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'''Magic Wondeful''' is a set of cases last-layer control cases 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 a set of cases last-layer control cases 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.

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Magic Wondeful
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Proposer(s): Jeremy Fleischman, David Games, and Devin Corr-Robinett
Proposed: 2010
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No. Algs: 18
Avg Moves: ? HTM
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Magic Wondeful is a set of cases last-layer control cases 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.

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