Rubik’s cube is a fascinating puzzle with a rich history and many different solving methods. The 3x3x3 puzzle cube was invented by Hungarian sculptor and professor of architecture, Ernő Rubik in 1974. The puzzle consists of six faces, each with nine stickers of a particular color. The goal of the puzzle is to solve it by twisting and turning the faces to get each face to have a single color.
There are many different solving methods for Rubik’s Cube, ranging from beginner methods that involve simple algorithms to advanced methods that require a deep understanding of group theory and advanced algorithms. Some popular methods include the beginner’s method, CFOP (also known as the Fridrich method), Roux method, ZZ method, and Petrus method.