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  • He is also a notable member of the [[KOII Cube Club]]. * [[Chris Hardwick]]
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  • ...d Solving Rubik's Cube Group''' is a Yahoo! group and a forum created by [[Chris Hardwick]] on 18 June 2000. It was the main site for online communication a *2000 June 18: Chris Hardwick posts the first message to the group.
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  • |ALIASES= Chris<br/>Cyotheking<br/>Cyo ...imply '''Chris Olson''', is an American speedcuber specializing in [[2x2x2 Cube]].
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  • |NAME=Chris Hardwick |IMAGE=Chris Hardwick.jpg
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  • '''TheCubicle.com''' is an online cube store owned and operated by '''Cubicle Enterprises LLC''' founded by [[Jame * [[Chris Tran]] (R&D Director, head of [[Cubicle Labs]] and [[Angstrom Research]])
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  • |NAME=Chris Tran '''Christopher V. Tran''', more commonly referred to as '''Chris Tran''', is an American speedcuber. He is often considered the best cubing
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  • ...b]] in 2006. Since then, it replaced the [[Caltech Cube Club]] as the core cube organization in California. Dan is the older brother of [[Chris Dzoan]], also an accomplished OH solver.
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  • |FAMOUSFOR=[[Big cube]] WRs ...es] in 2005, teaching the foundational ''BigCubes method'' of modern [[Big cube]] speedsolving.
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  • [[File:alinea.jpg|thumb|right|Chris Tran during his seminar introducing Alinea]] '''Alinea Project''' is an independent project started by [[Chris Tran]] which was developed in order to drastically improve cubing hardware,
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  • ...lm ''The Pursuit of Happyness'', in which he is depicted solving a Rubik's Cube in under two minutes. ...y the film's prop department as a consultant to coach Smith on solving the cube.
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  • ...hina Cube Association''' (abbreviated to '''CCA'''; Chinese: 中国魔方联赛) was a cube association in [[China]] founded in 2010 in the aftermath of the [[Haiyan Z ...solving.com/forum/showthread.php?27151-WCA-CCA-and-cubing-in-China Post by Chris Krueger: "WCA, CCA and cubing in China"]
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  • ...WCA''') is the ruling and organizing entity for [[speedsolving]] [[Rubik's Cube]] and other [[puzzle]]s. Although the WCA has no legal status, it is regard In 2016 the board was Ron van Bruchem, [[Chris Hardwick]], Ilkyoo Choi, [[Luis J. Iáñez]], and Pedro Santos Guimarães.
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  • ...n 2016 by [[Chris Tran|Christopher V Tran]], more commonly known by simply Chris Tran. Cubicle Labs has been responsible for releasing many new cubing innov ...dying certain pieces which result in unique and vibrant colored [[illusion cube]]s.
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  • | brand=V-Cube | name=[[Chris Hardwick]]
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  • ..., short for '''speed blindfolded solving''') is a [[blindsolving]] Rubik's cube discipline in which unlimited memorisation time is allowed. In speedBLD onl ...od).[http://uncletyson.wordpress.com/2010/12/07/my-golden-time-with-rubiks-cube/]
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  • |FAMOUSFOR=[[Caltech Cube Club]] president ...sian-[[USA|American]] speedcuber. As the second president of the [[Caltech Cube Club]] following [[Tyson Mao]], Dan Lo oversaw the club's late golden age.
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  • ...he mountains, he knew nothing of Rubik Cube competitions. Then the Rubik's cube craze ended and he ceased cubing. ...achieved an average (ten solves) of 21.4 seconds. His times appeared on [[Chris Hardwick]]'s ''Unofficial World Records Page'' where for around two years h
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  • ...l hosts came back on July 2013 to continue with the podcast while allowing Chris and Austin to continue with their own show which the Andrew referred to as * Episode 03 - [[Chris Hardwick]]. Hey, Nice license plate.
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  • ...lube and about half of a bottle of [[Maru lube]] on the pieces, making his cube as gummy and sandy (literally) as possible. ...&t=1172s Applications of ZBLL and Memorisation of Large Algorithm Sets] ([[Chris Tran]])
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  • ...2008. It was organized by the [[Caltech Cube Club|Caltech]] and [[Berkeley Cube Club]]s headed by [[Tyson Mao]] and [[Bob Burton]], and sponsored by [[Winn * [[Chris Hardwick]] won the title for 2008 US FMC Champion and 2008 US 4BLD Champion
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  • ...over others using longer scrambles."[https://uncletyson.wordpress.com/tag/chris-hardwick/] ...3 hours before it started. So after 60 hours of no sleep I then solved the cube in 25 seconds. They showed some of this on local TV, and they did a write-u
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  • ...ubing.com] comprehensive cubing site, maintained by well-known cubers inc. Chris Hardwick and Ton Dennenbroek. * [http://www.chalkstreet.com/solving-3-by-3-rubix-cube/?utm_source=dac Chalkstreet] Step by Step Tutorial
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  • ...ameron Stollery''' is an [[Australia]]n speedcuber specializing in [[2x2x2 Cube]]. * [[Chris Olson]]
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  • ...tional title for [[3x3x3 Cube]] champion, [[4x4x4 Cube]] champion, [[5x5x5 Cube]] champion, and [[3x3x3 One-Handed]] champion * [[Daniel Rose-Levine]] won the national title for [[2x2x2 Cube]] champion
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  • ...ve single record of 16.64 seconds, which was beaten in the next round by [[Chris Hardwick]]. * [http://www.nascarjon.us/ Jon's Rubik's Cube Page]
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  • ...a step that solves the [[last layer]] [[corner]]s, generally on a [[2x2x2 Cube]] in one [[algorithm]]. Not to be confused with [[COLL]] that is an abbrevi ...[Waterman method]]) that preserves the [[first two layers]] on the [[3x3x3 cube]]. In the latter case the LL edges are solved using [[ELL]] after the CLL.
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  • ...ving method proposed by [[Jong-Ho Jeong]]. It can also be applied to [[Big cube|bigger cubes]], and is frequently done on both [[5x5x5]] (usually under the *Chris Brotzman
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  • * [[Chris Krueger]] * [[Chinese Cube Association]] - breakaway organization c. 2010-14
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  • | name=[[Chris Hardwick]] | competition=Swedish Cube Day 2008
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  • * [[Bill Wang]] got a [[NAR]] in [[4x4x4 Cube]] average (27.91) ...[[5x5x5 Cube]] single (49.85), [[7x7x7 Cube]] single (2:25.87), and 7x7x7 Cube average (2:32.04)
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  • ...ampionship 2003]] in Canada. The following year Ron co-founded the [[World Cube Association]] with [[Tyson Mao]], organising and coordinating competitions ...the 5x5 Cube (Belgian Open 2006), 2x2 Cube (UK Open 2007), and 3x3 Rubik's Cube (Dutch Championship 2007).
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  • ...own for previously holding the Guiness World Record for the most [[Rubik's cube]]s solved in 24 hours. He solved 5,800 cubes in 23 hours, 59 minutes, and 5 ...Summer 2009]] tournament he gained a [[North American Record]] in [[2x2x2 Cube]] with an [[average]] time of 1.52 seconds. Other notable achievements of h
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  • | competition=Melbourne Cube Day 2013 | name=[[Chris Dzoan]]
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  • * [[Feliks Zemdegs]] got a world record for [[5x5x5 Cube]] [[single]] with a result of 48.42 seconds. * [[Feliks Zemdegs]] got a world record for [[7x7x7 Cube]] [[average]] with a result of 2:48.16
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  • There had been an attempt by [[Ron van Bruchem]], [[Chris Hardwick]], and [[Ton Dennenbroek]] to organize a world championship, plann ...expected Turns in the Unexpected Turns in the World of Competitive Rubik's Cube Solving''. Pages 25, 67-71, 95. Simon and Schuster. ISBN 1501121928
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  • ...cords for 3x3 single and 3x3 [[BLD]] in 2005. As a member of the [[Caltech Cube Club]], he contributed to Souther California's dominance in 3x3 blindfolded {{S-title-bef| before=[[Chris Hardwick]] | year=2004 }}
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  • * [http://www.youtube.com/user/monkeydude1313 monkeydude1313] Chris Bird -Tutorials to learn the Fridrich method * [http://www.youtube.com/user/ToxIkWaste ToxIkWaste] Tutorials covering cube hardware
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  • ! style="background: silver;" colspan="2" | World Rubik's Cube<br/>Championship 2013 | align="center" | [[World Rubik's Cube Championship 2011|WC2011]]
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  • |FAMOUSFOR=[[Big cube]] [[BLD]], [[multiBLD]] (U)WRs ...and 5x5 blindfolded as well as unofficial milestone achievements in [[big cube]] BLD and [[multiBLD]].
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  • ! style="background: silver;" colspan="2" | World Rubik's Cube<br/>Championship 2007 | align="center" | [[World Rubik's Cube Championship 2009|WC2009]]
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  • | competition=Berlin Summer Cube Days 2017 | competition=Melbourne Cube Day 2010
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  • | [[Daniel Beyer]],<br>[[Chris Hardwick]] | [[Chris Tran]]
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  • |proposers=[[Chris Tran]] '''ZZ-CT''' is a [[3x3]] method proposed by [[Chris Tran]]. It is a variant of the [[ZZ Method]] with a unique 2 look LSLL, div
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  • | align="center" | [[World Rubik's Cube Championship 2007|WC2007]] *3x3x3 Cube: [[Jean Pons]]
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  • | align="center" | [[World Rubik's Cube Championship 1982|WC1982]] ...he late 1990s that a new community of cubers arose. [[Ron van Bruchem]], [[Chris Hardwick]], and [[Ton Dennenbroek]] attempted to organize a world champions
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  • |proposers=[[Chris Hardwick]], [[Daniel Beyer]] ...e use of commutators allows the BH method to be used for solving any sized cube blindfolded.
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  • ...Solution''" (from 1982).[https://web.archive.org/web/20020208013747/http://cube.misto.cz/_MAIL_/cfsm.html] The method got picked-up by 2x2 cubers and becam ...ners turned out to have the same steps as the "Ortega" method. This led to Chris creating [https://youtu.be/054bInnL8YY a video] to rename the Ortega method
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  • ...you need to stretch the definition of a bad edge to any edge. You hold the cube so that the line and pseudo cross are in BD (which means tha your L/R colou |length=(12,6)|name=|wide=N|author=Chris Hardwick
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  • ! style="background: silver;" colspan="2" | World Rubik's Cube<br/>Championship 2011 | align="center" | [[World Rubik's Cube Championship 2009|WC2009]]
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  • ...to memorise the letters of the cycles that would be necessary to solve the cube. A standardised lettering scheme exists for the purposes of communicating p ...issue can be eliminated by using audio pairs to memorise only parts of the cube (eg. only the corners), it's also helpful if audio pairs are memorised last
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  • ...y proposed in 2003 by [[Ryan Heise]] on the [[Yahoo! Speed Solving Rubik's Cube Group|Yahoo! Group]] in [https://www.speedsolving.com/wiki/index.php/File:R ...ges and the bottom centre are the "line" in [[EOLine]]. This step puts the cube into an <L, U, R> group, meaning F, B, or D moves are not required for the
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  • {{S-title-bef| before=[[Chris Hardwick]] | year=2010 }} ...Endrey-Rubik-s-Cube-blindfolded-World-Record-28.80s Marcell Endrey Rubik's Cube blindfolded World Record 28.80s]
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  • | brand=Haiyan Cube | competition=Swedish Cube Day 2008
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  • ...eads/move-count-metrics-for-big-cubes-standards-and-preferences.23546/ big cube move metrics]. ...x4x4 solve which cannot manifest during a [[3x3x3]] (standard size Rubik's cube) solve. In fact, there has been debate about what situations are considere
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  • ...om/forum/showthread.php?13377-A-new-method-to-solve-the-F2L-of-the-Rubik-s-Cube-! This is the original thread with the quote tree removed] ...Z-ZB-Home-Thread&p=405079&viewfull=1#post405079 "I accidentally the whole cube over"]
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  • ...been repeated every two years since. From 2007 Chinese versions of Rubik's Cube have seen improvements on the basic design, a process which has accelerated ...atent, on the other hand, would result in a failed lawsuit against Rubik's Cube which would take most of the 1980s to play out.
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  • * AV (cube) * Cube
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  • | 24th of September 2018 and 25th of October 2018 - Cube: GAN 356 X | 2nd of September 2018 and 4th of October 2018 - Cube: GAN 354 M
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