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TheEpicCuber's progression thread-Practicing BLD for 3x3, 4x4, 5x5, Multi

TheEpicCuber

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You have to be good at math to be good at the cube so of course.
Naw, she was a coach for a Rubik’s cube team some time ago. She and her team would go to local comps and use cubes to compete with the other cubers. Each competition was sponsored by Rubik’s, so only Rubik’s branded puzzles were allowed. However, she also had a Guhong V1 from back some time.
 

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Naw, she was a coach for a Rubik’s cube team some time ago. She and her team would go to local comps and use cubes to compete with the other cubers. Each competition was sponsored by Rubik’s, so only Rubik’s branded puzzles were allowed. However, she also had a Guhong V1 from back some time.
Coolest maths teacher to ever exist.
 

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Cubing challenge for myself: I teach someone how to solve a cube under 1 minute within a week with the help of J perms videos.
What I mean is that I have a friend who can solve a cube in a minute using the beginners method that J perm used for his tutorial. So I can use this info to show that friend how to average under one minute.
 

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Naw, she was a coach for a Rubik’s cube team some time ago. She and her team would go to local comps and use cubes to compete with the other cubers. Each competition was sponsored by Rubik’s, so only Rubik’s branded puzzles were allowed. However, she also had a Guhong V1 from back some time.
Wow, I wish I had a math teacher like that!
 
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