# CxLL aS B

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## -S B

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As for all Sune cases you look for two sticker of opposite colours in the U-face and then find at least one more of the same colours. One of them is always at one side of the single oriented corner. In this case there are two adjacent stickers in U, a bar you can say and the other two are in another bar (in the image at the L-side) and the two bars together shows perpendicular bars of uniform colours. The case -S F looks much the same but there the bars has got a chess board pattern. Case S L is the mirror of this one. |

### COLL

- (y) R U2 (R' L') U2 R U' R' U2 (L R) U2 R'
- (y) R U2 Ra' U2 R U' R' U2 Ra U2 R' ... same but Ra notation
- (y x') U' R F2 R' U R U' F2 U l' ... optimal, preserves edge permutation

### CLL

- ...

### CMLL

- ...

### CLLEF

- y r U2 (r' L') U2 r U' r' U2 (L r) U2 r'
- y' R B2 R2 U2 R B' R' U2 R2 B2 R'

### CF / 2x2x2 (Waterman)

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### EG

**EG 2** --> 2x2x2

**EG 1**

- ...

**EG 0**

- y' RUR'UF2R'UR'F

CxLLedit |
U |
D |
R |
L |
F |
B |

U |
U U |
U D |
U R |
U L |
U F |
U B |

T |
T U |
T D |
T R |
T L |
T F |
T B |

L |
L U |
L D |
L R |
L L |
L F |
L B |

S |
S U |
S D |
S R |
S L |
S F |
S B |

-S |
-S U |
-S D |
-S R |
-S L |
-S F |
-S B |

Pi |
Pi U |
Pi D |
Pi R |
Pi L |
Pi F |
Pi B |

H |
H U |
H D |
H R |
H L |
H F |
H B |

Hyper CLLedit |
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U |
U U |
U D |
U R |
U L |
U F |
U B |

T |
T U |
T D |
T R |
T L |
T F |
T B |

L |
L U |
L D |
L R |
L L |
L F |
L B |

S |
S U |
S D |
S R |
S L |
S F |
S B |

-S |
-S U |
-S D |
-S R |
-S L |
-S F |
-S B |

Pi |
Pi U |
Pi D |
Pi R |
Pi L |
Pi F |
Pi B |

H |
H U |
H D |
H R |
H L |
H F |
H B |