Solve the 3rd Layer Corners

You finish solving the corners with Move 4. This move flips 3 corners but doesn’t change the left-front corner, so I call it the “no change” (NC) corner. The move usually needs to be done 2 or 3 times.

Move 4 flips 3 corners.

The Setup

If no corners are solved.

If no corners are solved, start Move 4 with the top color (white) on the leftside of the “no change” corner. (Think “none left”).

If 1 corner is solved.

If 1 corner is solved, start Move 4 with the solved corner in the no change position.

If 1 corner is solved.

If 2 corners are solved, start Move 4 with the top color on the front face of the no change corner. (Think “too forward.”) This leaves you with 1 solved corner, so you’ll need to do the move 1 or 2 more times.


Move 4

Move 4

Are you really back? You are! You too arback, you too!
You’ve got this figured out don’t you? Amazing! Well friend, just one more step and will have solved the Rubik’s Cube. Let’s do it by going to the last step.

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