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Could be thought of as a Master Dino Cube.
This is the first cornerturning hexahedron with 4 cuts per throughgoing axis. It looks like the inventor has put the cuts of a skewb and a DinoCube into one puzzle. Despite this first look it allows the twists of a DinoCube and another set of shallower cuts. It does not allo the twists known from the skewb.
In 2009 Scott Bedard rebuilt this puzzle and gave it the name "Master Dino Cube".
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