3OP

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3OP (3-Cycle Orientation Permutation) is a 3x3 blindfold cubing method that orients then permutes, permuting along cycles using 3-cycles. The original exposition by Olly (stiff_hands) is available at http://homepage.ntlworld.com/angela.hayden/cube/blindfold_frontpage.html

3OP, originally simply called the 3-cycle method, was used in 2003-2006 to set world records. It was the method of choice among the top blindfold cubers until the advent of more modern blindfold cubing such as M2 and BH.

See also

  • Corner Orientation ... algorithms for pure orientation of the corners
  • ELL ... algorithms for pure orientation of the edges

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