F2L is the most important part of the solve. From beginner level to pro level, F2L is usually the step with the most room for improvement because it requires recognizing and tracking multiple pieces at once, while having quite a lot of freedom. In theory, there are so many unique F2L cases that memorizing them all would be a very slow way to learn it. Once you understand the intuitive concepts from this tutorial, you should practice it until it feels somewhat natural, before moving on. Traditionally, watching walkthrough solves was the best way to learn advanced F2L.
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Thanks in advance! This will help you know which ones you can use and which ones you can't to form other pairs.
Don't take them out to re-pair them. But you have a solved corner already, so save it! Now you have a solved edge that you can make use of. Undo the set up moves to see what happens with the corner in this case. Sometimes its better to learn algs than use intuition, especially with something like those. Smiles Member. SpeedCubeReview Member. Time, and practice. Figuring out some algorithms wither yourself or on these forums will help greatly to an intuitive solve.
This might sound crazy but learning Roux has massively improved my intuitive F2L. You must log in or register to reply here. Beginner Intuitive F2L. Jun 29, Jan 30, Jul 4, Aug 23, Is keyhole F2L better then intuitive F2L? May 8,
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Intuitive F2L Tips
The first two layers F2L of the Rubik's Cube are solved simultaneously rather than individually, reducing the solve time considerably. In the second step of the Fridrich method we solve the four white corner pieces and the middle layer edges attached to them. The 41 possible cases in this step can be solved intuitively but it's useful to have a table of algorithms printed on your desk for guidance. To be efficient try not to turn your cube around while solving and look ahead as much as possible. Familiarize with the algorithms so you can do them even with your eyes closed. In the beginner's method solving the white corners and the second layer edges were two separate steps, but in this stage you should already know this. In the advanced Fridrich method we're going to pair them in the top layer, then insert them where they belong.
Intuitive F2L Tutorial in 6 Minutes + Example