## Course Description

Do you have an unsolved Rubik's cube sitting around at home?

Would you like to learn a simple and repeatable method to solve it without having to continually refer back to a set of instructions?

In 2010 I decided to re-learn how to solve the cube & I got incredibly frustrated with all the tutorials I found on YouTube.

So I decided to create a series of videos on how to do it easier.  As I recorded those videos and watched them back, I realised that there were even easier (and faster) ways to teach the cube and now my record has dropped from 3 minutes down to 59 seconds.

My Method is easy to remember. It does not need you to learn long "algorithms" and then repeat them until they "just work"...

This is not only about being able to complete the cube, it's about understanding how you are solving it and being able to complete it quickly and easily in just a few minutes without having to refer back to a set of instructions.

It's a great party trick to learn!

A very simple way to learn...

...without complex Algorithms.
This course will teach you how to solve the cube easily

With a little practice you will be able to complete the cube easily in 5-10 minutes using this method without having to refer back to any notes or videos.

With more practice you will be able to do it in less than 2 minutes every time.

This method makes sense and is easy to remember, allowing you to impress your friends by managing to complete the cube each and every time!

## This is what you will learn on this video course :

Step One: Introduction

You will learn everything you need to do to solve the cube. You will understand how the cube moves around, what all the different pieces are and how they relate to each other. You will also understand how to read standard algorithms if you need to.

Step Two: Top Cross

You will learn how to complete the cross on the top of the cube. This is the first part of the cube and it's worth spending a bit of time repeating this step as practising it will help you understand how the cube moves and will benefit you later in solving the cube.

Step Three: Top Corners

You will learn how to place the top layer corners from wherever they are on the cube. This is probably the hardest part of the cube as it is the place where you learn to use "gaps" and you need to trust the system to temporarily "break" the parts that you have already put in place.

Step Four: Middle Layer

You will learn how to complete the second layer, which uses the first modified version of one of the sequences you learned in the previous section.

Step Five: Bottom Cross

You will learn how to create the cross on the bottom and align the colours by using moves you have already learned.

Step Six: Bottom Corners

You will learn how to finish the cube here by completing the last four corners. This is the hardest part of the cube, but it is still only one simple sequence.

John V Denley

## Course curriculum

• 1

### New Introduction

• Introduction to the cube

• How the side pieces move

• How the corner pieces move

• 2

### New White Cross (Top)

• Creating the white cross (practice)

• Creating the 'Daisy' and completing the white cross

• 3

### New White Corners (Top)

• Placeholder Lesson: Practice Practice Practice - Intro and basic move Need a NEW video here!

• Placeholder lesson - all potential positions of the white corners

• The basic white corner move "insertion on the right"

• The basic white corner move "insertion on the left"

• All possible white corner exceptions

• White Corner twist, when white is facing left

• White Corner twist, when white is facing right

• White Corner, when the white piece is facing the bottom

• 4

• 5

• 6

### Top Cross

• Top Cross - Full details

• Top Cross sequences only

• 7

• 8

• 9

### Bottom Cross

• Creating the cross - Full Description

• Aligning the colours - Full Description

• Create the cross - sequence only

• Aligning the colours - sequence only

• 10

### Bottom Corners

• First corner - Full description

• Second Corner - Full description

• Last Two Corners - Full Description

• The 'Left' sequence on its own (bottom right corner solved)

• The 'Right' sequence on its own (bottom left corner solved)