OLL and PLL
This is a popular method for solving the last layer that can take as few as two steps. OLL stands for “Orientation of the Last Layer”, and the result of this step is to orient all of the third layer stickers on the up face. PLL stands for “Permutation of the Last Layer”, and the result of this step is a solved cube! Before proceeding, make sure you can use the simple OLL/PLL last layer method.

Two Look OLL
Start here… you will identify ten patterns and learn ten algorithms. Seven of these patterns require a single look and a single algorithm to orient the last layer. The other three patterns are easily transformed into one of the seven singlelook patterns…
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Two Look PLL
Next, you will identify six permutation patterns and learn the six associated algorithms… two of these algorithms cover all possible corner permutation cases, and the four other algorithms cover all possible edge permutation cases…

One Look (Full) PLL
There are twentyone PLL cases to learn, and you already know six of them! Once you recognize all of these cases and become proficient at applying the twentyone associated algorithms, you will be able to solve the permutation of the last layer in a single step…

One Look (Full) OLL
There are fiftyseven OLL cases, altogether. If you are proficient with two look OLL, then you already know ten of them. Learn the remaining fortyseven patterns and algorithms and you will be able to orient the last layer in a single step every time…