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The Vandenbergh-Harris Method (also known as the VH method) was developed by Lars Vandenbergh and Dan Harris. This method is similar to the Fridrich method and Zborowski-Bruchem method. Using this method, the cross is solved first, then three pairs of the F2L are solved next. The final F2L pair is solved while orienting the last layer edges in two stages, the "pair-up" and the "insert". Next, the last layer corners are oriented and permutated simutaneously, while keeping the last layer edge orientation intact. There is a 1/12 chance that the cube will be solved after this step, if not, a permutation of the edges is needed as the final step.