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A Skewb which allows only clockwise and anti-clockwise turns in alternating order.
Bram Cohen suggested this puzzle directly after Oskar presented the Alternating Cube. Oskar presented it shortly afterwards. The principle is the same: After you started with a clockwise turn you can only perform an anti-clockwise turn either on the same or a different axis.
It has 349920 permutations. One halve with a following clockwise turn. One with an anti-clockwise turn.
Edge length: 60 mm
Weight: 140 grams
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