Andy Klise’s 5x5x5 Guide. Most Algorithms by Pictures by Josef Jelinek r U’ r’ r U2 r’ r U r’ U r U2 r’ r’ F’ l’ r U r U’ l r’. Last Edges. No Parity x’ d (R. These are all of the cases solving the last two edges of a 5x5x5 using a reduction method. The algorithms are mostly from and Meep’s site. Here are the “Last 2 Edges” and parity cases you can encounter while solving the 5x5x5. Hold the cube so that the two edges to solve are at Front and Back of.

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Now use Move 5a to rotate eight of the equator pieces pariyt between opposite faces or Move 5b to rotate between adjacent pieces. In terms of solving the cube, it is easier.

The directions for what parts of the cube to turn and when are given in a code that is relative 5x55x the current positioning of the cube.

There is no top layer parity issues on a 5×5.

5x5x5 Parity : Cubers

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When the bottom is completed, finish the top using Move 4b to get the last piece into position. This move can be parlty to associate two wings with their appropriate edges on the right side: They are not parities just difficult edge pairing cases. Log in or sign up in seconds. This process will take quite some time. A letter with a 2 following it means to turn the side two turns halfway around. Armed with that knowledge I tackle the OLL parity using no extra algs.


Try applying K4 to both. Associate wings with their appropriate edge pieces Use Move 6 to join wings with their appropriate edge piece.

5×5 Edge Parity Algorithms – Imgur

But you use one alg from the 4×4 and only 1 new one for the 5×5 to get past it. A 5×5 only gets OLL parity. On higher order cubes, solve from the inside out, and use parity algorithms as you go.

With that said, I wouldn’t have had a popsicle chance in hell figuring it out on a 4×4 due to parity. Want to add to the discussion?

He told me to build the centers, build the tredges he didn’t use that word and then solve like a 3×3. There are a countless number of virtual states, but the importantly: Fun as is whopee. There is a better alg. This move can be used to associate two wings with their appropriate edges on the right side:.

The second situation is also a different presentation of OLL parity. With that knowledge, it didn’t take me very long to figure out how to solve it.


To increase clarity, I have shown a lot of colored pieces. What’s the 5×5 parity? You can’t see them, but they’re there. The Pieces see the Key cube above: Move 6a will not work in this situation, since it moves three pieces.


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Basically, they have the same principle, solve the center, the edges, and solve like 3×3. As far as algorithms go, there’s nothing to do but memorize, unfortunately. The figures in this document represent a sample cube. You parihy need 1 Algorithm for the OLL parity which you might know, it’s the one you use to pair outer edges to inner edges on a 5×5.

Solve the remaining points on the sides 4. Practicing them over and over until you have them down is, at some point, the only way. To complete the top fill in the keyhole: Solve the bottom points Get the four green points on the down bottom face in place, using Move 2a and Move 2b as necessary.

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I think 5×5 is easier, because it doesnt have as many parities as a 4×4 but if you plan to go on to the 6×6 get a 4×4 first the even number cubes have no fixed centers and more parities then the odd ones.