**EOLL**, short for **E**dge **O**rientation of the **L**ast **L**ayer, is a substep in which one orients the edges of the last layer. EOLL can be of three types: the most basic is when corners are ignored completely, the second level preserves corner orientation (the usal OLLs) and the highest level also preserves corner permutation.

## EOLL ignoring corners

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Two adjacent edges flipped (L shape with up and left edges)

Two opposite edges flipped (horizontal bar shape)

Four edges flipped (dot OLL)

## EOLL preserving CO (OELL)

See: OLL 28, OLL 57, OLL 20

## EOLL preserving corners

Two adjacent edges flipped

Two opposite edges flipped

Four edges flipped

Also see ELL for more algorithms.