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Feliks Zemdegs

Today's featured article is the Feliks Zemdegs.


Feliks Zemdegs is an Australian speedcuber from Melbourne, Australia. He is widely considered to be the most successful competitive cuber in history, being the first ever to hold over one hundred world records since the start of his cubing career. Only recently have other people begun to catch up, with Max Park being the first to (briefly) break Felik's 7-year streak of holding the world record average for the Rubik's cube in 2017.




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This is the inside of a Maru 4x4x4.

Did you know...

3x3x3 no inspection, Magic, Master Magic and a few other things used to be events in WCA competitions.