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Split 1x2x5
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A 1x2x5 with eight additional cuts (all on one dimension) and therefore a lot more positions.

For this puzzle the concept of splitting up one set of pieces was applied to a 1x2x5. As with other split puzzles the faces (here for the top and bottom) are not split.
The result is a shape changing puzzle. This one is not a jumbling puzzle because it could be unbandaged in a doctrinaire puzzle, a 2x2x5.
The inventor came up with this idea after designing a Split 1x2x3, and after seeing that that puzzle already existed, designed a 1x2x5 and applied the same idea of "splitting" pieces in half to allow for quarter turns to be made.



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