It's about time someone dispelled all the rumours going around about cubes cutting corners when they don't. Let everyone see for themselves how well their favourite cube really cuts corners.
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My favorite cubes [sic] weren't [sic] in there (C-II).
That is not a really accurate representation of those cube's corner cutting abilities. Just because you choose to set them on a high tension doesn't mean that they cannot cut corners. It's like someone saying that their rubik pops like crazy when in fact they barely even screwed in the screws.
Also, just to let you know, the 'reverse corner cutting' shown in the video is just 'normal corner cutting'.
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