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Welcome to Bob Burton's Here you can learn how to solve the Rubik's Cube or if you already know how to solve, you can learn how to get faster. If you have never solved a Rubik's Cube before, check out the beginner pages. These pages will direct you step-by-step to solving a Rubik's Cube. It will take some effort and practice, but it's really not as difficult as you might expect.

If you already know how to solve the cube and are just looking to get faster, check out my pages on the Fridrich Method. Here, you can learn how to become more efficient on solving the cross, solving the F2L as corner-edge pairs, and solving the last layer in 4 looks (2 looks for OLL and 2 looks for PLL). From there, you can learn all 57 OLL algorithms and all 21 PLL algorithms. Note that anything after the Beginner's Method assumes you are already familiar with Rubik's Cube notation.

If you feel you've mastered the Fridrich Method and are looking to improve by supplementing with advanced techniques, check out my pages on Advanced F2L techniques such as VHLS, Winter Variation, ZBLS, and perhaps even last layer algorithms such as COLL.

If you're looking to solve a different puzzle, check out my solution pages for the Pyraminx, 2x2x2, or 4x4x4.