If you think you’re fast at solving the Rubik’s Cube, think again — this speedcubing master can solve it in just 0.6 seconds. Although being able to solve the puzzle in less than one second seems like magic, you don’t have to be superhuman to do it — it just requires some practice, an understanding of how the cube works, and these tips and tricks from seasoned speedcubers. If you want to get good at solving puzzles and really impress your friends and family (or just feel like a genius yourself), keep reading.

Understand the different stages of solving the Rubik’s cube

The goal of speedcubing is to solve a Rubik’s cube as fast as possible. When solving the cube, it is important to know the difference between speed solving and method solving. Speed solving involves memorizing sequences of moves, while method solving involves applying a series of algorithms that turn one face into another, eventually leading to all six sides being solved. For speed solvers, it is important that they memorize their algorithms well enough so that they can perform them on autopilot. Beginners should try practicing with a timer until they are able to complete their algorithm within a reasonable time frame and without errors. Memorization will help eliminate errors when performing algorithms under pressure during competition time frames.

Practice visualization

The first step is to solve one face of the cube by looking at it. This allows you to memorize what colors are next to each other on that side and makes solving it much easier. Next, look at any two opposite sides of the cube with corners of different colors. You want to find a way for all six colors on those two faces to be next to each other. The easiest way is just rotating one of those two sides until all six colors match up, which will make both faces solved. Repeat this process for every set of opposite corners until you have all six colors matched up and all faces solved.

Use a finger trick

The following is a finger trick that will help you solve the Rubik’s cube even faster. All you need to do is follow these simple steps:

1. Place your fingers on opposite sides of a face on the cube and simultaneously pull both cubes towards you with your fingers.

2. Move one of your hands, but not both, from that side of the face towards another adjacent side of a different color on the same face as before.

3. using your other hand, move it from that side of the face onto another adjacent side of a different color on an adjacent face as before

4. Repeat step three for each next adjacent pair until all six pairs are solved

5. Rotate any two matching corners clockwise or counter-clockwise until they match up.

Perform algorithms quickly and accurately

1. Remove any stickers on the cube and thoroughly clean it.

2. Rotate one face so that a single color, preferably white, is fully visible at one of its corners.

 3. Use this as your starting point and follow these steps for solving each side of the cube:

 4. Look for a corner piece with a different colour from what you see at the front centre of your puzzle and turn it until it matches up with that centre piece.

 5. Turn another edge piece so it matches up with two adjacent pieces on another face, and then move them together so they form an L-shape (or an I-shape).

6. If you cannot find a matching edge piece, look for an opposite coloured sticker along the current line of movement and rotate it by 180 degrees before moving it into place.

7. Remember to always look ahead – don’t get stuck on one part of the puzzle or you may make things worse!

8. Repeat steps 4 through 7 until all edges have been solved.

9. Swap out any remaining corner pieces that are not already matched with those at the back center of the cube; rotate them around until they are right way up, then flip them over if necessary

Know when to break the rules

The rules are there for a reason. A good rule of thumb is that if you can get away with breaking them, it will make your life easier. If not, then don’t break them and just follow along! If you’re going too slow, then swap out a couple of face turns for one or two edge turns. If you’re having trouble orienting the last layer, try memorizing how it should look when solved so that you know what pieces need to go where. And finally, practice makes perfect!

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