1. ### [Help Thread] "What cube should I get?" The Puzzle Choice Thread

Thank you very much! Hope you have a nice day! Happy cubing!
2. ### [Help Thread] "What cube should I get?" The Puzzle Choice Thread

Hello! I am a begginer cuber that has been cubing for about 2 months now. My cube is definitely not the best, not a rubik's brand. Heck, I don't even know what it is. It turns okay, but meh. I have recently been looking into getting a better 3x3 and probably a pyraminx. What 3x3 and pyraminx...
3. ### 1000 things cubers hate

42. Hand cramps 43. Corner twists 44. Overlubing 45. Tensioning it right 46. Rubik's brand 47. Is that a 10x10? 48. When somebody says that they peel the stickers off.
4. ### [Help Thread] F2L Intuitive vs. Algorithm Solving

Okay! I am actually trying to learn it intuitive now and I actually get it a bit. Some practice and I will be good. Thank you! You cubers are so helpful!
5. ### [Help Thread] F2L Intuitive vs. Algorithm Solving

Okay. That does make sense. Would yiu recommend any YouTube or online tutorials for intuitive f2l, I can't seem to find a good one.
6. ### [Help Thread] F2L Intuitive vs. Algorithm Solving

Hello! I have recently entered the wolr of cubing and enjoy it very much. I am new to this forum! My beginners method is very good at this moment and I can do it easily. I have now started to learn cfop and f2l is the biggest thing that I am a bit confused about. I have heard that intuitive...
7. ### [Help Thread] F2L Intuitive vs. Algorithm Solving

Hello guys! I have only really started to her into the wonderful world of cubing, and let me say that I'm loving it. I have beginners method down real well and have started f2l. My question is: should I do F2L intuitively or with algorithms. I just can't exactly understand how to do it...

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