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<p>Rubik's Domino &amp; Pie-Cube, 233</p> <p>This is like a 233 Rubik's cube. The sides which are 23 can only do half turns, whereasthe upper and lower layers can do quarter turns.</p> <p>Solution:</p> <p>Phase 1: Solve the bottom layer edges1. Look at the corner cubies to figure out how the bottom edges are to be positionedrelative to each other. Find an edge that belongs to the bottom layer but is still in the upperlayer. Turn the upper layer so that this edge is directly above where it is supposed to be. Turn the side face to bring it to the bottom layer.2. Solve the other bottom layer edges likewise. If any bottom layer edge is found at the bottom but in the wrong position, turn the side face to bring it to the upper layer first.</p> <p>Phase 2: Solve the bottom layer corners1. If a bottom layer corner is in the upper layer, turn the upper layer so that this corner is directly above where it is supposed to be and apply the following algorithm:</p> <p>2. Solve the other bottom layer corners likewise. If any bottom layer corner is found at the bottom but in the wrong position, apply step 1 to displace it to the upper layer first.</p> <p>Phase 3: Solve the upper layer cornersNotice that the first five </p> <p>moves are the same as the algorithm used in Phase 2.</p> <p>This can also be achieved by doing the above </p> <p>algorithm twice.</p> <p>Phase 4: Solve the upper layer edgesUse a combination of the following algorithms to solve the upper layer edges:</p> <p>Notice that the last five moves are the same as the algorithm used in </p> <p>Phase 2.http://www.jaapsch.net/puzzles/domino.htm</p>