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Rubik's Cube Solution
Apr 29, 2007 ... This is a tutorial for my method of solving Rubik's Cube. ... I also have some tips on the physical as well as the mental aspects of speed ...
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The Java Cubes
If you can't see the cubes at all, you probably don't have Java installed or activated in either your browser or computer. ...
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The Java Cubes
There are several different coloring schemes on available Real World cubes. I use the one I learned the cube with. It is forever programmed into my whole ...
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Rubik's Cube Solution
Apr 29, 2007 ... If you are a total beginner, look at this description of the basic concepts of Rubiks Cube. The animated Java cubes that are used for ...
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Rubik's Cube Solution
Apr 29, 2007 ... Contains information, terminology, Java applets, tips on the physical and mental aspects of cubing, and a description of the Petrus method ...
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Rubik's Cube Solution
Apr 29, 2007 ... The Petrus method has 7 steps: Step 1 - Build a 2x2x2 corner; Step 2 - Expand to 2x2x3; Step 3 - Twist the edges --- 2, 4 or 6 bad edges ...
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Rubik's Cube Solution
Apr 29, 2007 ... Contains information, terminology, Java applets, tips on the physical and mental aspects of cubing, and a description of the Petrus method ...
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Rubik's Cube Solution
Apr 29, 2007 ... Contains information, terminology, Java applets, tips on the physical and mental aspects of cubing, and a description of the Petrus method ...
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Rubik's Cube Solution
Apr 29, 2007 ... This is a tutorial for my method of solving Rubik's Cube. ... Click play for a sample solution in 41 turns. ...
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Rubik's Cube Solution
Apr 29, 2007 ... This is a tutorial for my method of solving Rubik's Cube. ... Click play for a sample solution in 41 turns. ...
 
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