This webpage describes a method for solving Rubik's Cube in very few moves.

It differs from most conventional methods in that it does not make use of any pre-calculated (computer or otherwise) tables of move sequences. This means that the solver does not memorise tables of solutions, but instead learns how to solve the puzzle, move by move, with a complete understanding of how each individual move affects the puzzle.

## Table of Contents

- Rubik's Cube basics
- Fundamental techniques
- Stage 1
- Building the 1st square
- Building the 2nd square
- Building the 3rd square
- Building the 4th square
- Advanced tips and hints for stage 1
- Stage 2
- Joining the squares and orienting the edges
- Building 2 pairs
- Inserting the last 3 edges
- Solving the last 3 corners
- Advanced tips and hints for stage 2
- Miscellaneous