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The 10-sided cube was discussed a couple of months ago. The main result

was that the easiest way to solve it was "side across" - that is, don't

start from the octagonal face, but from one of the "sides". Then the

last layer should be solvable except for a possible edge-flip. Note that

there are two new difficulties with this cube: the one mentioned, and the

single edge flip. SPOILER! This is, of course, an optical illusion, brought

about by the fact that the second edge, which of course is also flipped, is

a uni-colored edge, and you can't see it.

--- Stan Isaacs

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