Link to Part 4 – Parity Errors and Final Solve as 3×3 www.youtube.com This Part 3 will cover the method for solving the edge pieces of the 6x6x6 V-Cube 6. I will teach a type of beginner method, which works by starting from the inside edges and working your way out pairing one edge at a time. I believe it is easier and more intuitive for the beginner to visualize the cube edges as a 4×4 and then a 5×5. Pairing the inner edges of the 6×6 cube is the same exact concept as solving the edge pieces of a 4×4 cube. Once you have paired as many edges as you can, you will either have all 12 edge pairs complete, or you will have 2 edge pairs left. If two pairs are left, this indicates you have a parity error. The algorithm for fixing the inner edge parity error is: 3d RF’ UR’ F 3d’ Once you have paired all the inner edges and fixed parity, you will have effectively reduced the 6×6 edges to 5×5 edges. You can therefore pair up the remaining edges as you would on a 5×5 cube. There are 3 main types of last edge pair cases I go over in the video. These are all equivalent cases to the 5×5 cube last edges and can be solved similarly. The first edge parity case is one where you have a flipped inner edge group. To fix this case, we will place this group on the top layer directly in front of you. We then perform the following algorithm. r2 B2 U2 l U2 r’ U2 r U2 F2 r F2 l’ B2 r2 The second type of parity error is one where we have two outer wing edges which are switched. To fix this case, we … Video Rating: 4 / 5

Your good at doing tutorials. this really helped me. Thanks

jackyrobot321October 30, 2012

i use a different method where i pair the edges by 2s so that each 2 edges are paired like the 4×4’s individual edges, then i pair it like a 4×4, no edge parities occur.

cliffwalkinfoolOctober 30, 2012

Wowie ZOWIE, Rob!! Turning the 6x6x6 into a 5x5x5 and then turning IT into a 4x4x4 is just what the doctor ordered to get this thing to finally work its way down to becoming a 3x3x3. I watched the previous video but then struggled for almost three hours before finally watching the edge pairing part. (The series had kicked over to this video by the time I had a chance to comment on the previou one, so there’s my comment below.)

cliffwalkinfoolOctober 30, 2012

Down Over Down Over Up Over Up Over! Jeezis H. PARTICULAR Kreisdt!! If you weren’t a dude, I KISS you right on the smackarooni!!

levinrocks88October 30, 2012

look at the centers and if the centers are correct put all the white edges on the yellow side and match them up with their centers and then put them on the white side

levinrocks88October 30, 2012

is it strange if my way works and fairly different than yours

levinrocks88October 30, 2012

hey just try one and two and plus who cares if it taks an extra 5 or 10 minutes and im pretty sure its one

levinrocks88October 30, 2012

hey thanks and is it true that the 8x8x8 is coming out because i know how to solve the 2×2-7x7x7 and i don’t even have a 7x7x7 you rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrooooooooooooooooooooooooccccccccccccccccccccccckkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk

jakey66161October 30, 2012

Amazing help with the algaey rhythms for the inner and outer edge and after that I already knew how to do 3×3 in bout a minute so I didn’t bother watching part 4 :D

nrao2151October 30, 2012

Rob plz help the edge parity I have is none that you explained!plz help

pronoob555October 30, 2012

I <3 U!!!

After 3 days trying i finally solved my V 7 :D

soullarkOctober 30, 2012

what if you have one inner edge that needs to be flipped with the other edge piece straight across?

ChilliConCarnage625October 30, 2012

Can i use adv. Pairing on this or should i do 32223 then adv pairing?

iHaxerzOctober 30, 2012

will the 5x5x5 parity error algorithms work for the 6x6x6?

danielspringnodlanOctober 30, 2012

Dear Rob. When using the algorithm on 13:20 on a 5x5x5 rubicks cube, something happens to my cube, and i get problems with it. Can you make a video on showing, how to use it on a 5x5x5? please?

dmr778810October 30, 2012

3d R Fi U Ri F 3d’ i think that as its 3d aReFi yoU ReeF! then fix XD

MrLegoninjamanOctober 30, 2012

Im’ not a fast cuber by any means, but I find it easier to skip the 5×5 part. Instead of pairing the inner edge and then the outer edge you can pair one outer edge to one inner edge. This will skip reducing it to a 5×5 and will go straight to a 4×4.

stepayyyOctober 30, 2012

Thankyou soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo much. You have helped me with so many cubes!!

youdougitOctober 30, 2012

Hi, Rob. I am solving my 6x6x6 and I have 3 more edges to go. But I can’t seem to get it. Any help?

MrPenguinPowerOctober 30, 2012

For your parity error at 6.15, doesn’t it just work to R U’ B R2? Just wondering, because so far that has worked for me. After that I just do my normal algorythm for solving the two remaining edge pairs.

TheEuphBeastOctober 30, 2012

You know, that last parity error I have never seen while solving the 5×5 cube. I’ve seen the first one once. The most common one is definitely the second one. Oh, and just for the record, I’ve been solving the 5×5 at least once a day for over a year now.

CraziMEXICAN96October 30, 2012

erno rubik he’s the one who invented the 3×3 rubiks cube

Your good at doing tutorials. this really helped me. Thanks

i use a different method where i pair the edges by 2s so that each 2 edges are paired like the 4×4’s individual edges, then i pair it like a 4×4, no edge parities occur.

Wowie ZOWIE, Rob!!

Turning the 6x6x6 into a 5x5x5 and then turning IT into a 4x4x4 is just what the doctor ordered to get this thing to finally work its way down to becoming a 3x3x3. I watched the previous video but then struggled for almost three hours before finally watching the edge pairing part. (The series had kicked over to this video by the time I had a chance to comment on the previou one, so there’s my comment below.)

Down Over Down Over Up Over Up Over!

Jeezis H. PARTICULAR Kreisdt!! If you weren’t a dude, I KISS you right on the smackarooni!!

look at the centers and if the centers are correct put all the white edges on the yellow side and match them up with their centers and then put them on the white side

is it strange if my way works and fairly different than yours

hey just try one and two and plus who cares if it taks an extra 5 or 10 minutes and im pretty sure its one

hey thanks and is it true that the 8x8x8 is coming out because i know how to solve the 2×2-7x7x7 and i don’t even have a 7x7x7 you rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrooooooooooooooooooooooooccccccccccccccccccccccckkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk

Amazing help with the algaey rhythms for the inner and outer edge and after that I already knew how to do 3×3 in bout a minute so I didn’t bother watching part 4 :D

Rob plz help the edge parity I have is none that you explained!plz help

I <3 U!!!

After 3 days trying i finally solved my V 7 :D

what if you have one inner edge that needs to be flipped with the other edge piece straight across?

Can i use adv. Pairing on this or should i do 32223 then adv pairing?

will the 5x5x5 parity error algorithms work for the 6x6x6?

Dear Rob.

When using the algorithm on 13:20 on a 5x5x5 rubicks cube, something happens to my cube, and i get problems with it. Can you make a video on showing, how to use it on a 5x5x5? please?

3d R Fi U Ri F 3d’ i think that as its 3d aReFi yoU ReeF! then fix XD

Im’ not a fast cuber by any means, but I find it easier to skip the 5×5 part. Instead of pairing the inner edge and then the outer edge you can pair one outer edge to one inner edge. This will skip reducing it to a 5×5 and will go straight to a 4×4.

Thankyou soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo much. You have helped me with so many cubes!!

Hi, Rob.

I am solving my 6x6x6 and I have 3 more edges to go.

But I can’t seem to get it.

Any help?

For your parity error at 6.15, doesn’t it just work to R U’ B R2? Just wondering, because so far that has worked for me. After that I just do my normal algorythm for solving the two remaining edge pairs.

You know, that last parity error I have never seen while solving the 5×5 cube. I’ve seen the first one once. The most common one is definitely the second one.

Oh, and just for the record, I’ve been solving the 5×5 at least once a day for over a year now.

erno rubik he’s the one who invented the 3×3 rubiks cube

nice 5×5 stickers

when 7×7 tutorial coming??????