EOArrow

EOArrow
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Information
Proposer(s): Michael Humuhumunukunukuapua'a, Brayden Mossey, Alex Maass
Proposed: 2016
Alt Names: EO Mock Cross, EO Cross-1
Variants: EOLine, Mock Cross
Subgroup:
No. Algs: 0
Avg Moves:
Purpose(s):
Previous state: Scrambled cube state
Next state: EOarrow cube state

Scrambled cube state -> EOArrow step -> EOarrow cube state


The EOArrow step is the step between the Scrambled cube state and the EOarrow cube state.

The first step of the Hawaiian Kociemba Method. It involves orienting all 12 edges, while simultaneously placing the arrow edges (DL, DF and DB).

After the EO part, the cube is reduced to <R, U, L, D, F2, B2> . After placing arrow edges, the cube is reduced to <R, U, L>, meaning it can be solved completely by turning only the R, U and L layers. (see also EOLine)