Because I have a system that works for me to memorize efficiently, and I've spent a lot of time memorizing algorithms.EO, or Edge Orientation, essentially describes how a particular edge piece (the one between two adjacent corners) is positioned. We call it "oriented" when it can be solved using only a specific set of turns, and "unoriented" or when it cannot be solved using that specific set of turns. Generally speaking, the more correctly-oriented edges, the better.
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(although I don't know that many, I only know like 20 lol)
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