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Nash171

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Joined
Aug 25, 2021
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1
Location
Sri Lanka
Hi, I'm Nadeesh from Sri Lanka (and 32 years old, yes i know, its too late :D).
I got a basic 3x3 cube few years ago, then I learnt how to solve it using beginner's method.
But recently I wanted to improve my cubing skills, So at the moment I'm using 2-look CFOP and 52s is my recorded PB!
And I'm also interested blindfolded solving, and leaning these days. As a first step, solved 2x2 using OP corner method.
....
I'm working as a Software Engineer, And as a personal hobby project, I'm planing to develop an application to analyse cube state and solve it.
So These days I'm really interesting to learn about Maths behind cubing, Algorithms, Scrambling Methods and etc.

Thanks and Happy Cubing :)
~ Nash171
(my personal web - https://nash171.github.io/)
 

LBr

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Joined
May 2, 2021
Messages
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Hi, I'm Nadeesh from Sri Lanka (and 32 years old, yes i know, its too late :D).
I got a basic 3x3 cube few years ago, then I learnt how to solve it using beginner's method.
But recently I wanted to improve my cubing skills, So at the moment I'm using 2-look CFOP and 52s is my recorded PB!
And I'm also interested blindfolded solving, and leaning these days. As a first step, solved 2x2 using OP corner method.
....
I'm working as a Software Engineer, And as a personal hobby project, I'm planing to develop an application to analyse cube state and solve it.
So These days I'm really interesting to learn about Maths behind cubing, Algorithms, Scrambling Methods and etc.

Thanks and Happy Cubing :)
~ Nash171
(my personal web - https://nash171.github.io/)
Good job on bld!

If you're into the maths behind the cube you could research algorithm generating, god's number and the 43 quintillion possible positions on the 3x3.

Or just go onto the speedsolving wiki
 
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