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The Sune OLL case

Today's featured article is the term Sune.

The term Sune (pronounced "soon", or less commonly "soo-nay") was coined by Lars Petrus for his method, and is the most widely recognized name for the sequence of moves and the case. The mirror/inverse alg/case is named Antisune (or Anti Sune). Using double layers for the first and last moves it is called a Fat Sune.




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