Chester 4x4 Halfish Cube
The Chester 4x4 Halfish Cube is half normal 4x4 and half 4x4 Fisher cube. So in order to scramble or solve it you will need to align the layers first. Good luck!
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This is an interesting cube with one major flaw, it kicks up terribly when performing Rr/Ll or Ff/Bb moves. I seriously spent 30 minutes trying to figure out how to do more than just U/u/D/d moves. I though maybe it was bandaged and it would only rotate with certain configurations (other than aligning the angled layers by 45°). After adding some lube, taking it completing apart and reassembling it, I could final do R/L moves easily, but even then Rr/Ll still would lock up so bad I often got lost performing parity algorithms.
The alternating normal and angled layers make for a super interesting solve. Did you know parity algorithms rotate center pieces around? It makes sense since that the only pieces that could cause parity, but it means you have to do them so it rotates the orange/red centers and not the other four.
In short, it's an awesome puzzle, but difficult to actually make it work.