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Published on Jun 11, 2012
Here is an alternative method in solving the Fisher Cube, with not so simple of a start. This actually better represents the question that the viewer had regarding solving. This time instead of starting with a side with the solid square center, we're going to navigate through this with one of the non solid multicolored centers.
This is a much more interesting solve as it gives us the potential of walking into a most unusual false placement issue which can masquerade as a parity. Unlike any other mod solves, and somewhat like the void cube and the upcoming maze cube, this false placement has to do with a hidden wrong rotation of one of the two single colored square centers. This video goes through how and why that happens, and how to get out of it. Enjoy!
All algorithms are just like a 3x3, except for the opposite edge swap. This will also rotate the enter on the R face by 90 degrees, thus fulfilling our requirement of a total of even number swaps: R 2U R 2U R 2U R 2U R 2U