Jul
20

How To Solve A Rubik's Cube (No Memorization) – Part 4/4

Posted by Debankur Banerjee Comments (25)

www.PhilipBrocoum.com Part 4 of 4 – I know, I know, my old Rubik’s Cube video sucked, but I’ve learned much since then. Hopefully, you will find these four videos more instructional. They will teach you to solve a Rubik’s Cube without any pre-memorized, magic sequences of moves.
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25 Responses to “How To Solve A Rubik's Cube (No Memorization) – Part 4/4”

  1. steggyman says:

    i had no idea

  2. iluminandoscholar says:

    so in this video you just explain how to rotate one corner how about moving it to a different side?

  3. TheBetterGamer says:

    Do you know NOTHING of stickers?
    Removing the stickers and putting them back on makes the stickers more vulnerable to coming off the next time you play with the cube.
    Idiot..

  4. TheSeptet says:

    I understand what you mean, but as you approach the solution, the amount of moves that you can perform to solve the cube approaches 1. Memorization builds understanding, if you actually pay attention to what the cube is doing while you’re moving it. I learned the cube in a day, after learning some algorithms. My friend can’t learn it, because he can’t look away from his cheat sheet to watch the cube. Learning what to move and then why is easier than learning how it moves and then how to apply it

  5. MrxMikey0110 says:

    just change the stickers lol

  6. Pulseczar1 says:

    @CuBeOrDiE It doesn’t matter whether you memorize a sequence, as long as you understand how it works, if your goal is to solve a cube while understanding every move that you make to the cube. If you use commutators enough, they will no doubt become memorized, perhaps even in muscle memory. This is unavoidable.

  7. neozenx says:

    awesome series..!
    

  8. pokemon3211 says:

    i gotta say, this method of solving the rubiks cube is gonna take some time to learn for sure.

  9. billpage says:

    well for some odd? reason i trype but nothing is on the interpaper? lets type gain like i said get the book mastering the cube get the book the simple solotuion to the rubicks cube get the magzine paper book the ideal solution to rubick cube by ideal toys

  10. billpage says:

    ps whast you said is soo true but if you have friends being comical lol they turn a pice like a corner wrong way and now all is solved but that corner so you then know t it the right way and some time they switch the stikers around even on the erno rubick parmid too:) but if you dont stick with the same color pattern it will be a nother coner pices you got a flio it around like wize if the do the middle to or coners and middles

  11. billpage says:

    ps whast you said is soo true but if you have friends being comical lol they turn a pice like a corner wrong way and now all is solved but that corner so you then know that your friends tricked you lol hehehe so you gota take that corner pice and take ioit off of the cube and flip it the right way and some time they switch the stikers around even on the erno rubick parmid too:) but if you dont stick with the same color pattern it will be a nother coner pices you got a flio it around like wize

  12. billpage says:

    cool

  13. Luisthabestest says:

    do we need gloves for this ?

  14. esjayay says:

    EXCELLENT STUFF! 

  15. RatBowlz says:

    thanks man! Your awesome! I finished the cube!

  16. rmj2n says:

    I was good up until part 3. You lost me man. You didnt explain in the other video how to get the last corner on the original side. I wasnt lucky to have mine solved already like yours so im stuck there.

  17. rmj2n says:

    Dude, Keep the cube still with the same side consistently facing you so we can understand the steps youre taking.

  18. 34rodzilla says:

    To sum it up I just made a sequence of impossibly fast unexplained moves after I told you what I need to accomplish two to three times. I would like to thank you for watching how to watch someone on youtube solve a Rubik’s cube. (no memorization)
    *warning may contain actual memorization and complete failure

  19. tuschman168 says:

    Maybe some of us like to use other parts of our brain as well. I’m not particularly good at memorizing but I do love to figure out stuff and this way you definately get a new level of understanding about how the cube actually works. (By the way: Telling people that they are idiots is never a good start for a comment. In fact, it’s never good in conversation period.)

  20. tuschman168 says:

    Today I finished my first rubic’s cube just by thinking about the moves and without any pre-memorized algorithms. And it’s all thanks to you. Thank you! Great video! It still took me a while but you are right when you say that everything you don’t explicitly teach us can be found out just by fiddling with the cube for some minutes.

  21. haakzyker says:

    I am a speedcuber, and i average about 12 seconds with full fridrich, and with this method i clocked in at 1 min 18 sec! Slow, i would say, but i used my head, instead of remembering something!

  22. MrDalex32 says:

    it took me a long time to solve the rubiks cube by long time i mean months but a least i can say i done it and i knew what i was doing so thanks stedwick 4 posting this video it really help me.

  23. stav1472 says:

    but why being an idiot?why not memo like 20 alg’s and then solving the cube like an actual GOOD cuber?this is a useless and slow and stupid way to solve the cube

  24. eazyrider17 says:

    brain asplode

  25. john17972 says:

    I solve all of 2 layers except one edge without algs (like he showed earlier) but then I use algs for the rest of the cube. After solving 2 layers I then position corners, orient corners, position edges, orient edges, in that order. I Had an average time of 1:56 for 5 solves.

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