Brandon and I met on reddit and soon afterwards he sent me a friend request on Facebook. Usually I ignore or reject friend requests from people I don’t personally know or have never met, but for Brandon I made an exception. As guys with similar aged kids, and as Rubik’s Cube enthusiasts interested in how best to teach the next generation not only how to solve, but how to problem-solve, think independently, and grow good habits, I actually did feel that Brandon was a friend.
So there you have it. Long story short, we are both active on a wonderful Facebook Group for Cubing Moms and Dads (recently founded by the tireless and entirely generous #fanaunt of speedcuber Drew Brads), and Brandon needed somewhere to host his OLL guide, so here it is…
Brandon says: “Hey folks, whether you are learning yourself or your child is learning, I put together what I think is a good resource for those using CFOP method to learn all 57 cases for the “O” step.
“It shows a picture of each OLL case, my preferred method to solve it, and an algorithm to create the case when applied to a solved cube. Most of the “creator” algorithms are other OLL solutions. Enjoy!”