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How to Solve the Rubik's Cube/ZZ

The ZZ Method or Zbigniew Zborowski Method is a fast method for solving the Rubik's Cube created in 2006. It consists of three different steps: EOLine (Edge Orientation Line), F2L (First Two Layers), and LL (Last Layer).

EOLineEdit

For this step, practice by putting a finger on every bad edge you see. After some practicing, try to remember where the bad edges are instead. You should check the edges during your 3-15 inspection time if you want to finish the cube quickly. A misoriented edge will be referred to as a bad edge. Look at the top and bottom faces of the cube. If you see an orange or red sticker on an edge, it's bad. If you see a green or blue sticker on an edge, look at the other sticker on it. If the other sticker is white or yellow, it's bad. Now look at the front and back faces of the middle layer. The same rules apply. If you see an orange or red sticker on an edge, it's bad. If you see a green or blue sticker on an edge, look at the other sticker on it. If the other sticker is white or yellow, it's bad.