Always had cubes growing up but never knew how to solve one. First year in high school over a decade ago, somebody taught me how during P.E.. I knew somebody who could solve it in under 30 seconds so I was like, "I gotta beat this guy." Waited until my senior year to actually learn to speedsolve...
I'd like to actually be active in the cubing scene again. I haven't competed in a few years.
-Become sub-60 on Megaminx. Currently around 1:12
-Compete like at all in 2019
-I guess I'd really like to just be more active in terms of talking with other cubers online. I did join the reddit cubing...
Turning speed for sure doesn't greatly benefit from instrumental experience. Pianist for 17 years and organist for about as long and fast playing usually results from great flow of the wrist. My turn speed is pretty terrible, though! I think the general dexterity gained translates to the cube...
I agree with the TangLong. It's incredibly controllable and if he gets more into speedsolving, it'll work very well for that. I feel like you would get it in about the same time from TheCubicle.us and Speedcubeshop.com where you are. Your choice.
I suppose this would be the appropriate thread to post this in. I haven't been into the community for a while. This is my first time logging in for quite some time. Could be two years maybe. My last cube purchase was in mid 2014, until earlier this week when I got a Gans 356 Air. I enjoy it a...
Been at it for 2 years now. Sub-12 global average. Sub-11 if all goes well.
I learned how to solve the cube in general 6 years ago, but I didn't get into speedsolving until those 2 years ago. Like anybody else, my times increased while starting to learn CFOP or any other speedsolving method...
I'll join. My skype account name is astronautblue. I'm not actually 11 years old as my status states.
Also I'm generally out of school by 4, but I have a class until 9:45 P.M. on tuesdays. This is all Pacific US time. Fridays are free.
Resumed curbing after quitting for a few more months. Beat on Ao12.
Average of Twelve: 11.471
Headed to a competition tomorrow. CalTech Winter 2015.