3x3PB Single/AO5/AO12: 11.65/16.54/17.43
Cube: Dayan Guhong
3x3 PBs: [PB 8.64 ... sub 7 or 8 with timer fail -.-] [A3o5 10.xx] [A10o12 11.xx] try this F' D' F R U' B2 U' R2 F R2 U2 B2 D2 R' D2 L' F2 L F2
Since it's showing up around the web, a whole host of kind folks on various non-cubing websites have been nice enough to explain that Marcell Endrey's 28.80 blindfold record is actually stupid, because there's an algorithm you can do that solves the cube no matter what its initial state is, so the blindfold doesn't even matter. Thanks for clearing that one up, guys!
3x3: 9.05/12.54/12.99/14.63. 4x4: 48.58/53.85/56.93/1:01.83. 3BLD: 1:21.72[35.53].
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Choose your method.
"If you get on a see-saw, be prepared to go up and down." ~Alex Mertz
I was talking with some kids about cubing in school today. The topic of learning how to solve the cube came up, and people said they didn't have the patience or time to learn. I told them that it really only takes a few hours to get a beginner's method down. Then this one kid says:
"I once looked up how to solve a cube, but there's like a ton of logarithms that you have to learn!"
—No wonder why people think it takes math to solve a cube
One of my friends was messing around with my cube, and asked if I could solve it from where it was. I told him that I can solve it from every position. His quote, "How many positions can you peel the stickers off from?"
<Hadley> just telling myself odds are someone was shot