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'''Partial cross''' generally refers to the step in the [[Yau]] method, the [[Yau5]] method, and other methods which solve for 3 edges of the [[cross]] at once rather than all 4. It can also mean a half-completed cross with 2 edges solved, however, this is rare.
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'''Partial cross''' generally refers to the step in the [[Yau]] method, but can also refer to other methods which solve for 3 edges of the [[cross]] at once rather than all 4, including [[Yau5]]. It can also mean a half-completed cross with 2 edges solved, however, this is rare.
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== See Also ==
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* [[Yau method]]
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* [[Yau5 method]]

Latest revision as of 18:27, 28 January 2018

Partial cross
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Proposer(s): Robert Yau
Proposed: 2009
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Variants:
Subgroup:
No. Algs: 0
Avg Moves: varies by method and puzzle
Purpose(s): *Speedsolving


Partial cross generally refers to the step in the Yau method, but can also refer to other methods which solve for 3 edges of the cross at once rather than all 4, including Yau5. It can also mean a half-completed cross with 2 edges solved, however, this is rare.

See Also