Michael Gottlieb

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Michael Gottlieb
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Michael Gottlieb
Background Information
Alias(es): mzrg, qqwref
Country: USA
Born: January 8, 1990 (age 22)
Occupation(s): Student
Years Active: 2006-present
WCA ID: 2006GOTT01
Claim to Fame: computer cubes, qqTimer, JJLS

Michael Zener Riggs Gottlieb is an American speedcuber from New York. He specializes in big cubes and computer cubes, and as also developed qqTimer, one of the most used online cube timers.

Early Achievements in Big Cubes

Computer Cubes

Michael is consistently ranked among the top in nearly all computer cubes, for example on the Gelatinbrain simulators.[1] Between 2009 and 2010, he hosted 18 Monthly Computer Cube Competition on the Speedsolving Forums.[2]

Programming

Michael has created many twisty puzzle simulators. In June 2010, he created the qCube, which provides a unique interface for the cube in which only two sides and the adjacent stickers can be seen.[3] He has since also created the qCubeFloppy and qCubeIllusion.

Michael also created the qqTimer in August, 2009.[4] Since then it has become one of the most popular online timers.

Achievements

National Titles
Preceded by
Leyan Lo
2007
4x4 Speedsolve US Champion
2008
Succeeded by
Rowe Hessler
2009

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