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  1. tigermaxi

    Big Cubes Solve of the Day! 4x4-7x7

    Welcome to the 4x4-7x7 Solve of the Day thread! this thread is the same layout as the 3x3 2x2 skewb and pyra thread but with big cubes. The results will be stored on the same file as the other solve of the day thread but on a different page. Without further delay here are the scrambles! 4x4 |...
  2. D

    Theory about big cube parity

    I'm not sure if this belongs here or not, or if it's blindingly obvious or whatnot. I was just watching Superantoniovivaldi's video series about his 7x7 ghost cube solve and I had the thought that edge parity and "center parity" are inextricably linked. As in, if you had all the centers in...
  3. G

    The Big Cubes Big Average Thread

    So I really need to start practicing 6x6 and 7x7 more, so I decided to create a thread to encourage people to start doing more big cubes solves! This will be for 6x6 and 7x7. If you want, I could include bigger cubes, but you would have to give me some approximate times that most people would...
  4. imvelox

    [Unofficial] [Mattia Furlan] 7x7 2:57.41 mo3

    0.28 SD lel
  5. O

    Theoretical World Record Prediction for Big Cubes

    Got bored and created an excel spreadsheet based on current WR averages for 2x2 - 7x7, and it fits the regression curve nicely (r^2=.998). It predicts probable world record averages for cubes from 8x8 (4:11) to 20x20 (39:19). For those of us playing with big cubes, it can give numbers to shoot...
  6. imvelox

    [Unofficial] 7x7: 2:51.22 single

    1:26/1:06/18 My PBs are 2:44.97 single and 2:52.93 mo3
  7. V

    The Slot Method - New Big Cubes (5x5+) Method

    Introduction and background: The purpose of this thread is to outline a big cube method (5x5+) I have been developing on and off over the past year and a half or so. I call it the 'slot method.' It began as a gigaminx method, though it didn’t take long to see the potential in extending the...
  8. imvelox

    [Unofficial] 9:38.67 9x9 single

    Centers: 6:03 Edges: 3:04 3x3: 0:31 Need to get better at centers.
  9. imvelox

    [Unofficial] 3:18.82 7x7 Single

    Nice solve, PB, but i could do better certainly.(L8E and 3x3 part were not so good).
  10. granada

    Question about memorization methods

    Hello, i went into blindsolving a few days ago. I use old pochmann for corners and M2 for edges. I am going pretty well but i dont fell confident enough about my memo method. For corners i tap the piece and say a letter that represents the orientation. For edges i use letters. Each letter...
  11. N

    Speedcubing... are we talented?

    Speedcubing? you consider this a talent? I say to you to solve cubes: 2x2, 3x3, 4x4, 5x5, 7x7, Pyramix, blinfold, etc.. Or other example : just solve a Rubik's Cube sub 10..... is a talent? For example: Someone who knows how to solve a Rubik's Cube 3 in 1 minute 30 seconds. He is someone who has...
  12. PandaCuber

    [Help Thread] Big Cube Discussion (5x5 / 6x6 / 7x7 / etc)

    This thread is made to talk about Big Cubes.(4x4-5x5-6x6-7x7-8x8-etc.) There are threads for CFOP, Roux, and Petrus, so why not for Big Cubes? Big Cubes are a much more difficult puzzle and more access to information will be greatly appreciated by everyone. In this thread, you can ask...
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    5x5 last layer

    Hi ! Sorry if the question was already asked but the search engine is not helping much for 5x5 searches. I generally use reduction to solve the 5x5 but I occasionally try some direct methods too (f2l-like, petrus-like, ...). When I do, I need to solve the last layer (OLL/PLL) completely...
  14. K

    Ultra Large Cube Affictionado

    Hi!! I'm Kelly, and I like doing REALLY large cubes. I'd like to try a 100x100x100, but I haven't found usable software for it yet, so I'm working on my own in the background. I released a series of videos on YouTube (username kellycoinguy) on how to solve VERY large cubes rapidly.
  15. pjk

    [Help Thread] 5x5x5 Discussion

    Text www.BigCubes.com/5x5x5 Algs Meep Last Two Centers Last Two Edges Kirjava K4 LL <-- parity algs for last two edges Videos Erik Akkersdijk LanceTheBlueKnight RobH0629 Dan Cohen Kevin Lee MeMyselfAndPi Feliks Zemdegs...
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