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Given that you have to solve the last layer in 2 steps, what would be the best solution in terms of the number of moves required on average for each turning metric system?

I thinking that perhaps (orientation of edges + permutation of corners) and then (orientation of corners + permutation of edges) aka step 6 + 7 of the Petrus method might be a good idea, (although this is just a weird feeling lol, I don't have any logical explanation behind my thought )

I thinking that perhaps (orientation of edges + permutation of corners) and then (orientation of corners + permutation of edges) aka step 6 + 7 of the Petrus method might be a good idea, (although this is just a weird feeling lol, I don't have any logical explanation behind my thought )