That's because if you use your left hand for OH, you still have the normal access to RU turning, and you still have a somewhat normal grip on the cube. It definitely seems counterintuitive at first, but it makes sense.It is somewhat interesting that most people use their left hand even though most people are right handed. I never realized this until now.
Most people use right handed algs. It's easier to do right handed algs with your left hand, because your fingers are on the right side of your left hand.It is somewhat interesting that most people use their left hand even though most people are right handed. I never realized this until now.
|Thread starter||Similar threads||Forum||Replies||Date|
|N||Survey- Diversity in Cubing||General Speedcubing Discussion||4|
|B||Speedcubing Survey||General Speedcubing Discussion||0|
|Speed Cube Research — Part 2, Survey||Puzzle Reviews||11|
|T||A survey about speedcubing and self-esteem for a school project! (pls help im deperate)||General Speedcubing Discussion||4|
|Survey for cubing service||General Speedcubing Discussion||48|