T perm

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

The wrong pieces form a T. "Perm" means permutation.

This is where the pieces of the last layer need to go.

NounEdit

T perm (plural T perms)

  1. (Rubik's Cube) A PLL case (i.e. a case where the cubies of the last layer all have the last-side colour facing the last side) where a pair of opposite edge cubies and a pair of corner cubies that lie on either side of one of the wrong edges both need to be swapped.
Last modified on 17 June 2013, at 20:12