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[Poll] What method do you use?

What is your 3x3 speedsolving method?


  • Total voters
    170

EngiNerdBrian

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What do you mean?
Haha my slang was clearly not resonating. We have quite a few comments on how this won’t be a representative Set of data because a disproportionate portion of the forum population uses weird methods Compared to the speedcubing community as a whole yet the votes clearly don’t support that yet.
 

brododragon

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Haha my slang was clearly not resonating. We have quite a few comments on how this won’t be a representative Set of data because a disproportionate portion of the forum population uses weird methods Compared to the speedcubing community as a whole yet the votes clearly don’t support that yet.
Oh as soon as I saw the word slang everything made sense.
 

I'm A Cuber

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Haha my slang was clearly not resonating. We have quite a few comments on how this won’t be a representative Set of data because a disproportionate portion of the forum population uses weird methods Compared to the speedcubing community as a whole yet the votes clearly don’t support that yet.
Actually, they do. I know around ten cubers not online, and half of them have never even heard of zz or roux, much less know it.
 

efattah

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Even with the huge surge in Roux users, I'm quite sure more than 99% of speedsolvers use CFOP.
If you go beyond speed solvers and look at every person in the world who can solve the cube, it would be almost entirely LBL/CFOP.
It does show however that things change. Back in the 80's, the great majority of people were corners first solvers.
 
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