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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For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Which is easier 4x4x4 or 5x5x5 Cube? Joined Dec 21, Messages 5 Likes 0. I wanna know which one is easier to solve. Some people told me that 4x4x4 is easier because it has less cubes, but then others tell me the 5x5x5 is easier because it has a center piece or something. Can anyone tell me which one is easiest to solve?


I already can solve the 3x3x3 so I want something more challenging but not too challenging Kinda like the next level, after 3x3x3. Joined Dec 10, Messages 2, Likes Zarxrax Member Dec 23, So I’d just say go with 4x4x4, because it really is the ‘next level up.

Which is easier 4x4x4 or 5x5x5 Cube?

Joined Jul 16, Messages 59 Likes 0. Member Dec 23, What’s the 5×5 parity?

I’d say 5×5 is easier, although I’d get a 4×4 first if I were you. EmersonHerrmann Member Dec 23, That’s not considered parity is it?

You can just see it earlier It’s not necessarily a Parity. It’s what Rob said. Rob H I think. Basically, they have the same principle, solve the center, the edges, and solve like 3×3.

Maybe you can get megaminx if you want to, that would be more challenging because it has different shape. Okay, I didn’t know it was considered parity since you can see it before the 3×3 step. Try applying K4 to both. I find K4 is actually fun. Fun as is whopee.

Dan’s Cubing Cheat [Sheet] Site – 5×5 Reduction Algorithms

PEZenfuego Member Dec 23, Joined Jul 21, Messages Likes 0. One of my friends told me the basics of how to solve a 5×5 with reduction method. He told me to build the centers, build the tredges he didn’t parkty that word and then solve like a 3×3. With that knowledge, it didn’t take me very long to figure out how to solve it. With that said, I wouldn’t have had a popsicle chance in hell figuring it out on a 4×4 due to parity. So figuring out how to solve a 4×4 is harder.


I would consider 4×4 easier to solve for a few reasons. I can solve a 4×4 much faster than a 5×5 since I know the parity cases, the color scheme, and it has less cubies than a 5×5. In terms of solving the cube, it is easier.

Of course it is all a matter of opinion For me 5×5 is much easier. Despite the longer solving time. There is no top layer parity issues on a 5×5. There is parity ona 5×5 though. You get it in edge pairing. But you use one alg from the 4×4 and only 1 new one for the 5×5 pariy get past it.

ElderKingpin Member Dec 23, I think a parity is anything that wouldnt make any sense on a normal 3×3 On-topic: 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.

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