i don't have a void cube, so i thought this was pretty cool. but i'm sure quite some people who don't own a void cube already knows this.that's basically a void cube. Void cubes have a parity where two edges can be swapped and the "invisible" centers are swapped along one axis 90 degrees.
Because they are removing and re-applying the centre caps from a 3x3, it's relevant information that "the centres are ignored" or "the centres aren't in a solvable position". When there is an edge parity on this 3x3, the "actual" centre colours are not in a position that is solvable without affecting edges, regardless of the superficial colour put on them by the centre caps.I don't understand why people keep bringing up centers when talking about a void cube, a cube without centers. Parity is caused by a 4-cycle of edges, plain and simple. Absolutely no need to talk about centers that aren't even there.
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