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## Today's featured article

Today's featured article is the 2x2x2 Cube.

The 2x2x2 Cube (also known as a Pocket Cube or Mini Cube and normally referred to as the 2x2x2 or 2x2) is a twistable puzzle in the shape of a cube that is cut once along each of three axes. This puzzle has 8 corner pieces only. The 2x2x2 cube has 3,674,160 possible positions (assuming one piece is always solved from orienting the puzzle), each of which can be solved in 11 turns (HTM) / 14 turns (QTM) or fewer.

## Today's featured picture

Dave3457 made this image to explain how does a commutator affects cubies.

## Did you know...

A 3x3x3 centre piece
Centers don't move related to each other.

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 Welcome to Speedsolving.com Wiki, These 1,357 articles contain information on getting faster as well as on various aspects of our sport and community. Speedsolving.com Wiki is made by people like you. Sign up to join our 2,637 registred users and contibute to our Template:NUMBEROFVIEWS views.

### Today's featured article

Today's featured article is the 2x2x2 Cube.

The 2x2x2 Cube (also known as a Pocket Cube or Mini Cube and normally referred to as the 2x2x2 or 2x2) is a twisty puzzle in the shape of a cube that is cut once along each of three axes.

This puzzle only has 8 colored/solvable pieces: 8 corner pieces. The 2x2x2 cube has 3,674,160 possible positions (assuming one piece is always solved from orienting the puzzle), each of which can be solved in 11 turns (HTM) / 14 turns (QTM) or fewer.

### Community

Never edited a wiki before? See the Mediawiki editing help page.

### Today's featured picture

Dave3457 made this image to explain how does a commutator affects cubies.

### Did you know...

A 3x3x3 centre piece
Centers don't move related to each other.