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The big 2x2 cube battle (Poll)

What is your preferred 2x2 cube?


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#41
The maru trame looks a lot more rounded to me, which makes me think that it could be better. I might buy a Maru later.
 
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#51
lol not to be rude but i find a lot of interests in old posts bc i’m a long term cuber. if u didn’t like me posing here than ignore it or turn of notifs for this post :)
I think all @AbsoRuud was trying to tell you is the same thing that everyone gets told on the forums when they revive ancient posts, which is best not revived, (especially if there is nothing to be gained from your first post and all you did was mention you voted for the sake of voting). We all enjoy going through old threads/posts and seeing how far cubing has come (and that by the way can be done by just reading the thread(s) as they are and not posting a completely irrelevant post). I do not always have a problem with old threads coming back around, but if nothing of benefit is added then why revive it? I know that I am saying this on behalf of a lot of people that would say something pretty simaler to anyone that revives really old threads (especially since someone was just told the same thing a few days back when he revived an old thread. Lastly, in the end this is not a big deal, but it is just something that I think everyone should keep in mind before they think about bring thread back from the dead.
 
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2019PATE10
#52
I think all @AbsoRuud was trying to tell you is the same thing that everyone gets told on the forums when they revive ancient posts, which is best not revived, (especially if there is nothing to be gained from your first post and all you did was mention you voted for the sake of voting). We all enjoy going through old threads/posts and seeing how far cubing has come (and that by the way can be done by just reading the thread(s) as they are and not posting a completely irrelevant post). I do not always have a problem with old threads coming back around, but if nothing of benefit is added then why revive it? I know that I am saying this on behalf of a lot of people that would say something pretty simaler to anyone that revives really old threads (especially since someone was just told the same thing a few days back when he revived an old thread. Lastly, in the end this is not a big deal, but it is just something that I think everyone should keep in mind before they think about bring thread back from the dead.
O ok thanks for clarifying sorry i got defensive:)

I joined a while ago but just recently started posting, thanks for clarifying!!
 
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