SOLUTION


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Firstly, for the people who didn't already read it, you should know that if you dismantled your cube, it is possible that you won't be able to solve it (see "Before starting" section)


Always start with the same face, it's easier and it allows you to save time if you solve it several times.
Let's say that we start with the white face (the white facelets are easy to locate).
Completing the white face is not enough, you have to complete the FISRT LAYER, here is the difference : the cubes of this face have to be placed so that you can later complete the other faces. But we are going to leave one empty corner, what will be useful later.
The purpose of this step is to obtain a cube that looks like the one below (you can twist the cube and turn the cube faces with the mouse) :

The center pieces are linked together and the other cubes move around them.
So you can base yourself on them to know how to position the other cubes.

In order to simplify the construction of this first layer, we are going to do it in 2 sub-steps :

  • Firstly you do a white cross with the right order so that the side colors match the ones of the central pieces of the second layer :



     (manage on your own to find the movements to apply...)


  • Secondly you complete the layer with the corner-cubes.
    This step is a little harder than the last one since you have to save the cross.
    I give you the basic algorithms, but you should find them without my help...

    F D F'

    R' D' R

    R' D R F Dē F'

    If you want to solve the cube in a good time, train yourself on this step. You can save time in this first part of the resolution.

    Now the cube looks like this one :



    2nd layer


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