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A 1x2x3 with four additional cuts and therefore a lot more positions.
When the inventor made a 1x2x3 he saw that you could easily cut the edge/side peaces in half and then expand how much you can twist the puzzle. He cut the top and bottom of his 1x2x3.
It is equivalent to a puzzle which could be called "Split 1x2x3".
The inventor presented the first version in 2014. That is shown in image 5.
In 2017 he made a second version shown in images 1-4.
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