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Tutt's Icosaminx
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A faceless corner-turning icoshedron.

This can be considered as the concept behind the Magic Octahedron transferred into a different symmetry group. Here we have a 12-armed core (like in the megaminx) which is used for a corner-turning puzzle with 20 faces. And similar to the MagicOctahedron there are trivial tips and no faces in this puzzle. This puzzle is very similar to the pyracosaminx. The only difference are the trivial tips.



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