## How To Solve a Rubik's Cube Blindfolded

Rubik Cube Solution In Malayalam Pdf Foorekt S Diary. Solve The 3x3 Rubik S Cube You Can Do The Rubiks Cube. 7 Rubik S Cube Algorithms. The standard notation for the cube is up, down, left, right, face, and back, or U, D, L, R, F, B for short. Rubik's cube instructions will tell you to rotate to different sides. So, when the instructions tell you to move up, it means to turn the up side clockwise 90 degrees (1/4 the way around the top of the cube).

Solving a cube blindfolded sounds impossible at first, but I guarantee you anybody is capable of it.

You only need to know 3 algorithms, and memorize around 20 letters each solve.

Here are the steps:

- Memorize where each piece should go
- Solve 1 piece at a time
- The other pieces don't move while you do this

## Edge Solving Method

### Hold the cube with the white center on top, and the green center on front.

**Edge Swap Algorithm**: R U R' U' R' F R2 U' R' U' R U R' F'

#### Swaps __U__R (buffer) with __U__L (target)

### Look at the sticker in the buffer (__U__R) position, and swap that sticker to its solved position using the swapping algorithm.

### The edge swap algorithm can only swap with the target (__U__L), but you can add *setup moves* to instead swap with any sticker on the cube.

#### Example: Swapping the buffer with __F__L

#### Example: Swapping the buffer with __L__F

**Note:** Focus on the buffer (__U__R) to see where to swap with. If you pick the wrong sticker to swap with, you will get a flipped edge.

### Repeat this process until all of the edges are solved.

### If the buffer piece (white/red) ends up in the buffer position, swap with any other *unsolved* piece to continue.

### Tips for setup moves:

- As shown above, swapping to
__F__L and__L__F are two different sticker cases. - Do not use R/U/F/B moves to setup, since they disturb the other pieces moved by the swapping algorithm.
- Only use L/Lw/Dw moves.

- For
**D face**stickers, do some D-turn followed by L2 to setup. - For
**E layer**stickers, do some Dw-turn followed by L or L' to setup. - For
**M layer**stickers, do some Lw-turn to move it to the D face and continue setup.- Alternatively: do some Lw-turn to move it to the U face and use a J Perm PLL algorithm to swap it with the buffer.

- For
**S layer**stickers, do 1 move that puts it in the E/M layer and setup from there.

**Note:** A full list of setup moves is in the description of the tutorial video if you're stuck. However, you should not memorize these as they are intuitive.

## Corner Solving Method

### Hold the cube with the white center on top, and the green center on front.

**Corner Swap**: R U' R' U' R U R' F' R U R' U' R' F R

#### Swaps __L__BU (buffer) with __D__FR (target)

### The concept is identical to solving edges, with minor differences:

- The buffer sticker is
__L__BU, and the target sticker is__D__FR. Setup moves will bring pieces to__D__FR. - The corner swap algorithm is different.

#### Example: Swapping the buffer with __F__RU

#### Example: Swapping the buffer with __U__FR

**Note:** Focus on the buffer (__L__BU) to see where to swap with. If you pick the wrong sticker to swap with, you will get a twisted corner.

### Tips for setup moves:

- Do not use U/B/L moves to setup, since they disturb the other pieces moved by the swapping algorithm.
- Only use D/F/R moves.

- For
**D face**stickers, do some D-turn to setup. - For
**F face**stickers, do some F-turn followed by R' to setup. - For
**R face**stickers, do some R-move followed by F to setup. - For
**other**stickers, do 1 move that puts it in the D/F/R face and setup from there.

**Note:** A full list of setup moves is in the description of the tutorial video if you're stuck. However, you should not memorize these as they are intuitive.

## Memorization

Letters for Corners

### Instead of naming stickers by faces (i.e. UF edge, UFR corner), it is easier to memorize a single letter for each sticker.

**Example Scramble**: B2 R2 B2 L U2 R' B2 R2 B2 R' U' B' F L' B D R B2 D B' D' U

### 1. First Cycle (edges)

- Look at the sticker in the buffer location (
__U__R), and find where this sticker goes. Memorize this location.- In the example scramble,
__blue__/white is at the buffer, so I memorize**Q**.

- In the example scramble,
- At the location you just memorized, memorize where this piece goes. Stop when you reach the buffer piece (white/red).
__Yellow__/green is at**Q**, so I memorize**U**.__Blue__/yellow is at**U**, so I memorize**S**.__Red__/white is at**S**, and red/white is the buffer piece so I stop here.

- If every unsolved piece has been visited, memorization is complete. If not, continue to new cycles.

**Note**: You will not need a new cycle if your first cycle includes every unsolved piece.

### 2. New Cycles (edges)

- Memorize any unsolved piece that you have not visited yet (if any exist).
- In this example I will memorize
**R**, but there are many possibilities.

- In this example I will memorize
- Continue memorization the same way as before. Stop after you memorize the same
*piece*you began with.__Red__/blue is at**R**, so I memorize**N**.__Yellow__/orange is at**N**, so I memorize**X**.__Green__/white is at**X**, so I memorize**I**.__Yellow__/red is at**I**, so I memorize**V**.__Red__/green is at**V**, so I memorize**P**.__Blue__/orange is at**P**, so I memorize**R**.**R**is the same piece that I began the new cycle with, so I stop here.

**Note**: It is possible for a new cycle to begin and end on *different letters*, as long as they are still the *same piece* (example: R and H). You may have to do multiple new cycles to reach every unsolved piece on the cube.

### 3. Flipped Pieces (edges)

- Memorize any sticker on a flipped piece (if any exist).
- In this example the UL edge is flipped. I will memorize
**D**, but I could also memorize**E**.

- In this example the UL edge is flipped. I will memorize
- Memorize where this sticker belongs
__Orange__/white is at**D**, so I memorize**E**.

**Note**: There may be multiple flipped pieces.

### Repeat all of the above, but for corners. Here is a summary of corner memorization using the same concepts:

- 1. First cycle (corners)
**Before memorizing anything, I have already reached the buffer.**

- 2. New cycles (corners)
- New cycle: Memorize
**MWQXM**(begins and ends on the same piece). - New cycle: Memorize
**DUI**(begins and ends on the same piece).

- New cycle: Memorize
- 2. Flipped pieces (corners)
- The DFL corner is flipped. Memorize
**VP**, as the sticker at**V**belongs at**P**.

- The DFL corner is flipped. Memorize

### Letters memorized for edges: **QU SR NX IV PR DE**

### Letters memorized for corners: **MW QX MD UI VP**

**Note**: The number of letters for corners/edges must always be __both even__ or __both odd__.

### To memorize a sequence of letters, pair them up as shown above, and memorize an image for each letter pair. Next, make a story out of all the images.

### Example for edges: __QU__ick __S__ta__R____N__e__X__us __IV__y __PR__int __DE__ad.

### A very __quick____star__ falls out of the sky, takes out its __Nexus__ phone to photograph an __ivy__ plant, __prints__ the photo, and realizes the plant was actually __dead__. This is much easier to memorize than a sequence of 12 random letters!

### Another example is shown at the end of the tutorial video.

**Note**: If you are just starting out, you can write down the letters to avoid memorization mistakes.

## Solving After Memorization

### Solve the edges, possibly solve parity*, and then solve the corners.

### *If the number of letters memorized for edges/corners are __both odd__, then do the parity algorithm between solving edges and solving corners.

**Note**: The number of letters for corners/edges must always be both even or both odd.

**Parity Algorithm**: R U' R' U' R U R D R' U' R D' R' U2 R' U'

#### Use this between solving corners and solving edges, if you have memorized an odd number of letters for both.

### For each letter you have memorized:

- Do setup moves to bring the desired sticker to the target location.
- Do the swapping algorithm.
- Undo the setup moves.

#### While solving, you do not need to think about the buffer piece, new cycles, or flipped pieces. As long as you solve each letter in your memorization, the cube will be solved in the end.

## Example Solves

1. **B2 R2 B2 L U2 R' B2 R2 B2 R' U' B' F L' B D R B2 D B' D' U**

**Edges:** QU SR NX IV PR DE

**Corners:** MW QX MD UI VP

- Solving Edges:
**Q**: Lw' D L2 [swap] L2 D' Lw**U**: D' L2 [swap] L2 D**S**: Lw' D' L2 [swap] L2 D Lw**R**: L [swap] L'**N**: Dw L [swap] L' Dw'**X**: L2 [swap] L2**I**: Lw D' L2 [swap] L2 D Lw'**V**: D2 L2 [swap] L2 D2**P**: Dw' L' [swap] L Dw**R**: L [swap] L'**D**: [swap]**E**: L Dw' L [swap] L' Dw L'

- Solving Parity:
- No parity (even edges and even corners).

- Solving Corners:
**M**: F [swap] F'**W**: D' [swap] D**Q**: R D' [swap] D R'**X**: D2 [swap] D2**M**: F [swap] F'**D**: F2 [swap] F2**U**: D [swap] D'**I**: F R' [swap] R F'**V**: [swap]**P**: R F [swap] F' R'

2. **U' L2 D' U R2 B' D' U' L2 B2 R' U' B' F' L U2 F R2 U'**

**Edges:** KD IE XO WJ HL QN X

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**Corners:** OU SC VN QI F

- Solving Edges:
**K**: Lw D L2 [swap] L2 D' Lw'**D**: [swap]**I**: Lw D' L2 [swap] L2 D Lw'**E**: L Dw' L [swap] L' Dw L'**X**: L2 [swap] L2**O**: D' Lw D L2 [swap] L2 D' Lw' D**W**: D L2 [swap] L2 D'**J**: Dw2 L [swap] L' Dw2**H**: Dw L' [swap] L Dw'**L**: L' [swap] L**Q**: Lw' D L2 [swap] L2 D' Lw**N**: Dw L [swap] L' Dw'**X**: L2 [swap] L2

- Solving Parity:
- There is parity (odd edges and odd corners).
- [parity algorithm]

- Solving Corners:
**O**: R2 F [swap] F' R2**U**: D [swap] D'**S**: D F' [swap] F D'**C**: F2 D [swap] D' F2**V**: [swap]**N**: R' F [swap] F' R**Q**: R D'[swap] D R'**I**: F R' [swap] R F'**F**: F' D [swap] D' F

## Next Steps

Another walkthrough solve is in this video, showing new cycles and flipped pieces. Also, check the description of the tutorial video for answers to common questions.

The M2 method is a much faster way to solve edges, but it has more special cases to deal with. Once you can do blindfolded solves consistently, I recommend learning the M2 method, as well as other advanced blindfolded techniques.