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Is it possible to scramble a Rubik's cube so that each face has no more than 2 squares of the same color?

Here is my perfect scramble. This has: Every color on every face. No more than two of any color on a face. No two squares of the same color touching side-by-side on any face. No two squares of the ...
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What does it mean for a Rubik's cube to be perfectly scrambled, and how do you reach it? Without doing a checker board

Here is my perfect scramble. This has: Every color on every face. No more than two of any color on a face. No two squares of the same color touching side-by-side on any face. No two squares of the ...
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Is it possible to scramble a Rubik's cube such that no two squares of the same color are touching?

Here is my perfect scramble. This has: Every color on every face. No more than two of any color on a face. No two squares of the same color touching side-by-side on any face. No two squares of the ...
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How can I visualize the Mastermorphix 3x3 modification?

Having trouble visualizing the faces of your Mastermorphix? Consider repainting them to see what they really look like:
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Rubik's Cube with center pieces swapped, how can I find the correct combination?

Step 1: choose one corner and set 3 center colors accordingly. Step 2: 3 remaining colors belong to opposite sides, orientation determined with opposite corner. Step3: correct one of 3 possible ...
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Rubik's Cube with center pieces swapped, how can I find the correct combination?

The corner and edge pieces can be used to determine which color sides are adjacent. Find all corner pieces for one color face, and from there you can determine the colors of the adjacent 4 faces and ...
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Non-reduction methods for solving the 4x4 Rubik's cube

If you don't want to reduce it to a 3x3, you may want to try the K4 method if you solve a 3x3 with CFOP. I believe K4 doesn't have parity, although it might be harder than reduction. You can find a ...
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How to determine whether a Rubik's cube is solvable

There are 3 things to check: Corner Rotations Edge Parity Permutation Parity Corners Rotations As Jaap Scherphuis wrote, you can look at the yellow and white faces of a cube. Every yellow or white ...
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How to Flip Adjacent Edges like this

With orange as the front face do R, B, (M' U')2 M', U2, (M' U')2 M, U2, B', R'
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