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Can we solve a 3x3 each doing only one move?

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2016STEE01
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I would prefer one reply for user but I'm not gonna be super strict. Yes, I gave Owen Morrison permission and I would allow it to shut down the attempt of changing the method. Other people have replied twice and if that's you, it's fine, don't delete it because that would mess the whole solution up.
Just wanted to point this out guys
 
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Move : L
Breaks up OrangeGreen pair. Maybe the next few moves would be solve redblue first then orange green.


L B F' U' F2 U2 R2 // Cross
R' U R U R L' U L2 R' U L' L' U L // ZZF2L
this is the current solution i presume, since Filipe did a U' and Liam did a U2 so I changed the last move to U.
 
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