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Latest revision as of 13:02, 4 October 2018

The Last Layer

Today's featured article is the Last Layer.


The term last layer (normally abbrevated as LL, also called Last Slice) refers to the complete movable "layer" of a twisty puzzle which is the last to be solved in a Layer-By-Layer-related method. The last layer is the layer that must be solved on a cube when all of the other layers have already been finished. All pieces of the last layer can move together.

Last layer is different from a last face: Rather than just including the stickers of the last side of a twisty puzzle, the last layer includes all of the stickers on all of the pieces of the last slice.