Last layer has 4 cases. So, both layers would together would add up to 8 cases. But, that won't work because there is a middle layer in Dino cube that you would also have to one look. And that would be pretty hard.How would you do that though? And how many cases would there be?
Well, thats not true, ive got now a way to 1 look the entire solution, but that would require more than 15s of inspectionLast layer has 4 cases. So, both layers would together would add up to 8 cases. But, that won't work because there is a middle layer in Dino cube that you would also have to one look. And that would be pretty hard.
Well first you need to predict the 1st layer moves, so you can know where the 2nd layer pieces are and how to put'em in place, so you predict 3rd layer.
Thanks. I'll try to learn this if I can. (I'm very bad at look-ahead and one-looking. Lol)Well, its hard
No. That is a normal thing. I don't really know about other people, but I consider both valid.I find it helpful if both the normal and flipped color schemes are considered valid, as it makes the first layer even more trivial to inspect. Just have to make sure opposite colors stay opposite. There's no rules about that, right?
the God's Number of the six-colour Dino Cube is 10 (when solving into either solution) or 11 (when solving into one specific solution).Dino cube is trivial enough that a dedicated solver should be able to see the optimal solution each time. What's God's number for this puzzle?
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