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* Permutation of the M slice.
 
* Permutation of the M slice.
  
Many other styles are also in use, for example you can solve the last of F2L, centres, BD and FD and do [[ELL]] or just centres and BD and end in [[L5E]].
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Other styles are also in use, for example you can solve the last of F2L, centres, BD and FD and do [[ELL]] or just centres and BD and end in [[L5E]].
  
 
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Revision as of 10:34, 14 December 2010

Last Six Edges method
Roux method.gif
Information about the method
Proposer(s): Gilles Roux
Proposed: 2003
Alt Names: LSE
Variants: ELL, L5E
No. Steps: 1
No. Algs: unknown
Avg Moves:
Purpose(s):

Last Six Edges, abbrevaited LSE or L6E, is the last step of the Roux Method.

The original Roux method have three sub steps for LSE:

  • Orientation of centres and edges.
  • Permutation of UR and UL edges.
  • Permutation of the M slice.

Other styles are also in use, for example you can solve the last of F2L, centres, BD and FD and do ELL or just centres and BD and end in L5E.

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