Thursday, May 15, 2014

6x6x6 Swapped Edges

I solved this puzzle a couple times using the same approach as with a 4x4x4—

  1. White and Yellow Centers
  2. 8 Corners
  3. White and Yellow Edges
  4. Middle Layer Edges
  5. Middle Layer Centers

There is never a parity issue when doing it this way. Never. But then I read that Kevin Sadler has a different way of solving it that also avoids parity. I tried following his outline but obviously did something wrong because at the end it looked like

1 comment:

  1. Ho ho ho! It is not by any means an easy solve - it is a fun thing to do and is currently my favourite ways to solve a 4x4 and a 6x6. I will get the technique written up asap for you!