Note: An "A" twist is a smaller twist which moves 1 corner, 3 edges, and 3 faces. A "B" twist is a larger twist which moves 3 corners, 3 edges, and 6 faces.
Step 1 - Solve Edges
Solve the edges alone. Use one corner to make sure you solve them correctly. On the Dino Cube, it is possible to solve the puzzle into both of the two colors schemes that have the correct set of opposite colors. Only one of these solutions will match the F-Skewb corners.
Step 2 - Place Corners
Place the corners while maintaining the edge groups in the correct orientation using the sequence provided. Note that what you're really doing is positioning the spindle correctly with respect to the edge groups, thus the quotation marks around "three cycle." As provided, it moves the three adjacent corners clockwise around UFL.
"Three cycle" corners (UFR is "A" slice): UFL+ UFR+ UFL+ UFR- UFL+ UFR+ UFL+ UFR-
Step 3 - Orient the Corners
Orient the corners using the sequence provided. As provided, it rotates UFL and DFR counterclockwise. The one-corner twist twists the UBL corner clockwise (also note that the only other way it disturbs the puzzle is a single face three-cycle).
Twist two corners (UFR is "B" slice): UFL+ UFR+ UFL+ UFR- UFL+ UFR+ UFL+ UFR-
Twist one corner (UFR is "A" slice): (UFL+ UFR+ UFL-) (UBR- UFR+ UFL+ UFR- UBR+) UFR+ (UBR- UFR+ UFL- UFR- UBR+) UFR-
Step 4 - Solve Faces
The double swap swaps dFl with dBr and Dfl with dfL. The three cycle swaps dFl to dfL to dBr.
Double swap cycle, UFR is "A" twist: (DFR+ UFL+ UBR+ UFL- DFR-) DFL+ (DFR+ UFL+ UBR- UFL- DFR-) DFL-
Three cycle, UFR is "A" twist: (DFR+ DFL+ UFL+ UBR+ UFL- DFL- DFR-) DFL+ (DFR+ DFL+ UFL+ UBR- UFL- DFL- DFR-) DFL-