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spyr0th3dr4g0n
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spyr0th3dr4g0n

Member, from Dublin, Ireland

spyr0th3dr4g0n was last seen:
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    1. David1994
      David1994
      Dunno but probably Blake is (Blakedacuber) on speedsolving.. I average around 19 seconds but havent cubed much at all coz of school starting :)
      You would have to ask him what he is averaging also :)
    2. spyr0th3dr4g0n
      spyr0th3dr4g0n
      I first learned how to solve a rubiks cube, about 2008, when I got one of those cheapskate mini cubes that are only half as tall as a real one, using beginners method. I got a real one that year for my birthday from my godfather. I practised solving it, and promptly forgot about it when I entered secondary school. I pick it up again in May/April this year and refreshed my memory. I found I was actually much faster than I thought I was. I timed myself and got about 1 a minute and a half. I showed off a bit in school but I set myself a goal to beat a minute. I looked up faster methods and came across Fridrich method. With practice and a better cube I am now at a 24 sec avg
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    So inconsistent...
    Single|Ao5|Ao12|Ao25, 3x3x3 - 10:07|12:97|14:10|15:44