How to solve a rubiks cube in under a minute
YOU CAN SOLVE THE RUBIKS CUBE! In Under One Minute: Beginners Edition by Dustin YarcPerhaps youve always had a Rubiks cube laying around your house and finally decided to learn how to solve it. Maybe you recently were introduced to the growing world of speedcubing by a friend, or watched a Youtube video. No matter your reason, this ebook will teach you how to quickly solve the 3x3 Rubiks Cube. With enough practice, these methods will enable you to consistently solve the cube in under one minute. The methods used are also designed in such a way that they can later be built upon to easily learn more advanced cubing methods such as CFOP (Fridrich Method.) Amaze your friends and family with your newfound skill!
Note: This guide relies heavily on colour images and is best viewed on a Kindle Fire or similar device with colour display. You can still learn on a black & white Kindle, but pictures may be a bit harder to distinguish. (As an added bonus, if you learn on a black & white display, you will also learn how to solve the cube colourblind!)
How to Solve a Rubik's Cube, Step by Step
A few hours later I could solve it in about 4 minutes all by myself. After a few days of practice I was down to about 2 minutes, but it was difficult to see how I could improve much further using the beginners method I started out with. My cube and dexterity does not allow me to do more than about 2 moves per second so I realized that I had to reduce the number of moves, rather than speeding up my fingers. After reading several websites about speedsolving techniques I set my self a tough goal — to become a sub cuber. I can now often solve it in less than 60 seconds, but I am not stable enough to call myself a sub cuber yet, but I am very close.
I'm Still not serious with that result But I'm still proud of it and not also bad for a 11 Year old.
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Step 1: The Cross
As of January [update] , million cubes had been sold worldwide,   making it the world's top-selling puzzle game. On the original classic Rubik's Cube, each of the six faces was covered by nine stickers, each of one of six solid colours: white, red, blue, orange, green, and yellow. The current version of the cube has been updated to coloured plastic panels instead, which prevents peeling and fading. For the puzzle to be solved, each face must be returned to have only one colour. Similar puzzles have now been produced with various numbers of sides, dimensions, and stickers, not all of them by Rubik. Although the Rubik's Cube reached its height of mainstream popularity in the s, it is still widely known and used. Many speedcubers continue to practice it and similar puzzles; they also compete for the fastest times in various categories.