Solving the 3x3x3
Step 1: Centers | Step 2: Edges | Step 3: Fix parity

More OLL parity tricks

Here are some more cool tricks to know for when to use the speed solve form of the OLL parity.

If you do the speed solve form of the OLL parity you will end with a 3x3x3
equivalent 2x2x1 group.

If you have oriented corners and only one correct edge, do the speed solve
alg as above to end with the very fast "T" orientation.

This is a variation on the case above which ends on the variation of the fast
"T" orientation that is also fast.

There are lots of cool tricks here, I list only a few now but I may add more later. Experiment to find your own also, as you can often use the speed solve parity alg to your advantage.
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