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Summary ...tions! You have placed your first piece. Notice that we considered this piece in place when it was correctly positioned in the upper right-hand corner of the Rubik's Cube. The following procedures for... ...g the rest of the top corners of the Rubik's Cube also rely on that same assumption. The Top Center Piece Before we can continue you must move the appropriate Blue Center piece to the center t... ...the cube 1 turn to the left so that the upper right-hand corner does not have a properly positioned piece in it. When we finish putting t... ...his second piece in place, your cube will look like this: Now you need to put the second piece in place. First, let's find it. Keeping the one solved piece in the upper left-hand corner, spin the bott...
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Page date 2006-01-03
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Summary ...ngratulations! You have placed your first piece. Notice that we considered this piece in place when it was correctly positioned in the upper right-hand corner of the Pocket Cube. The following procedu... ...t so that the upper right-hand corner does not have a properly positioned piece in it. Your cube should look like: Now you need to put the second piece in place. First, lets find it. Keeping the one ... ...solved piece in the upper left-hand corner, spin the bottom of the Pocket Cube until you find the piece you want the Red/Blue/Yellow corner . Note: It is possible that the corner you are looking for i... ...ll need to jump to The Third Corner and then come back to this corner last. Once you have found the piece you wanted, keep turning the bottom u...
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Summary ...e pieces at this time. STEP 1 - First Corner Start by finding the Yellow/Orange/Blue corner and rotate the entire cube in your hands until you match the cube below. Our goal for the 4 top corners is t... ...ished piece out of its corner position so that we can put the next piece in place. When we finish this step you will have these corners completed. Since we are looking for the Blue/Orange/Green corne... ...tion it directly below where it belongs - in the front-bottom-right corner. If you can not find the piece on the bottom layer skip to the THIRD corner and ... ... this step a little later. If you did find a match, follow one of the three steps below to move the piece into its proper place. STEP 3 - Third Corner Before looking for the next corner, s...
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Summary ...een as column two so that you can position the first edge piece - the Green/Blue Edge. All pieces with dimmed colors are shown for reference only. The normal dark colors represent the pieces we will b... ...tely concerned with. ONE DOWN, THREE TO GO... Spin the third column until you can position the next piece Green/White next to the Green/Blue piece as shown. This piece actually belongs below ... ...the Green/Blue piece also shown and this following procedure will move it there. PROBLEMS? - If you can not find the second piece on Row Three, perform this move, and look again. TWO DOWN, TWO TO GO... ...... Spin the third column until you can position the next piece White/Yellow next to the White/Green piece as shown. This piece actually belongs below the White/Green piece also shown and this followi...
Page address http://helm.lu/cube/solutions/revenge/sideedges/sideedges.htm
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Summary ...se the 5 images below to assist you in solving the entire Red Face of the cube. If you run out of pieces on the two center rows: You will most likely find more on the bottom layer. If so, the fifth st... ...ep below will move bottom pieces up into the two center rows so that you can use steps 1 through 4 to properly place the pieces. It is also possible that all the Red Edges are actually on the top but ... ...in the wrong positions. If so, use one of the steps 1-4 to put a bogus piece in it's place, thus forcing it out of the top position. STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP 4 STEP 5 ORANGE FACE: Now that the R... ...use we will soon put them back. When you used steps 1 - 4 above the process successfully moved your piece into place, but it had another, probably unnoticed...
Page address http://helm.lu/cube/solutions/revenge/topbottomedges/topbottomedges.htm
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Summary ...DE CENTERS Ahhhh, the last step. In these final moves, we will be constructing the rest of the cube piece by piece. There is a common theme to all of these possible moves below. They all share the... ... core move, but all are preceded and finished with a few Preparation/Finishing Moves. Simply find a piece that is out of place, and if it belongs on an adjacent not opposite face, you will be abl... ...e to use one of the images below to put that piece in place. The only pieces that are of any importance in the illustrations below are the pieces you are moving. Any other color or piece shown is for ...
Page address http://helm.lu/cube/solutions/revenge/sidecenters/sidecenters.htm
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Page date 2006-01-03
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Summary ...an Supernova Date: 09/04/05 HUNGARIAN DODECAHEDRON. As Meffert's dodecahedron but with smaller edge pieces whic... ...ON. As Meffert's dodecahedron but with smaller edge pieces which gives a starlike pattern on each of the twelve faces. Made in Hungary. Distributed in France by Céji Interlude as Le Diamant Hungaria... ...rnova French Date: 29/10/07 HUNGARIAN DODECAHEDRON. As Meffert's dodecahedron but with smaller edge pieces which gives a starlike pattern on each of the twelve faces. Made in Hungary. Distribute... ...nova Hungary Date: 23/04/06 HUNGARIAN DODECAHEDRON. As Meffert's dodecahedron but with smaller edge pieces which gives a starlike pattern o...
Page address http://www.helm.lu/gallery2/main.php?g2_view=slideshow.Slideshow&g2_itemId=1378
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Summary ...be that looks like this: The Four Top Edges You will need to find an edge piece that belongs on the top layer. So that you do not undo the hard work you accomplished in putting the top corners in pla... ...ce, please do not rotate any of the sides of the cube while looking for these pieces. You are only allowed to spin the bottom layer or the middle layer. We now need to strategically position your foun... ...d piece. Spin either the bottom layer or the middle layer in order to position your found piece to match one of the 5 possible scenarios below. Follow the instructions below each scenario to properly ... ...position that one piece. Repeat this process up to 4 time to place all 4 edge pieces on the top. When you have completely finished the top edges, you will be ready to SOLVE the Center Row. ...
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Summary ...hen tackling this middle row. To start, simply look at the 4 edges on the Bottom Layer and find one piece that does not belong on the Bottom Layer. Once... ...a piece is already in place, but backwards, as shown below. Unless the piece is on the bottom row you will not be able to get it properly in place, so simply put a bogus piece, from the bottom row, in... ... its place - this will force the problem piece to the bottom row so that you can use one of the two methods above to put it back in place. Repeat this process for each edge piece and you will have co...
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Summary ...hould look like this: NOTE: Gray stickers simply indicate that you need not be concerned with those pieces at this time. STEP 1 - Cen... ...Orange pieces. Before looking for the next Center, spin the entire cube in your hands one turn to the left. This will move the Just Finished piece out of its position so that we can put the next piece...
Page address http://helm.lu/cube/solutions/revenge/topcenters/topcenters.htm
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Page date 2006-01-03
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