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''The category for this article is [[:Category:Cubers]]''
 
''The category for this article is [[:Category:Cubers]]''
  
A '''cuber''' is anyone who enjoys playing with the [[Rubik's Cube]], or more generally any [[twisty puzzle]]. Nowadays the majority of cubers are also [[speedcuber]]s, meaning they care about solving puzzles as fast as possible, but there are still very many people who are interested in [[Puzzle theory]], collecting, programming [[List of PC cubing software|simulators]], or building [[Shape modifications|cube modifications]].
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A '''cuber''' is anyone who enjoys playing with the [[Rubik's Cube]], or more generally any [[twisty puzzle]]. Nowadays the majority of cubers are also [[speedcuber]]s, meaning they solve puzzles as fast as possible.
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There are still very many people who are interested in [[Puzzle theory]], collecting, programming [[List of PC cubing software|simulators]], or building [[Shape modifications|cube modifications]].
  
 
A short list of notable cubers who are not speedcubers is:
 
A short list of notable cubers who are not speedcubers is:
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* [[Lars Petrus]], inventor of the [[Petrus Method]]
 
* [[Per Kristen Fredlund]], [[Fewest Moves]] master and pioneer of [[direct solving]] methods for [[big cubes]]
 
* [[Per Kristen Fredlund]], [[Fewest Moves]] master and pioneer of [[direct solving]] methods for [[big cubes]]
 
* [[Ryan Heise]], inventor of the [[Heise Method]]
 
* [[Ryan Heise]], inventor of the [[Heise Method]]
 
* [[David Singmaster]], author of ''Notes on Rubik's Magic Cube'', a famous [[Puzzle theory]] book
 
* [[David Singmaster]], author of ''Notes on Rubik's Magic Cube'', a famous [[Puzzle theory]] book
 
[[Category:Terminology]]
 
[[Category:Terminology]]

Latest revision as of 13:18, 1 April 2019

The category for this article is Category:Cubers

A cuber is anyone who enjoys playing with the Rubik's Cube, or more generally any twisty puzzle. Nowadays the majority of cubers are also speedcubers, meaning they solve puzzles as fast as possible.

There are still very many people who are interested in Puzzle theory, collecting, programming simulators, or building cube modifications.

A short list of notable cubers who are not speedcubers is: