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Latest revision as of 12:21, 21 March 2020

Not to be confused with OC(P)ELL

Opposite-Cross ELL
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Information
Proposer(s): Kristopher De Asis
Proposed: 2003
Alt Names: OCELL
Variants:
Subgroup:
No. Algs: 30
Avg Moves: 10.67 STM
Purpose(s):
Previous state: CMLL; CLL or F2L w/ opposite cross pieces swapped
Next state: Solved cube state

CMLL; CLL or F2L w/ opposite cross pieces swapped -> Opposite-Cross ELL step -> Solved cube state


The Opposite-Cross ELL step is the step between the CMLL; CLL or F2L w/ opposite cross pieces swapped and the Solved cube state.

Opposite Cross ELL, more commonly referred to as OCELL and sometimes referred to as Opp-Cross ELL, is a subset by Kristopher De Asis in which you solve for ELL while swapping the FD and BD edge permutation. This subset is useful in CFOP and even more useful in Roux and CFCE for cases in which the solver accidentally solves the cross step incorrectly by swapping the front and back cross pieces (FD and BD).

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