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The concept of OLLOE (Orienting Last Layer + Opposite Edge) by Jayden McNeill

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In the recent mail by @ottozing ,he discussed an interesting LL concept called as OLLOE.

The concept goes like this,
"You try to permute (at least) two opposite edges if you don't like the idea of doing 1LLL or OLLCP for a given case, and you have multiple ways to force adjCP PLL. "

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