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Revision as of 19:49, 22 February 2016

René Schoof
Image of René Schoof, the original creator of the concept of F2L 2016-02-22 00-30.jpg
René Schoof
Background Information
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Country: Italy
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WCA ID: [1]
Claim to Fame: inventor of F2L


René Schoof is the original 1981 proposer of F2L, the speedsolving concept of using corner-edge pairs to finish the first two layers of a 3x3 Rubik's Cube.

He is currently a professor of mathematics at the Università di Roma, specializing in number theory.

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