This video tutorial will teach you how to solve the F2L (first two layers) of a Rubik's cube with a Fridrich F2L Method.
This is only the basics of solving the first step of the Rubiks Cube, which means no algorithms, just right positioning, and if you can get quick enough it should shave some time off your solves.
To do this method, you should already be able to solve the cube with the beginners method, hopefully with a average of 1:30 or less. If not, still learn it, it'll help you out.
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