## Step 2: Staircase Pattern

R L'
Turn Your Cube and Repeat Until Staircase Pattern Shows Up

## Step 3: Crosses Pattern

Go to staircase pattern. Make 2 staircases converge on the bottom right piece and 2 staircases converge on top left piece. Hold with side that is completely solved as front face and do staircase algorithm.

## Step 4: Checkerboard Pattern

L2 R2 U2 D2 F2 B2
To Reverse it and get back to a solved cube just do the algorithm again.

## Step 5: Center Switcher

L' R U D' F' B L' R

## Step 6: Cube Within a Cube Within a Cube

This is my favorite.
U' L U' F' R2 B R F U B2 U B L' U' F U R F'
<p>center swith turn the same center 4 times</p>
An easier way to do the &quot;crosses pattern&quot; is to do the following algorithm: U F B' L2 U2 L2 F' B U2 L2 U
<p>Center switch is U2 L2 R2 B2 for 2 sides.</p>
<p>You can also use slices for switching the centers, M S M' S'</p>
<p>Correction: its only R L if it is R L' it will make four crosses</p>
I would have been more helped by an explanation of what the directions mean. I don't understand what R L ' is telling me to do.
<p>Its telling you turn the right face clockwise and turn the left face counter clockwise</p>
Same
<p>True.... if it gives me the meaning of those letters I'd be happier.</p>
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<p>The 6th one is so F***ing immpossible. I have to use the crappiest solver ever to get my cube back to normal</p>
<p><br>Finally Done &gt;=|</p>
<p>Cube in a Cube in a Cube is wrong.</p><p>All B and L moves should be inverted <br><br>Ends like<br><br>U' L' U' F' R2 B' R F U B2 U B' L U' F U R F'</p>
For center switcher, do horizontal center and vertical center back and forth. Doesn't matter which direction as long as you maintain that direction
I could only get the checker board one to work and I already knew how to do that