Have you received or bought a **Rubiks-cube, 3x3x3 or 5x5x5 Professor cube or 7x7x7 rubiks kube,** and want to find the most intuitive and **simple sulution **for it? Then you are in the right place. This site will help you not only to **solve **the** cube,** but to learn by some few easy and intuitive steps how to do it.

This is the layer-by-layer method, or rim-by-rim method, or ground floor first, then every level until the roof is completed at the end.

Follow the simle steps of this

*usermanual*to find your ultimate**solution**to the**Rubik-cube**, either**3x3x3**and**5x5x5***rubix professor*cube. The solutions are based on the principle of first solving one side of the cube, then one rim (one by one rim for the**5x5x5 professor cube**), and finally the last side and rim. Someone told me that this method would be impossibly complex with so many moves for the 5x5x5 professor*rubix cube*, and advised first to make it into a 3x3x3 cube, then to solve the "3x3x3" cube. However, I found this method to be rather difficult for me, as I very often got lost somewhere. Thus, I developed a method to solve the 5x5x5*professor*cube the same way I solved the 3x3x3**rubik cube**, i.e. by building one side first, then one rim, then the next rim, and so on, until I finally solve the last side and the last rim.

Try it out, it is quite intuitive and

*simple*to follow. If you have problems, or want to share your suggestions how to even improve the steps further, please feel free to add your comments on each step.