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Patterns | Unusual resolutions




Here are my preferred pretty patterns you can do with the cubes. For the movements notation, see the paragraph "notations" of solution section.
The algorithms must be applied to the solved cube.

L R U D F B

F' B R' L D U' F' B

L R U D F B
F' B R' L D U' F' B

F B R L U F B R
L D

R F B R L U F B
R L D R'

R F L R F L

L U R L U L

R' F R B' D' R U R
B R D R U' B' R2 F2

F B R L

F B R L F B R L
F B R L

U F2 R B' F L' R2 B
F' D U2 R' F2 U'

U2 F2 R2 U' L2 D B R'
B R' B R' D' L2 U'

F2 D' R2 D' L' U' L' R
B D' U B L F2 L U2

U' R2 F2 U2 L' D2 B' L2
U' L2 D2 L U2 F' U2

B L D' U' F' U F D2
F2 D' B' D B F R' U'

L2 B' R' D B' F L' F
L' R U' B R F2

L B2 D R B' F D' L'
R D' U F' R2 U'

F B R L F B R L
F B R L U2 D2

Remark : if the animations above don't work on your computer, try to download this update. It can be the case with Windows XP users because java system isn't installed by default. The problem can be solved with the above link or by installing XP's Service Pack.

The applet used above was developed by Josef Jelinek (have a look at his site) who inspired himself of Karl Hörnell's and Lars Petrus' applets.


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