Vous pouvez suivre de façon passable en regardant les cubes java. Je recommete d'y aller un tour à la fois, et tourner le cube sur lui même (cliquer-glisser sur le cube) pour voir où sont les pièces. Mais le mieux est d'avoir la même position sur votre cube, et d'essayer avec les solutions présentes. Vous pouvez faire ça en allant de la position finale aux étapes précédentes, mais je préfère mélanger le cube et le remettre dans le bon état.
- T1-7. S1. Plusieurs des 7 tour de coins valables. Je pourrais facilemnt commencer par un autre.
- T8-10. S2.The BWO coin is the obvious choice, but BYR is also excellent.
- T11-15. S3. 4 mauvaises cases. It's tempting to try to preserve the RY/B et/or OG/Y pairs, but it's rarely worth it. I just go straight for the mauvaises cases.
- T16-24. S4.A simple S4 with no real choices except in T21, where you can pick either of 2 options. The other leads to a 44 move solution the way I usually do it.
- T25 makes it easier to see the coins. [P13/3]
- T26-33 S5+6 is a fundamental move to solve S5-6 for this coin config
- T33-41 S7 Arne (A2)
- T1-4. S1. The existing BW/O pair makes this the obvious start.
- T5-10. S2. The BYO coin is a little easier than the other two
- T11-15. S3. There are 2 ways to fix these mauvaises cases in 5 mouvements. They look equally good to me. I pick one on retom.
- T16-29. S4. Nothing too obvious here, so I go for the GOW "coin cassé".
- T30 makes it easier to see the coins.
- T31-40 S6+7. (no S5) Bruno (G4)
- T1-8. S1+2 The RY/B pair gives an obvious starting point. Luckily, that also forms the OY/B pair, et with some unusual mouvements I can fix both S1 et S2 simultaneously. If you pick a half tour instead of the quarter tour in T6, you get the beautiful solution to the right (uses perfect B4), but that's hardly possible to see then.
- T9-13. S3. With both the BW/R et OW/R pairs already formed, you'd think there was some clever way to do S3 et S4 in one sweep, but I can't figure one out. So I just fix the cases without breaking the pairs.
- T14-20. S4. It's too hard to preserve both bleu pairs. I just do the simple one, luckily, the other falls right into place.
- T21-27 S5-6. is solved with a Niklas. The perfect FL solution is 12 mouvements, 4-5 mouvements faster.
- T28 color adjustment.
- T29-37 S7. Allan (A4)
- T1-9. S1+2 There are two good pairs to start from. I pick the GO/W, since the first tour also forms the GR/W pair. Some original thinking lets us do both S1 & S2 at once.
- T9-15 S3. 2 mauvaises cases left after.
- T16-26. S4 GRY est un "coin cassé".
- T27 Adjustement des couleurs.
- T28-34 S5. A Niklas does S5 et sets up the coins in Sune position. Niklas twists coins like Sune, so the "target" rules from S6 apply.
- T35-41 S7. I end with a Sune (B5) [P11/3]
- T1-5. S1. Despite WO/G being done, it needs 7 mouvements. YOB is the only decent coin to start with.
- T6-12. S2. All 3 coins suck. BWO looks a little more fun.
- T12-20 S3. There are 4 equally good ways to do T17. One day I might show all four here.
- T21-31 S4. All the other coins look downright hostile, so I start with the RYB one (OK, OYG has some promise too). T25 is key! Forming RW/B midway is unusual, but works great here.
- T31-40 S7. (No S5 or S6) Allan (A4). A great ending of a problematic solve. Bypassing S5 & S6 is just luck. I'm not that good!
- T1-9. S1+2. The GO/Y pair is "stuck", so I start for the GOW coin instead, while preserving the pair. With some very careful maneuvering in T4&T5 it all falls in place very nicely.
- T9-14. S3. I pick a half tour in T10 to preserve the RW/G pair
- T15-27 S4. GRW is the obvious coin for S4a. I make sure to split up the malformed GR/Y pair while building GRW. For T24 I can pick one of two tours, et do the one that gives a better coin configuration.
- T28-34 S5+6. Niklas
- T35-43 S7. Allan (A4)
- T1-12. S1+2. Only bad coins here bad. The WO/B pair is awkardly placed. The best I can come up with is to do the YOB coin, while preserving the WO/B pair, et try to keep things together. 12 mouvements is good for such a bad start.
- T12-19. S3. 6 mauvaises cases needs 7 mouvements. The third move you can go two ways, but I can't say which one is better.
- T20-33 S4. One of the 4 coins is slightly less bad than the other 3. In T20 I choose the move that separates the misformed BR/Y pair. In T30 I can go two ways. They look equally good (the other also ends in 52, but I didn't know that)
- T34-41 S5+6. This hety move solves this coin configuration for S5+6.
- T41-52 S7. Bert (A3).
- T1-7. S1. This one was painful! The GW/R pair looks great, but can't be completed in under 8 mouvements. The others don't look any better. The best I can find is this 7 mover for OYG
- T8-10. S2. I kept an eye at WOG during S1, et made sure it was in good position. T5 was key. .
- T10-12 S3. Only 2 mauvaises cases.
- T13-24 S4. YBO is the obvious choice for S4a. Very stetard S4b move.
- T25-31 S5. Maybe my least favorite coin config. There's a 13 tour S5+6 sequence that I don't know... So I do a Niklas.
- T32-41 S6+7. A lucky Bruno (G4). These can go much worse.
- T1-6. S1+2. GO/Y looks like the perfect start, but if you look more you see that you can build GR/Y first, while keeping the GO/Y pair intact, et do S1+2 as fast as you could do just S1 with GO/Y.
- T7-12. S3. In T10 I can go two ways, this one is best for the RGW coin
- T13-23 S4. Both RGW et BOY look good. RGW is 2 mouvements shorter.
- T23-32 S5+6. One of the 2 diagonal coin swaps I know.
- T32-40 S7.Arne (A2)
- T1-7. S1. One of several 7 move options.
- T8-14 S2. une des nombreuses options mediocres.
- T14-18 S3. The only way.
- T19-23 S4a. RGW looks slightly better than the others
- T20 Quarter tour instead of half tour to break up the problematic RB/W pair.
- T28 Half tour instead of quarter tour gives better final layer position
- T24-31 S4b. Simple stetard move that uses many tours.
- T32-39 S5+6. My stetard move for this coin position.
- T39-51 S7. Bert (A3)
- T1-10. S1+2. It's clear that RWG et OWG are the coins to go for. How to get there quickest is trickier. There may be a shorter solution.
- T11-18 S3. 3 mouvements longer than needed to preserve the 2 pairs. It seems worth it.
- T19-25 S4. The pairs work. I primarily build on the RWB trio, but the RY/G pair gets nicely built up using the same mouvements.
- T26-36 S5+6+7. Well known Niklas plus Sune (B5) case. 7 + 7 = 11 when the sequences melt together. [P10/1].
- T1-7. S1. BRY is one of several 7 move solutions.
- T8-13 S2. BRW is the least bad alternative.
- T13-20 S3. I have to work for it here too.
- T21-31 S4. GRY looks best.
- T32-45 S6+7. No S5. G3. [P12/2]
- T1-10. S1+2. A few 6 tour coins. I picked one at retom. Midway I decided to do S1+S2. T5-6 sets up S2 in mid S1.
- T11-15 S3. Textbook S3.
- T16-28 S4. No easy pickings. I do the easiest coin the hard way.
- T29 Adjustement des couleurs
- T30-40 S5+6. My stetard move for this coin position. [P13/6] (131).
- T40-48 S7. Allan (A4)
- S1+S2: 10.2 tours
- S3: 5.6 tours
- S4: 11.3 tours
- S5-7: 15.4 tours
- Total: 42.5 tours