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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.




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