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Speedcubing in Tasmania

MoRpHiiNe

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Ok so... I've not seen anyone from Tasmania on these forums and I'm interesting in finding out if anyone on here lives in Tasmania besides me. I've only been cubing for a little over a month but I'm already consistently averaging 45-50 seconds and am progressing pretty fast :).

Anyway the main idea of this thread is to bring together some tassie cubers, if there is any others... Cause the only other person I know that cubes is my friend who got me into it, but it'd be great to meet more cubers :).

Thankyou.

Edit: Btw I don't mind if you post and you're not in Tasmania, if anyone knows of any cubers in tassie it'd be great to know about it! Thanks! =].

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MoRpHiiNe

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Haha yeah I guess... The only real place that sells them is big-w, and they're only rubik's branded.
Maybe I'll just have to get people involved in Tasmania.. But I really just want to be able to get irl advice from good speedcubers and chat about cubing =P.
Guess I'll just have to go to a comp sometime lol =p.
 

GreaterRoux

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Hey, i just wanted to see how many other cubers there are in launceston or close by to see if starting a cubing club would be worthwhile
 

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Might I recommend a more moderate number, like maybe 5-6? 10 is actually quite a lot of people, you'll find. You don't need that many for a good meetup.
 
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