Magic Wondeful

Magic Wondeful
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Proposer(s): Jeremy Fleischman, David Games and Devin Corr-Robinett
Proposed: 2010
Alt Names: MW
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No. Algs: 18
Avg Moves: ? HTM
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Previous state: F2L-1 + pair + 2x2 cube state
Next state: OLL cube state

F2L-1 + pair + 2x2 cube state -> Magic Wondeful step -> OLL cube state


The Magic Wondeful step is the step between the F2L-1 + pair + 2x2 cube state and the OLL cube state.

The Magic Wondeful step (sometimes shortened in MW) is a set of last-layer control cases (for the 3x3x3) proposed by Jeremy Fleischman, David Games, and Devin Corr-Robinett in 2010. It orients the last layer while inserting the last F2L pair, if the pair is connected and there is a 2x2 block on the last-layer. Magic Wondeful is usually followed by the PLL step.

The spelling of "Wonderful" comes from a spelling mistake during the substep's creation which was kept.

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