LSE EOLR Algorithms

Roux EOLR is an advanced Roux technique that stands for Edge Orientation Left and Right. EOLR combines substeps 4a and 4b to save moves.

The goal of EOLR is to orient edges while getting UL and UR on bottom. After that, you can insert UL UR with M2.

EOLR is intuitive, which means you can learn the solutions without rote memorization. Due to the intuitive nature, this page does not show all the mirrored algorithms.

On this page, the letters in parentheses are the positions of the UL UR edges. For example, (UF DF) means the edges are in the up-front and down-front positions.