Solving the final side.

Dear lord, you're here already? Well then, you're almost done. The rules have changed a little for the last row though. The white side of the cube is still assumed to be the first side that Gabe has solved, but the cube is flipped for the final steps in order to make it easier for you to see, so what was the bottom of the cube is now the top.

Exchanging the sets of corners

You're in the hardest stretch now. It's time to solve the final row. The first thing you're going to have to do is adjust the corners. Get ready, this is hard, but it's going to get a lot harder before it gets better.

Reminder: Gabe has flipped the cube, making the solved side the bottom of the cube and the unsolved side the top.

Alligning the final corners

You've exchanged the two sets of corners, and now you have to align them so they're in the correct orientation. Here's the maneuver that will let you do that. You're almost done. Can you feel it yet?

Positioning the final four

Four more pieces left, but before you can solve them, you have to position them correctly. That's what your going to learn to do right now. This one can be a little tricky, but I'm sure you can handle it.

Orienting the final four

The final four are in the right position. Now it's time to orient them. This is the final move. Once they're oriented correctly, you'll have solved the cube. That's right, solved. You're done. Now you just need to practice and you'll be able to solve Rubik's Cubes without any help.