• Lan Lan Magic Cube 2x3x3 Domino Cube Black
  • Lan Lan Magic Cube 2x3x3 Domino Cube Black

Lan Lan Magic Cube 2x3x3 Domino Cube Black

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Lan Lan Magic Cube 2x3x3 Domino Cube Black

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Lan Lan 2x3x3
Domino Cube Features:
.If you know how to play 3x3x3 cube, you should try this 2x3x3
.It is fun and great to add to your collection
.To solve it by making each side the same color
.Compact and smooth out of the box
.It can rotate freely on all slices
.Challenging but interesting
Lan Lan 2x3x3
Domino Cube Specifications:
.Color: Available in White, Black
.Brand: Lan Lan
.Level: 2x3x3
.Cube Size: 57 x 57 x 68mm
.Weight: 88g
.Packing: Box
Lan Lan 2x3x3
Domino Cube Package Content:
.1 x Lan Lan Magic Cube 2x3x3

2x3x3 Domino Cube
The 2x3x3 Domino Cube is the 3x3x2 version of the Rubik’s Cube. Having only two layers, some faces can’t be turned 90o because this would block the puzzle. Four faces can make just double turns, so the top and the bottom faces are always yellow and white. That’s the reason why we never have to orient the pieces. The same applies to the 3x3x4 cube too.

The classic Domino Cube in the 1980’s had dots on it instead of stickers. That’s where its name comes from. The new QJ model has got stickers and nowadays this is the most common type.

The mechanism of the Domino Cube is quite interesting. Iside the Rubik’s Cube is a 6 headed core, the 3x3x2 Cube has only 4 and the pieces are built around this. If you want to take it apart remove the cover from the white and yellow center piece and take out the screws.

The solution
Solving a Domino Cube is easier than a classic 3x3x3 solution because it has less pieces and you don’t have to worry about the orientation either. There are many methods for solving the Domino Cube, here I will present an easy one. This is a layer by layer method. On the picture you can see the order of the operations and which pieces are changed with each algorithm. Note that the U and D turns are 90o rotations and the F, R, B, L are all 180o.









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