Gan is well known for its top of the line cubes that are endorsed by top cubers including Feliks Zemdegs, Max Park, and many others. As of today, they are renowned for their for their unique and groundbreaking innovations, such as their GES nut and GMS systems. Their most recent cube, the Gan...
Since my previous videos of beetles holding a 5.6mm cube and a 10mm cube the world has been waiting with baited breath for the record to be broken. Well now it has. This Goliath insect was able to hold a whopping 15mm Maru Rubik's Cube.
Hello, I've made a video of Rubik's cube backups for when you mess up.
There are tricks for all speeds (well maybe not world class), and they go from when there are 2 swapped pieces on your cross, to recover the 4x4 when you made a mistake in the OLL parity algorithm:
So here it is:
This is a spin off of Fazrulz1's series he did almost 6 years ago. Even though it is mostly the same thing, it has more recent facts and ways of doing things. Be sure to subscribe if you want to be notified of them. New videos will come out every week and sometimes more than 1 in one day.
Hey there! I'm JWinslow23. I guess I have to tell you all about me now :p
I learned how to solve a Rubik's Cube with LBL a few years ago, don't remember exactly how long (and got recently dragged back into the cubing world by my girlfriend :D ).
My go-to 3x3 method is CFOP, though I'm...
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Hello everyone, my name is Maximilian Berkmann.
I'm a british 18 years old speedcuber and I've attended my first competition last weekend (Oxford Winter 2014) where I've unfortunately messed up: Square-1, 3BLD, FMC and the 3x3.
I'm doing: 2x2 to 5x5, Clock, Square-1, Megaminx, 3x3 OH, 3BLD...
So, I've been practising two methods lately.
The first four solves were just really easy for me. The blocks just kinda suited my style. I'm still really inconsistent with roux because I fail a lot.
I'm not quite of my global average, but my avg12s usually land in the 10.5 - 11.5 range...