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please give some useful books to learn the 'Fridrich method'

Postby tahsin549 » Tue Oct 02, 2012 10:32 am

i've just joined the forum . i am very interested in rubik's cube . know the 7step solution of the cube . now i want to improve my timing. by googling , i've heard that the Fridrich method is the quickest method to solve the cube . so , i want to learn the Fridrich method . please give me name of some books of "Fridrich method"
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Re: please give some useful books to learn the 'Fridrich met

Postby Zeotor » Tue Oct 02, 2012 6:55 pm

I think that Speedsolving The Cube, written by Dan Harris, has instructions for the method. One website (there are others) that has information is this one. YouTube has videos that you can learn from too.

tahsin549 wrote:i've heard that the Fridrich method is the quickest method to solve the cube .

There is not a method that is the fastest. Many methods can be used to get fast times, and the Fridrich method is one of them. Here are two videos that show this.

Sub 20 with 20 different methods by snkenjoi

Sub-20 with 20 different methods by 5BLD
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Re: please give some useful books to learn the 'Fridrich met

Postby tahsin549 » Wed Oct 03, 2012 2:12 am

tahsin549 wrote:i've heard that the Fridrich method is the quickest method to solve the cube .

There is not a method that is the fastest. Many methods can be used to get fast times, and the Fridrich method is one of them. Here are two videos that show this.

Sub 20 with 20 different methods by snkenjoi

Sub-20 with 20 different methods by 5BLD[/quote]
then what is the quickest method ?
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Re: please give some useful books to learn the 'Fridrich met

Postby Sharkretriver » Wed Oct 03, 2012 1:06 pm

There's no quickest method; it all depends on how much you practice.
Of course Friedrich and Roux are popular (but if you don't practice you can be stuck on over 30 seconds using those methods).
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Re: please give some useful books to learn the 'Fridrich met

Postby tahsin549 » Thu Oct 04, 2012 3:01 pm

Zeotor wrote:I think that Speedsolving The Cube, written by Dan Harris, has instructions for the method. One website (there are others) that has information is this one. YouTube has videos that you can learn from too.

tahsin549 wrote:i've heard that the Fridrich method is the quickest method to solve the cube .

There is not a method that is the fastest. Many methods can be used to get fast times, and the Fridrich method is one of them. Here are two videos that show this.

Sub 20 with 20 different methods by snkenjoi

Sub-20 with 20 different methods by 5BLD

what about THIS site ! please give your review
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Re: please give some useful books to learn the 'Fridrich met

Postby tahsin549 » Thu Oct 04, 2012 5:02 pm

Zeotor wrote:I think that Speedsolving The Cube, written by Dan Harris, has instructions for the method.


would you please give me the pdf download link of that book ?
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Re: please give some useful books to learn the 'Fridrich met

Postby Zeotor » Sat Oct 06, 2012 3:40 pm

tahsin549 wrote:what about THIS site ! please give your review

It is outdated. Most solvers currently solve the first two layers on the bottom, not the top. There are probably better algorithms for solving some of the cases too.

tahsin549 wrote:would you please give me the pdf download link of that book ?

The book has to be purchased. Any pdf download link would (probably) be illegal.
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Re: please give some useful books to learn the 'Fridrich met

Postby borginator2 » Sat Oct 06, 2012 5:33 pm

Zeotor wrote:The book has to be purchased. Any pdf download link would (probably) be illegal.


And as such, would force me to get out the ban hammer! :twisted:


***edit*** I just checked. Amazon are only selling it in paperback, so even a kindle ebook can't be got legally.
Please take off topic discussion off this forum. Thanks.
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