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'''Katsuyuki Konishi''' (小西克幸) is a Japanese speedcuber. He was among the first top Japanese cubers of the modern era. His website, Planet Puzzle, although in Japanese, was for a number of years an important reference for the [[Fridrich]] method for western cubers. Along with [[Shotaro Makisumi]]'s (English-language) website, Katsuyuki Konishi helped to introduce the Japanese system for numbering [[OLL]]s from 1 through 57 which is now widespread. Similarly their websites introduced the Japanese system of denoting wide turns on big cubes with the letter w.[https://uncletyson.wordpress.com/2010/12/27/you-can-thankblame-me-for/]
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'''Katsuyuki Konishi''' (小西克幸) is a Japanese speedcuber. He was among the first top Japanese cubers of the modern era. His website, [[Planet Puzzle]], although in Japanese, was for a number of years an important reference for the [[Fridrich]] method for western cubers. Along with [[Shotaro Makisumi]]'s (English-language) website, Katsuyuki Konishi helped to introduce the Japanese system for numbering [[OLL]]s from 1 through 57 which is now widespread. Similarly their websites introduced the Japanese system of denoting wide turns on big cubes with the letter w.[https://uncletyson.wordpress.com/2010/12/27/you-can-thankblame-me-for/]
  
 
He was one of three Japanese cubers who attended [[World Championship 2003]] in Toronto. It was his first overseas trip. ([http://www.planet-puzzle.com/org/wc2003/wc2003_screenshots.html photos])
 
He was one of three Japanese cubers who attended [[World Championship 2003]] in Toronto. It was his first overseas trip. ([http://www.planet-puzzle.com/org/wc2003/wc2003_screenshots.html photos])

Latest revision as of 20:35, 3 February 2018

Katsuyuki Konishi
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Katsuyuki Konishi
Background Information
Alias(es):
Country: Japan
Born: c. 1969 (age 50–51)
Occupation(s):
Years Active: 2003-9
WCA ID: 2003KONI01
Claim to Fame:

Katsuyuki Konishi (小西克幸) is a Japanese speedcuber. He was among the first top Japanese cubers of the modern era. His website, Planet Puzzle, although in Japanese, was for a number of years an important reference for the Fridrich method for western cubers. Along with Shotaro Makisumi's (English-language) website, Katsuyuki Konishi helped to introduce the Japanese system for numbering OLLs from 1 through 57 which is now widespread. Similarly their websites introduced the Japanese system of denoting wide turns on big cubes with the letter w.[1]

He was one of three Japanese cubers who attended World Championship 2003 in Toronto. It was his first overseas trip. (photos)

See also

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