## Solving Edges

### 4. Solve Three Ledges

To solve the Ledges (which stands here for left-side edges - those with white stickers in the pictures) you use the following simple sequences.

Ledge in bottom-front:

Ledge in front-bottom:

Ledge in top-right:

Ledge in right-top:

Ledge in top-left (flipped in its place):

### 5. Solve Four Redges

Redges are right-side edges, which have yellow stickers in the pictures.

Redge in bottom-front:

Redge in front-bottom:

Redge in top-left:

Redge in left-top:

Redge in top-right (flipped in its place):

### 6. Solve Last Ledge

Ledge in bottom-front:

Ledge in bottom-back:

### 7. Flip Midges

The edges in the ring needs to be flipped in most cases before you can proceed to the following step of positioning them. How shold you know which ones need to be flipped? There is a simple rule to spot the incorrectly oriented edges: Look at two colors - color of an edge sticker (choose either one of the two) and color of the center adjacent to the chosen edge sticker. If the colors are the same or oposite (red + orange or blue + green) the edge is just fine. It is flipped otherwise. There may be only none, two, or four of them.

Two top midges flipped:

This sequence is so symmetrical and easy to remember that it is hard to forget after you learn it (I have read long time ago that Rubik himself found this sequence, not sure if it is true or not).

### 8. Place Midges

Three midges in forward cycle:

Three midges in backward cycle:

Two top midges and two bottom midges swapped:

Two and two midges diagonally swapped: