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Discussion in 'The Edge of the Forum' started by epickid37, Jun 2, 2017.
my average is 49 seconds
Longest i've tried is a few hours, can't get the hang of it
Nice, I have a friend who can solve it in about a minuet
here's a solving guide
I tried tons of guides when I was younger, couldnt work it out no matter how many times I was told how to do it
my record is 38 seconds, which is very slow in the world of speedcubing
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from the time i got my cube to the time i could solve it in less than a minute from memory was 1 month
I can actually solve a decent amount of them.
My current unofficial average is somewhere around 20 seconds on 3x3, 1:15 on 4x4, and ~2:30 on 5x5.
381 days to solve one rubik cube.
what 3x3 method are you using, i'm debating whether to use cfop or roux
Was this always in the EoF or am I blind
I get around 20 seconds with CFOP, 22 with Roux, 30 with ZZ because I don't practice it any, and probably around 25 with Petrus.
Go with CFOP if you want a fast method with high TPS and a lot of customizeability, and you use big cubes. Go with Roux if you want a fast method with low TPS but low alg/move count and almost completely intuitive, go with ZZ or ZZ-CT if you like OH and EOLine, as it's pretty good for OH, and go with Petrus if you hate yourself.
I can solve it. But in my best time, my record was 1:20
I'm terrible at it... I haven't finished 1 in 10 years, and I only have them 10 years. My grandpa knew/knows someone who could do it in a few seconds, he was a hobby speedcuber
13.20 seconds here. I have been speedcubing for over 4 years now.
My brother was obsessed with them at point. He could solve a 3x3x3 one in 30 something seconds if I remember correctly.
I just buy it, then never change it xD
How about those weird 8-faced ones? Anybody ever had one of those?
You mean these? They actually have 12 sides, if these are what you're referring to.
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