# How do you solve Yau 4 by 4?

## How do you solve Yau 4 by 4?

Proposed in 2009 by Robert Yau, the Yau method for solving the 4×4 is widely used by top 4×4 speedcubers. The method is a slight variant on the reduction method, with the main difference being that we solve the centers and the cross for the 3×3 stage before we pair up all the edge pieces.

### What is the algorithm for a Rubik’s Cube?

List of Rubik’s Cube Algorithms 3×3

Step Algorithm
1. Getting the “white cross” F’ U L’ U’
2a. First layer left corner D L D’ L’
2b. First layer right corner D’ R’ D R
3a. Right edge piece placement U R U’ R’ U’ F’ U F

#### How to solve the Rubik’s Cube?

3 Tips for Success Mindset is critical – learning to solve the Rubik’s Cube is difficult but if you persevere, you CAN solve the Rubik’s Cube. Keep the Rubik’s Cube on a table or use a mat like the one on www.YouCanDoTheCube.com to maintain the same front face for an entire algorithm (sequence of moves).

How do you solve the 4×4 cube?

We solve the 4×4 grouping the 4 centers and the edge-pairs together, and finally solving it like a 3×3. Some speedcubers can solve this cube under 30 seconds so it can’t be that hard! We use letters to mark the rotations on the cube, similar to the the Rubik’s Cube notation.

Which side of the Rubik’s Cube is the White side?

Keeping the white cross on the UP (U) face, hold your Rubik’s Cube so the WHITE tile is on the FRONT face. If the WHITE tile is on the bottom, see the tip below. To change a White tile from facing down to facing front:

## How do you put a white cross on a Rubik’s Cube?

20 Action 3 Keeping the white cross on the UP (U) face, hold your Rubik’s Cube so the WHITE tile is on the FRONT face. If the WHITE tile is on the bottom, see the tip below. To change a White tile from facing down to facing front: 1. Hold your Rubik’s Cube with the corner on the RIGHT face. 2. Follow this algorithm. F D’ F’ DD