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How to Solve a Rubik’s Cube: Beginners’ Guide

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## God’s Number – Solving Rubik’s Cube in 20 Moves?

Since its introduction to the wider public in 1980, the Rubik’s Cube has fascinated mathematicians worldwide. The deceptively complex puzzle holds many unanswered questions. There are constantly new finger tricks, new algorithms being developed, and new challenges coming up. One fascinating question that took 30 years for mathematicians to calculate was God’s Number. God’s Number …

## Comparing Different Methods for Solving the Rubik’s Cube

Since the invention of the cube in 1974 by Erno Rubik the toy has fascinated people around the world. When it first came out millions of puzzles remained unsolved since there were no known methods for solving it. In 1981 Patrick Bossert wrote a guide “You Can Do The Cube”, a step-by-step tutorial that became …

## Step-by-Step CFOP Guide (Fridrich Method)

First Lesson: The white cross The first speedcubing World Championships were held in 1982 in Budapest. Minh Thai (USA) achieved the top time of 22.95. Today many speedcubing methods have been developed resulting in a world record of 4.22 seconds by Felix Zemdegs. As a beginner, if you want to improve your time you must …

## Intro to the CFOP Method to the Rubik’s Cube

CFOP (cross, first 2 layers, the orientation of the last layer, a permutation of the last layer) is one of the most popular speedcubing methods. It is also known as the Fridrich method, named after its developer, Jessica Fridrich. It helps speedcubers solve the Rubik’s cube in significantly fewer moves than using the beginners’ method. …

## Intro To the ROUX Method

Roux is a speedsolving method discovered by Gilles Roux in 2003. The word is pronounced as “Roo”, as “x” is silent. This method uses the “block building” and “corners first” strategies. It features a low number of movements, reduced hand rotations, and is suitable for one-handed solving. In contrast, the more popular Fridrich method requires …

## How to Take Any Rubik’s Cube Apart?

If you didn’t already know, the Rubik’s cube can be taken apart and put together again. You might be wondering why anyone would want to do that. There are a number of situations when one has to do just that. Here are some examples: The faces do not turn easily and make a screeching noise …

## How Do You Lubricate a Rubik’s Cube?

Rubik’s Cubes and other twisty puzzles require regular lubrication so that they can perform well. Lubrication is a significant aspect of speedcubing, known to halve the time of cubers.  Poor lubrication means a greater resistance when turning or rotating the Cube, leading to it working poorly and affecting the speedcubers solving speed. A range of …

## Learn Rubik’s Cube Finger Tricks

After learning speedcubing algorithms, finger tricks are by far one of the most important aspects to achieving faster speedcubing times. Finger tricks are mechanical actions performed by the fingers that help a cuber execute the solutions of any moves in the shortest time possible.  Finger tricks also minimize the transition between each move by performing …

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