Published on Aug 24, 2012
Some notes (please read before watching):
1. My skewb has my irregular colour scheme (sorry). In the video, I always solve the first side on the white face, which is opposite of the purple face. The colour scheme in the images stay consistent with this, be aware that the "last four corners" I refer to are always the purple corners. Sometimes corners are light grey instead of dark grey, and that indicates that you turn around those corners for an algorithm.
2. Some of the steps go by quickly. If you're following along with a skewb in your hands, be ready to pause the video whenever you need to, and rewatch parts if necessary.
3. I have a written guide (link below), however I go into more detail in the video. I discuss some tricks to remember the case angles, that aren't explained in the written guide. Also, in the guide I introduce a notation to describe the moves, in case moves are hard to catch in the video. I suggest watching the video first, to get a good overall understanding first, then learn off of the written guide. They go hand-in-hand.
Written guide: http://sarah.cubing.net/skewb/my-method
1:00 Skewb Basics
1:47 Notation (FCN)
2:54 Method Basics
3:54 Beginner's Variation
8:27 Intermediate Variation
11:40 Advanced Variation
12:22 Tips etc.
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