Introduction


These pages describe a speedcubing technique for experienced cubers. Other cubers may use a similar approach, because there's nothing very special about it. When I found it, I decided to give it a chance because you can make it very efficient using a limited set of formulae. 

The algorithm: Four main steps  
Build a 1x2x3 block on a side Build an opposite 1x2x3 block Solve the 4 remaining corners Solve the 6 remaining edges and 4 centers 

Notation and color scheme 

My cubes follow Rubik's standard color scheme. Similar colors on opposite sides help a lot: White/Yellow, Orange/Red and... hum... Green/Blue. They look like on the pictures below. 