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4 Look Last Layer

If you feel that you've already mastered the beginner method and are itching to get faster, here's a logical next step. If you're using my beginner method, it takes you one look to orient edges, up to three looks to orient corners, up to two looks to permute edges, and up to three looks to permute corners. In a worst case scenerio, that's 9 LOOKS to solve the last layer. In an advanced method such as CFOP, this takes no more than two looks. However, by learning only a few extra algorithms, you can ensure that it tes no more than 4 looks to solve the last layer. The links below will bring you to the pages that will show you only the algorithms you need to know to solve the last layer in 4 looks or less every time.

Orientation of Last Layer

Orient Edges

There are only 3 algorithms for this step. Even if you are using a beginner method, you probably already know all of them.

Orient Corners

There are only 7 algorithms for this step. One of these is the one that you repeatedly use to orient corners in my beginner method. Therefore, there are only six cases to learn to be able to solve this step in only one look.

Permutation of Last Layer

Permute Edges

There are only 4 algorithms for this step (two U permutations, the Z, and the H). However, If you are doing this case first, however, you REALLY only need three of them (you can get away with learning only one of the U permutations). However, I recommend learning both U permutations so that if the corners were already permuted and the edges need to be cycled counter-clockwise, you can solve this step in one look (this happens 1 in 18 solves).

Permute Corners

There are only 3 algorithms for this step (two A permutations and the E permutation). Since you should already know an A permutation from my beginner method, there are only two algorithms left to learn.