You don't need expensive cubes, budget ones will be fine. You can still get really fast times on themIn effort to encourage people to share tips and help each other in the community, I'm giving away at Qiyi Mini Wuque M 4x4. For the next 2 weeks, you can reply to this thread and post 1 tip for the cubing community - could be about getting faster, having less nerves, making friends, link to a useful post/article, anything useful. You can only reply once or you're disqualified, and winner will be chosen at random in 2 weeks, ending Oct 25th at midnight UTC 0.
Let's have a mission to be open, share, welcome new people to the community, and help each other.
Ready, set, go!
Here's a tip that really helps me a lot.
Competitions are a mental game; you know that you avg x but in comp, you might not avg x. What im saying is that at home you avg sub 15 but in comp you might avg slower than sub 15.
What I found that helps me to avg the same at home as in comp is not thinking about how you are going to do. (Don't overthink your solves.)
Sorry for the weird advice. It works for me. It might not work for you, just give it a try.
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