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Old 11 Jul 19, 08:24 AM  
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I was watching Death in Paridise last night and Kris Marshall completed a rubix cube. This got me thinking, for nearly 40 years I've tried on and off and still not managed to do it.

Has anyone completed a rubix cube? is there a certain way to do it?
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Old 11 Jul 19, 08:29 AM  
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Canít do it either but following for tips!
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Old 11 Jul 19, 08:31 AM  
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Peel all the stickers off and rearrange them.
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Canít do it either but following for tips!
It's like the world's best kept secret 🤣
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Peel all the stickers off and rearrange them.
😂😂😂

That was my method in the 80's 😂😂😂
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There is no particular trick or easy way other than memory - each piece can be moved to a particular position by doing a particular sequence of moves. It really is just a case of knowing all the sequences.

Which is why kids are good at learning to do it when they have all those new connections being made in their brains...
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There is no particular trick or easy way other than memory - each piece can be moved to a particular position by doing a particular sequence of moves. It really is just a case of knowing all the sequences.

Which is why kids are good at learning to do it when they have all those new connections being made in their brains...
Looks like my connections failed 😂😉
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Someone did that to the cube my mum and dad have (in their display cabinet, I might add -classy!). I think it was one of the grandchildren. I followed online instructions but there are two middle edge pieces that just won't go right.

Minnie18. You will be able to download instructions. The first face is easy, but after that I need the instructions.
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Someone did that to the cube my mum and dad have (in their display cabinet, I might add -classy!). I think it was one of the grandchildren. I followed online instructions but there are two middle edge pieces that just won't go right.

Minnie18. You will be able to download instructions. The first face is easy, but after that I need the instructions.

Thank you 😊 I didn't know you could get instructions. Oh the moral dilemma 😬 do I keep trying myself or cheat 😳
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Originally Posted by Minnie18 View Post
I was watching Death in Paridise last night and Kris Marshall completed a rubix cube. This got me thinking, for nearly 40 years I've tried on and off and still not managed to do it.

Has anyone completed a rubix cube? is there a certain way to do it?
Yes there are techniques to doing it, it will not happen by random trying. I used to be able to complete one in about three or four minutes, my sister taught me and she was taught by our neighbourís son. Sadly I cannot remember the technique now.
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