled, not a DIY. But I improved it like this: http://www.stefan-pochmann.info/spocc/speedsolving/megaminx/ Right now I might buy DIY. I hear the new assembled ones have tiles falling off and centers hard to open, so I'd prefer to do it all myself. - It is very similar to the normal 3x3x3 Rubik's cube, both structurally and for solving. Basically it's the same, only more of everything. Well, it *is* considerably harder to solve blindfolded, which I was the first to do, back in 2004: http://stefan-pochmann.info/spocc/blindsolving/megaminx/ - The video is real, I don't need to fake this. I've been official world champion and world record holder for a while. Browse http://worldcubeassociation.org/results/e.php?i=minx to learn more. Also watch my video response "Rubik's Cube reversed endings" at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J113SooGTKU before you embarrass yourself by saying this video is played backwards. - Erik Akkersdijk is now faster than me and he has a nice tutorial: http://www.erikku.110mb.com/minx.html - No, "wut" and "ur" and other idiot language doesn't make you cool, no matter what your fellow nine year olds claim. It only makes you look dumb and disrespectful. Maybe faster for you to write, but at the expense of everybody else. Identifies you as a reckless moron. - Update July 25, 2008: I won't regularly read/answer comments here anymore. Most are useless, use idiot language, or ask questions I've answered here. If you do have a comment or question you want to reach me and that's neither answered above nor on my website, please send me an email. Cheers! Stefan
22 Jan 2009
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Link to Step 7: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q195SqHiWoU This step we will arrange the top corners so that they are in the correct positions. This is the second to last step of solving the cube. The algorithm we must know is. Ri F Ri B180 R Fi Ri B180 R180 Official/Standard Notation: Ri F Ri B2 R Fi Ri B2 R2 **NOTE** A 180 degree turn is the same no matter what direction you turn the cube (clockwise or counter-clockwise). **NOTE** There is about a 1/6 chance that this step will solve your cube entirely!! That occurs if all of your top edges are already positioned correctly. Consider yourself lucky :-) But move on to learn Step 7 anyway. Looking at the cube's top layer, we must find two adjacent CORNER pieces which have the same color. When you find a side which has those two same-color corner pieces, that side becomes the BACK (B) side of the cube for the algorithm. *NOTE* If ALL SIDES have corners which have the SAME color, YOU can SKIP this step and move on to Step 7 *** If you do NOT have any same color corner pieces, then any side can be the back side, AS LONG AS the yellow face is on top and white is on bottom. NOTE: If you have two adjacent corner pieces which are the same color and also an edge piece in between them which is also the same color, please do not get confused and think you are ready for step 7. Step 6 is to correct ALL corners so that they are basically in the correct position and matched correctly to its 3 centers, which are specified by its 3 colors it has. Do not try to do step 7 unless your cube looks like either of the two cubes in the beginning of step 7. Those are the only possibilities!! how to solve a rubik's rubiks rubix rubics cube 3x3 tutorial rubik's help step by speed speedsolve solving unscramble fix learn simple easy easiest quick lesson cross fridrich petrus 3x3x3 4x4 5x5 revenge professor method algorithm beginners solution walk through guide
29 Aug 2009
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Link to Step 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGWXXzH9e24 Link to Step 3b - A Video Response PLEASE WATCH IF YOU HAVE ONLY YELLOW EDGES ON THE TOP LAYER!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFHZJ7bvWKg A Tutorial on how to place the middle edge pieces. *NOTE* THIS VIDEO IS NOT MEANT FOR YOU TO COPY EXACTLY AND FOLLOW ALONG. IT IS MEANT TO SHOW YOU WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR OWN CASES. PAY CLOSE ATTENTION AS I MENTION WHICH WAY TO TURN YOUR PIECE, WHAT SIDES TO LIFT, AND ESPECIALLY WHAT COLORS TO BE LOOKING AT. As viewer rorygamble (thanks) pointed out, I accidentally said "counter-clockwise" instead of "clockwise" at time 3:07. The move, however, was done correctly except I should have said "clockwise, or up" instead. Hope there was no confusion and let me know if there are any questions. Looking in the top layer, you must find edge pieces (have two colors) which do not have any yellow colored stickers (those are going to be placed later). The edge pieces you want to find are Red/Green, Green/Orange, Orange/Blue, and Blue/Red. Once you have found any of those in a top layer edge position, you must turn the top layer until the color on the side of that edge piece (such as blue in the blue/red edge piece) is matched with its center. You must then determine which direction the piece must be placed. If the color on top (for the red/blue piece that has blue on the side, the color on top is red) of the edge piece has a center to the left, the piece must be placed to the left, and vice versa. After determining where the piece needs to be placed, you must turn the top face a quarter turn AWAY from that direction. So if the red/blue piece is matched with the blue center (when blue colored sticker on the side) and the red center is to the left of the edge, you must turn that edge piece away from that center, or to the RIGHT (that would be top face counter clockwise). After you have turned the piece away from where it needs to be placed, you must take the side which has the color on the top of the edge piece (would be red on TOP for the red/blue piece if blue is on the SIDE) and perform the same move that was done in step 2. If the side is on the left, you do Li Ti L (or left up, top towards you, left back down). If the side that has the color the same as the top color of the edge piece is on the RIGHT, you perform R T Ri (or right up, top towards you, right back down). You will then notice that a WHITE bottom corner piece has been moved to the top layer. All you have to do now is place it back down by doing the same move we performed in step 2 and just before. Look at the color on the SIDE with white (not facing up) and match it diagonally with its corresponding center. If the corner piece is the Red/Blue/White, and blue is on the side with white, you must turn the top face until blue is matched diagonally with its center and then you MUST HOLD THAT CENTER ON THE FRONT FACE**. You must then look to see if white is facing to the left or to the right. If it is facing to the left when you are holding the center, you must do Li Ti L -- if white is facing to the right, you must do R T Ri. You should see an edge piece matched up now with its corner and the white bottom should be complete again. how to solve a rubik's rubiks rubix rubics cube 3x3 tutorial rubik's help step by speed speedsolve solving unscramble fix learn simple easy easiest quick lesson cross fridrich petrus 3x3x3 4x4 5x5 revenge professor method algorithm beginners solution walk through guide
12 Dec 2009
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Looking to see how to solve the bigger Cubes as a 3x3? Click THIS LINK to see my Video Explaining it! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hp1afuuZ5HE Unsure of how to solve a 3x3 Rubik's Cube? Check out my 3x3 Tutorial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_yU-EwlRRvc Goes over the 3 main types of parity errors you will encounter while pairing edge pieces on the 5x5 cube, the single edge flip, the edge swap, and checkerboard patterns. You will only need to know two algorithms in order to correct the parity errors, and you should already know the first one since it is also used to solve the 4x4 parity error. The first parity case I go over is one where we have one middle edge piece which is flipped. The algorithm I give you does not actually flip that single middle edge piece alone, but flips the two outer edge pieces over so they are the same orientation as the middle piece. The algorithm we use to correct this is the same algorithm we used in the 4x4 Tutorial for fixing the PLL parity error which occurred when solving the top cross. It is: (Rr)2 B2 U2 (Ll) U2 (Rr)' U2 (Rr) U2 F2 (Rr) F2 (Ll)' B2 (Rr)2 ________________________________________ The second type of parity case is one where we have two outer/wing edge pieces which have switched places. That algorithm we will be using is: (Ll)' U2 (Ll)' U2 F2 (Ll)' F2 (Rr) U2 (Rr)' U2 (Ll)2 ________________________________________ The third type of parity error is basically a mix of the first two errors we see and can be solved using both the above algorithms, and also an algorithm used to solve the 4x4 edge parity. HOWEVER, to keep to the simplicity of only having to memorize ONE additional algorithm and because this is a RARE case, we are only going to use the 2nd algorithm, which I call the "Edge Switcher". You can see the full set of algorithms at http://www.bigcubes.com/5x5x5/lastedges.html Once you have fixed all parity errors, you will then find that you can solve the 5x5 cube EXACTLY like a 3x3. What does that mean? It means that the 3x3 center block is identical to the 3x3 cube center. Each 3x1 tredge piece is identical to ONE 3x3 cube edge pieces. Knowing that, you can go on to do the cross, place the middle edge pieces, and complete the top layer. If you would like a demonstration, I solve the 4x4 exactly like a 3x3 in my "How to Solve a 4x4 Rubik's Cube - Step 3 - Parity Errors" video on my channel playlist for the 4x4 cube. You can fast forward to 1:00 and watch from there for the demonstration. If you can solve a 4x4 cube like a 3x3, however, then you should have little to no difficulty in solving the 5x5 either. There are also NO LAST LAYER Parity errors to worry about when solving the 5x5 cube as a 3x3. It is ready to go! Hope you found this tutorial helpful! As always please leave comments and/or questions if you have them and rate the video if you enjoy. Thanks for watching! How-To How To Solve a the 5x5 5x5x5 Rubik's Rubiks Rubix Rubics Rubick Cube Parity Errors Edge Edges Pair Pairing Professor Tutorial beginners Lesson Fast Faster Quickly Intermediate Advanced speed speedsolve fast faster placing centers Method edge pairing tredges 3x3 3x3x3 4x4x4 4x4 fridrich petrus algorithm parity errors help Erno Rubik 2 3 4 5 6 gen quicker quickly advanced match case world record
13 Jan 2010
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Link to Step 5 - Complete the Top Face http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HnCh0bfaZ9U A tutorial on how to solve the top cross. The algorithm we must know for this step is: F T R Ti Ri Fi. (i = the inverse move or counter-clockwise a quarter turn) Official/Standard Notation: F U R Ui Ri Fi *NOTE* There are obviously many different algorithms for solving the cube, especially the last layer of the Rubik's Cube. The algorithms I have chosen are the ones which produce results and patterns that I feel are easiest for a beginner to recognize and memorize. I also use the letter T for the "Top" or "Up" face, but please note that U is the "official" letter for the Upper face. This is really irrelevant as far as performing the algorithm, as long as you know when to turn the top face, you can call it whatever you like. Looking on the top face, after the bottom two layers are completed, you should see one of FOUR different patterns. IMPORTANT**For this step, the YELLOW CORNER pieces do NOT matter. We are ONLY looking at YELLOW EDGE pieces and also the center yellow piece on top. The four different patterns for the top yellow face are: One yellow center piece, a horizontal line, an L shape, or a cross. **IMPORTANT** The cube must be held in certain ways in order to perform the algorithm, so please view the video diagram to make sure you are performing the move correctly. ONCE YOU HOLD THE PATTERN ON THE TOP FACE CORRECTLY, THE FACE THAT IS CLOSEST TO YOU (FACING YOU DIRECTLY) IS NOW THE FRONT FACE! how to solve a rubik's rubiks rubix rubics cube 3x3 tutorial rubik's help step by speed speedsolve solving unscramble fix learn simple easy easiest quick lesson cross fridrich petrus 3x3x3 4x4 5x5 revenge professor method algorithm beginners solution walk through guide
13 Feb 2010
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Speedsolving the Rubik's cube. My fastest solve ever caught on video; I don't get much faster than this.
19 Feb 2010
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