How to Solve the Rubik’s cube!

How to Solve the Rubik’s cube! (universal solution)

Learn how to Solve the Rubik’s cube! Find out how to solve any 3×3 Rubik’s cube in minutes with this simple trick.

1. We’ll be using the following Algorithm: L R2 B L’ R U2 F2 L B D U2 B L’ R2 B2 L’ D2 U L’ B2 U2 R2 B D2

2. Each letter from the above Algorithm represents a particular move in your Rubik’s cube where:

F (front): the face facing the solver.

B (back): the back face.

R (right): the right face.

L (left): the left face.

U (up): the upper face.

D (down): the face opposite to the upper face.

Letter followed by “2” means turning the corresponding face 2 single turns.

Letter followed by an apostrophe mark (‘) counter-clockwise.

3. Once you get familiarized with the Move Notations, you can easily solve the Rubik’s cube regardless of how scrambled it is.

Video by NathanWilson


Hey what’s going on guys today I have
something really really cool that I
haven’t seen anywhere else on YouTube
this a couple of videos on it that are a
little old but I don’t think it has as
much attention as it needs now I was
reading up about God’s number now this
is the number that they gave to the
Rubik’s Cube which is basically the
lowest number of moves that it would
take to put a Rubik’s Cube back into its
solved state from any given scramble
which is 20 it takes just 20 moves from
any given scrambled well at most 20
moves as the most efficient method to
return any cube back into its solved
State now I found this to be very
interesting but of course it does take
more moves than that to return a cube
back into its solve state because we use
algorithms and those algorithms have a
set number of moves so usually it would
be like well actually I don’t know how
many moves it would take on average if
someone can let me know what that is let
me know in the comment section below I’d
really be interested in hearing about
that but I also found often doing a
little bit of digging but it turns out
these same people that figured out that
it takes 20 moves to bring a rubik’s
cube back into its solved state from any
given scramble they also found an
algorithm that can be applied to the
rubik’s cube on any angle on any
orientation of any scramble that we’ll
have the cube pass through it’s solved
state they have some statistics
apparently it’s not always the case it
might be like 75% of the time but the
cube will pass through its sold States
whilst completing this algorithm so
here’s the algorithm here I actually
wrote it down so I had to put a grid
there so I could actually follow it
because it was kind of getting jumbled
up so we have L R to be L prime are you
– f2 l b d u to be L prime R to be – L
prime D 2 u L prime V 2 u 2 R to be D 2
long algorithm 25 steps long but this
this algo if applied to any scrambled cube on any
any axis or any orientation it will turn
the cube back into its salt State so
let’s give it a try so I got a got a
cube here I’m just going to give it a
scramble because I don’t have a
scrambler here right now and I think
that should be good enough all right so
let’s just give this a try and see where
it ends up okay so let’s try the
algorithm so let’s do L R to be L prime
are you to f2l B D you to be L prime R
to be to L prime D 2 u L prime V to u 2
R to be D 2 and there you have it back
into its old state i which i think is
rather interesting i’ve been messing
around with this all night and I was
pretty surprised to see that it actually
works that’s actually a very rare case
where you get right to the end of the
algorithm usually it will pass through
it solve state at any given point on
this algorithm so you could probably get
like 9 or 10 steps in usually it’s
around 14 15 that the puzzle will be
solved just to prove that this works I’m
going to do it again so let’s just do
another scramble here you can try this
at home you can try this one right now
if you have a Rubik’s Cube then you can
give this a try yourself if it’s already
scrambled and you can keep follow along
with me and give this a try so let’s
just do a load of scrambling here ok so
that looks pretty good so let’s give
this another try so L are to be L Prime
are you to f2l B D you to be L prime are
to and it’s already passed through
itself States you can see I’ve got B to
L prime D to you and the rest of the
algorithm still to go so that is the
nature of the algorithm it’s not like
any other algorithm where it will cycle
the pieces the cube will pass through
it’s solved state along this algorithm
now this they have some statistics with
them I haven’t been able to find them
but basically if you get to the end of
the algorithm and the puzzle hasn’t been
solved and all you had to do is go full
circle and just continue with the
algorithm from L all the way through and
usually by the second time sometimes it
happens you’ll have to go through the
third time but basically if you just
continue following this sequence the
cube will pass through its old state
whilst performing this algorithm okay so
the the reason that it does this I’m not
entirely certain that basically this
algorithm has been built on statistics
statistically what is most likely to
bring two pieces together and this is
just based on all of the other
algorithms that are out there floating
around today all of the ll all of the
PLL all of the f2l algorithms they all
come together and statistically with
this sequence of notations you are more
likely to get a to bring just a couple
of pieces together so it will bring two
or four pieces together and the reason
that it solves the puzzle is because at
some point in this process these
clusters of pieces will line up into
their solid state which i think is
rather interesting now I don’t
understand the entirety of it if you
understand this more than I do then
please provide a detailed explanation
below because I am NOT you know setup
for explaining this kind of stuff I
don’t have my head kind of wrapped
around it but anyways hope you guys
found this video informative give this a
try for yourselves thank you guys
watching and I’ll see y’all next time.
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