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F2L Trick - Fewer moves, no new algorithms!

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Published on Aug 26, 2007

This is a trick that I heard about for speed-solving the middle layer edges of Rubik's cube. It's really ingenious--it uses about 4 turns per edge instead of 8, and doesn't require any algorithms! I've heard that many competitors used this technique in the early 1980s, before Jessica Fridrich came along with her "simultaneous F2L" method.

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