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    Quote Originally Posted by Sahid Velji View Post
    It seems very slow, where did you find, or hear about that method?
    It's my own. I noticed it was kind of slow, ~10-40 sec depending on look ahead and the cases you get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuxuibbs View Post
    What pyraminx method is this?
    orient centers while solving tips, solve edges 1 by 1 until last 2-3, do R' L R L' (with some rotations) until solved.
    I can't seem to find it in the pyraminx method names list.
    Sounds like a primitive, beginner's LBL.
    It's called a Rouxbick's Cube for a reason...
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    sounds like the bob burton method
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    Sounds like the method that got Kian to ask if I was drunk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuxuibbs View Post
    It's my own. I noticed it was kind of slow, ~10-40 sec depending on look ahead and the cases you get.
    Sorry, didn't mean to sound rude but you should consider just learning LBL, it's much faster. That would be a very easy to learn beginner's method though.
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    Is there anywhere that sells QJ megaminx v2 parts?
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    I just purchased a mf8 + dayan 4x4, and I just lubed my rubiks 4x4. So i'm wondering if the purchase was still worth it ? Because the rubiks cube just got amazing with the lube it took, but it still has it's pops. So I'm just wondering if the mf8+dayan cube is better than rubiks?

    EDIT: My rubiks is popping more now since I can move it faster, so I'm assuming it is a good purchase still.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillonzer View Post
    I just purchased a mf8 + dayan 4x4, and I just lubed my rubiks 4x4. So i'm wondering if the purchase was still worth it ? Because the rubiks cube just got amazing with the lube it took, but it still has it's pops. So I'm just wondering if the mf8+dayan cube is better than rubiks?

    EDIT: My rubiks is popping more now since I can move it faster, so I'm assuming it is a good purchase still.
    Anything is better than Rubik's brand in my opinion. That purchase was well worth it, unless you're not serious about 4x4x4.
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    Quick question:
    I want a new 4x4 (I have a rubik's brand), but since I have very small hands, I'm wanting to get one that's "mini". Which ones would you guys recommend?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cubingawsumness View Post
    Quick question:
    I want a new 4x4 (I have a rubik's brand), but since I have very small hands, I'm wanting to get one that's "mini". Which ones would you guys recommend?
    http://www.speedsolving.com/wiki/index.php/QJ_4x4x4
    A mini QJ would suit your needs.
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