In case nobody else noticed, yesterday was Ernő Rubik's birthday. My mom said they had a special about the Rubik's cube on yesterday's morning news. I looked at the site for that program, and they didn't have any clips of it :( Anyway, happy birthday to Mr. Rubik!
Yesterday, as it was just about the one month anniversary of my starting to speedcube with the Petrus method, I did an average of 12 solves:
----- JNetCube Session Statistics for Fri May 23 22:45:59 EDT 2008 -----
Cubes Solved: 12
Total Pops: 0
Fastest Time: 33.15...
Finally got sub minute yesterday. was kinda strange, beat my personal best 6 times in one average of 12 :confused: . last pb was 1:08.xx... None were lucky, except, ironically, the 1:14.
----- JNetCube Session Statistics for Wed Apr 30 20:46:18 EDT 2008 -----
Cubes Solved: 12
Total Pops: 0...
Not really sure where this should go :confused: , so here it is: what cube simulators do you guys use? I have been using Ryan Heise's on his site, but I need a downloadable one for my main computer, which doesn't have internet.
Just out of curiosity, who here uses the Petrus method for speedcubing, and what are your fastest times? I've seen some people use it with avgs around 25-30 sec, but there doesn't seem to be many people who use it. I have seen one person who had an avg of like 15 sec, but I think he used the...
I just got a cube about two-three weeks ago, just the standard brand. I didn't lubricate it or anything, but it's gotten looser on it's own. Anyway, I've been using a "keyhole" method (first layer cross, 3 first layer corners, 3 second layer edges, align and permute edges, permute...