Want a new way to solve the OLL (Orientation of the Last Layer) on a Rubik's Cube? Well, go no further, this video tutorial will show you how to use the 2-Look OLL method to solve the Rubik's Cube.
The 2-Look OLL is simply the Fridrich OLL step, but done in two stages so that the number of algorithms needed is reduced from 57 to 9.
If you dream of being a mighty speedcuber, this way will get you there. Just start solving the Rubiks Cube with the full Jessica Fridrich Method, except switch out the OLL in the Fridrich for the 2-Look OLL.
Opposite Edges: F (R U R' U') F'
Adjacent Edges: f (R U R' U') f'
All Edges: [F (R U R' U') F'] [f (R U R' U') f']
Anti-Sune: (R' U' R) U' (R' U2 R)
Sune: (R U R') U (R U2 R')
Cross Symmetric: F (R U R' U') (R U R' U') (R U R' U') F'
Cross Not Symmetric: (R U2) (R2 U') (R2 U') (R2 U2 R) or: [f (R U R' U') f'] [F (R U R' U') F']
Headlights: (R2' D) (R' U2) (R D') (R' U2 R')
Chameleon: (r U R' U') (r' F R F')
Diagonal Corners orient: F' (r U R' U') r' F R
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