RubiksCube_Solution(Booklet-exerpt) 11 pages that were xeroxed over 30 years ago

RubiksCube_Solution(Booklet-exerpt)


While working in Charleston, SC, I had a friend with teenagers who were learning to solve the Rubik's Cube. She let me borrow her pamphlet/booklet during a Christmas party and I xeroxed the 'important' pages of it. Now, I am retired and have a lot of time. I've found that learned skills will not be retained unless they are used. (Like muscles need to be used.)

Keep in mind that there are many solutions to puzzles and using this booklet solution was the one that I learned many years ago. Now, there are several videos on the internet that may provide good solutions too. (Many of them are on youtube.

Well, we have computers now. I also scanned it and decided to put the information on the internet. I can email the URL (internet-address) link if you let me know that you would like the solution booklet that I have scanned.

Final comment: The solution booklet that I copied has 11 'important' pages. The solution is to put one layer at-a-time in order and there is a 'process' as described in the booklet. In my opinion, it is best to skip to page 11 and start with the First-Steps-to-a-Solution. Feel free to ask me any questions that you may have. Learning to solve the cube is both challenging and fun. It requires time and concentration. Good luck. (The booklet was black-and-white print and I have written some notes on it. The actual solution starts on page 11.)

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_Page 7 is the beginning of the part that I xeroxed_

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_Page 11_ In my opinion, it is best to skip the first two pages and start here.

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_Page 13_ (a continuation of the first step)

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_Page 15_ First-Layer Edge Cubes and the meaning of clockwise

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_Page 17_ The First-Layer Corner Cubes

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_Page 19_ Interlude (My opinion, a lot of empty white-space.)

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_Page 21_ A Better way of Describing Moves - using a shorter-notation for the rest of the booklet

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_Page 23_ The Midde-Layer

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_Page 25_ The Last-Layer (Note: First, you move the colors to the proper location.

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_Page 27_ Edge-Flips and Corner-Twirls (Note: I suggest that you write-down the color that you are changing.)

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_Page 29_ Last page

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