## Orient Last Layer Corners

By now you should be able to orient the last layer edges on your own. In this step, we will finish making the entire top face yellow. There is only one algorithm to learn, but you will have to understand what it is. Don't worry; it's pretty simple.

When you're ready, move on to Step 6 - Permute Last Layer Edges.

### Algorithms Used

This is the goal of this step. If you already have the yellow face solved, you can move on to the next step. This will happen 1 out of every 27 solves. | |

This is the only algorithm you really need to know for this step as long as you understand what it does. It will keep the front left corner the same and rotate the other three corners clockwise in place. Therefore, if you have a different case, you can just make sure that you set it up in such a way that you will end up with only one solved corner and apply this algorithm. The alg is just right side up, top clockwise, right side down, top clockwise, right side up, top twice, right side down. | |

This case looks similar the the one above, but since the corners need to be twisted the opposite direction, you will have to do the algorithm, turn the top twice, and do the algorithm again. | |

This is the angle you need to hold this case to have only one corner solved after applying the algorithm. | |

This is the angle you need to hold this case to have only one corner solved after applying the algorithm. | |

This is the angle you need to hold this case to have only one corner solved after applying the algorithm. | |