Rubik’s Cube Final Layer Solution

By Duy Nam Ton Upper Cross Formation: Situation 1a: Situation 1b:

If Situation 1a, use: Right ↑, Top ←, Back ←, Top →, Back →, Right ↓ (6) If Situation 1b: Use the move above twice. (12) -ORFor Situation 1b:

Use: Right ↑, Back ←, Top ←, Back →, Top →, Right ↓ (6) If Situation 1a: Use the move above twice. (12)

Edge Switcher: To solve the following:

Use: Bottom ←, Left ↓, Bottom ←, Left ↑, Bottom ←←, Front ←, Bottom ←, Front ↑, Bottom → Right ↑, Front ←, Right ↓ (13) Three-Corner Shuffle (Clockwise): To do the following:

Use: Right ↓, Top ←, Left ↓, Top →, Right ↑, Top ←, Left ↑, Top → (9), Repeat if necessary. -ORThree-Corner Shuffle (Counter-Clockwise): To do the following:

Use: Top ←, Left ↓, Top →, Right ↓, Top ←, Left ↓, Top →, Right ↑ (9), Repeat if necessary.

Last Corner Rotation: To solve the following by rotating the colors of the indicated (yellow) corner:

1. Select a corner, and then position it as indicated above (in yellow). 2. Make sure the corner two-cubes behind the selected corner (dark gray) is correct. 3. Use: Right ↓, Bottom ←, Right ↑, Bottom → (4), Repeat until the indicated corner is rotated correctly. May take up to four repeats. When the selected corner is rotated correctly, two situations can arise: I.

If the selected corner is solved correctly, but the two cubes below it is disoriented, as pictured above. Rotate top layer clockwise (Top →), then do step 3 of “Last Corner Rotation”. -OR IFII.

Where the selected corner is solved and everything else is correct, then rotate the whole cube counter-clock wise, then do step 3 of “Last Corner Rotation”.

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