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  • |NAME=David James Salvia '''David James Salvia''' is an [[USA|American]] speedcuber currently residing in Sou
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  • |NAME=David Allen '''David Allen''' is a [[USA|American]] speedcuber from Bradford, Pennsylvania, and
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  • |NAME=David Singmaster |IMAGE=David Singmaster.jpg
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  • |NAME=David Woner |IMAGE=David Woner.jpg
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  • |NAME=David Wesley |IMAGE=David Wesley.jpg
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  • |NAME=Julian David '''Julian David''' is a Canadian speedcuber specializing in blindfolded events and [[FMC]].
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  • |NAME=David Calvo Vivas |IMAGE=David Calvo Vivas.jpg
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  • |NAME=David Calvo Vivas |IMAGE=David Calvo Vivas.jpg
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  • |NAME=David Wesley |IMAGE=David Wesley.jpg
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  • |NAME=David James Salvia '''David James Salvia''' is an [[USA|American]] speedcuber currently residing in Sou
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  • |NAME=David Woner |IMAGE=David Woner.jpg
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  • |proposers=[[David Salvia]] An experimental [[method]] by [[David Salvia]]. The novelty of his method is in the first two layers.
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  • |NAME=David Allen '''David Allen''' is a [[USA|American]] speedcuber from Bradford, Pennsylvania, and
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  • |NAME=Julian David '''Julian David''' is a Canadian speedcuber specializing in blindfolded events and [[FMC]].
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  • |proposers=[[Jeremy Fleischman]], [[David Games]] and [[Devin Corr-Robinett]] ...yer control cases (for the [[3x3x3]]) proposed by [[Jeremy Fleischman]], [[David Games]], and [[Devin Corr-Robinett]] in 2010.
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  • * [[David Calvo Vivas]]
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  • ...-24, 2006. It was organized by the Euro2006 organization team, headed by [[David Hedley Jones]] and [[Ron van Bruchem]].
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  • [[David Singmaster]] reports that he typically used a [[Corners First]] method, and * David Singmaster, [https://www.jaapsch.net/puzzles/cubic.htm ''Cubic Circular''],
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  • ...of the South Bank in London. During this period he shared an office with [[David Singmaster]].[Singmaster p. 39] ...e second edition of his ''Notes on Rubik's "Magic Cube"'' (October 1979) [[David Singmaster]] mentions that Thistlethwaite had invented a novel strategy for
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  • ...y finished in 14th place with a best time of 30.59 seconds. According to [[David Singmaster]], Brinkmann used two methods: one was a [[Corners first]] techn *<span id="cite_note-1">His name ''Ronald'' is verified by the testimony of David Singmaster;[https://www.jaapsch.net/puzzles/cubic3.htm] [[Georges Helm]] (w
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  • | David Gilday (ARM Principal Engineer) | David Gilday (ARM Principal Engineer)
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  • |NAME=David Singmaster |IMAGE=David Singmaster.jpg
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  • * [[David Singmaster]], author of ''Notes on Rubik's Magic Cube'', a famous [[Puzzle
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  • [[David Singmaster]] mentions John White in his ''Cubic Circular''. In Issue 1 (Nov * David Singmaster, [https://www.jaapsch.net/puzzles/cubic.htm ''Cubic Circular''],
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  • |proposers=[[David Ha]] ...ve, the first detailed description of the method was the one invented by [[David Ha]]. He published it (along with a video tutorial explaining in depth the
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  • ...22.95 seconds. He also had the best time averaged over all three rounds. [[David Singmaster]] reports that he used a [[Corners First]] method.[https://www.j ...llenge Minh Thai. Minh Thai won the title of "Grand Champion" by beating [[David Allen]]. The tournament was broadcast on "That's Incredible" on January 24
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  • |proposers=[[David Singmaster]] The '''cross''' is a concept first proposed in the early 80's by [[David Singmaster]] and is the first [[step]] for most [[layer by layer]] methods
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  • ...p 1982]] he finished in 13th position with a best time of 30.02 seconds. [[David Singmaster]], who was one of the judges of the competition, seems to have s
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  • |proposers=[[David Woner]]
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  • ...was broken twice in the same attempt, which violated competition rules. [[David Singmaster]] reports that Sandqvist used a [[Corners first]] technique.[htt
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  • ...d in 19th and last place with a best time in round one of 50.16 seconds. [[David Singmaster]] notes that he was one of the few contestants using the Layer b According to David Singmaster, who saw a prototype in 1981:
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  • ...finished in eighth place with a best time (in round 2) of 26.63 seconds. [[David Singmaster]] reports that he used a [[Corners First]] method. He was the yo
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  • * [[David Calvo Vivas]]'s four cubes underwater
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  • ...shed in 12th place with a best time of 29.73 seconds in the third round. [[David Singmaster]] reports that he used a [[Corners first]] technique.[https://ww
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  • ...Theory: Rubik's Cube, Merlin's Machine, and Other Mathematical Toys''] by David Joyner
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  • ...finished in fifth place with a best time (in round 3) of 24.91 seconds. [[David Singmaster]] reports that he used a [[Corners First]] method.[https://www.j
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  • ...n round 3) of 28.11 seconds.[https://www.jaapsch.net/puzzles/cubic3.htm] [[David Singmaster]] notes that in round 1 his cube [[pop]]ped three times but he r
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  • *[[David Woner]]
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  • ...nished in eleventh place with a best time (in round 2) of 29.62 seconds. [[David Singmaster]] reports that he used a [[Corners first]] method. He was the on
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  • * Joyner, David ''Adventures in Group Theory: Rubik's Cube, Merlin's Machine, and Other Mat
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  • ...pyright and trademark matters worldwide. The president of Rubik's Brand is David Kremer, the son of Tom Kremer. They are known for using their trademark "to
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  • ...list. Of the other books in this list, the most influential is probably [[David Singmaster]]'s ''Notes on Rubik's Magic Cube'', which he first self-publish *Frey, Alexander; Singmaster, David, (1982) ''Handbook of Cubik Math''. Enslow. ISBN 0-89490-058-7
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  • |proposers= David Larios
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  • * [[David Wesley]]
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  • * [[David gear cube]] (Polo cube)
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  • He was from Nyíregyháza (near Budapest) and was a student in 1981/2. [[David Singmaster]] reports on the Hungarian Championship as follows:
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  • {{S-title-bef| before=[[David Woner]] | year=2009, 2010 }}
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  • The concept of a cube without its centre stickers was discussed by [[David Singmaster]] in his ''Cubic Circular'' in the 1980s:[https://www.jaapsch.ne
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  • ...d he was (along with [[Zoltán Lábas]] of Hungary) the oldest contestant. [[David Singmaster]] reports that he used a [[Corners First]] method.[https://www.j
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  • * [[Julian David]]
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  • |proposers=[[David Singmaster]] and others ...ve, the first detailed description of the method was the one invented by [[David Singmaster]]. He published it (along with his [[3x3x3 notation]]) in his <i
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  • ...the 1981 UK national championship. The jury consisted of [[Ernő Rubik]], [[David Singmaster]], Georgina Tamás (Konsumex), Peter Peacock (Ideal UK), and Rai Although the tournament went well [[David Singmaster]] mentions some technical difficulties. At one stage the power f
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  • ...cube]) in Easter 1981. He visited and corresponded with experts such as [[David Singmaster]], [[Christoph Bandelow]] and many others.
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  • ...fter Episode 20 in the original season, Cubecast added [[Dan Cohen]] and [[David Woner]] as regular guests and streamed live at justin.tv/cubecast with audi * Episode 20 - [[Shotaro Makisumi]] and [[David Woner]].
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  • ...iereck. [We] introduce the moves E[quator), M(iddle) and S(tanding). ... [[David Singmaster|Singmaster's]] notation does not include central layer moves; in
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  • | name=[[David Woner]] | name=[[David Woner]]
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  • * [[David Lim]] * [[David Woner]]
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