recently, I've been (quite randomly) wondering:
How does representation theory of the Rubik's Cube group look like? Have there been constructed nontrivial representations, are they irreducible, what are their dimensionalities?
Before I go into more detail, let's do a quick...
after 9 months of failing on video, I finally caught a sub10 average of 12. It's still fail (if you look at the end :D), and I was shaking a lot, but who cares? It's sub10.
It's .03 slower than Conny's, but I couldn't care less :D
There you go:
7.75, 8.02, 10.80, 9.79, 10.39, 9.26...
Alright, the first Austrian WCA competition is announced.
The competition will take place in Vienna on July 31 and August 1.
I am looking forward to a nice and hopefully rather big competition and to meeting some of you (again)!
today is my third anniversary as a cuber :D
It would have been perfect to celebrate it together with some other cubers at German Open, but that was unfortunately not possible.
Anyway, through these years, speedsolving.com has been an awesome platform for me to share anything. From thoughts...
done on the type C Olivér gave me at worlds :D
10.08 (9.50) (13.83) 10.75 11.34 12.06 10.63 11.98 10.58 11.47 10.19 9.83
also consistent (SD 0.7x) except for the 13 (I wanted to do too much there - preserving pairs etc. and I just messed up) :D
hey guys, I just finished my average of 1000:
it included a 6.78, a 7.09, 2x 7.50 and 7x 8.xx.
best avg of 12:
Average: 10.46 sec.
Individual Times: 09.75, 07.50, 09.69, 11.89, 10.89, (12.03), 09.72, 11.97, 10.83, 10.91, (07.09), 11.45
now I think I have deserved a bit of sleep :)...