Happy Friday! I thought I would have a lighter funnier (ok, Maybe that’s a stretch) post for “fun Friday”. You find yourself practicing algorithms in your head even if you don't have a cubeYou take your cube wherever you goYou have dreams about speedcubingYou know what CFOP is You have a cube next to you … Continue reading You Know You’re a Speedcuber When…
I'm sure you all have heard about COVID-19 by now, The President of the United States declared a national emergency, the Prime minister of Canada's wife has it, many schools are moving to online or shutting down, it is all over. Today I'll be answering how does it affecting the Speedcubing community? Online Shops Both … Continue reading How is the Coronavirus Affecting Speedcubing?
I learned how to solve the first layer intuitively so I have always been color neutral. I thought this was a good thing but a little while back I noticed my cross times took up a very large chunk of my time. When I was color neutral I just picked a super easy cross and … Continue reading Why I Paused Being Color Neutral
For Christmas I received The GoCube Edge. What is The GoCube you may be wondering? The GoCube is a smart Bluetooth Rubik's Cube that connects to your phone. You download an app and it can track your moves within the app.
Speedcubing is solving twisty puzzles as fast as possible. The most famous one being the Rubik's Cube. There is no time limit to be a speedcuber, which means that if you try to solve a Rubik's cube as fast as you can, you are a speedcuber. Even if it takes you 10 minutes. Many speedcubers … Continue reading What is Speedcubing? -Speedcubing summarized in less than 70 words
The Rubik's Cube, originally called the Magic Cube, was one of the bestselling toys of all times. With over 100,000,000 cubes being sold from 1980 to 1982 it became an icon of the 80s. It was originally invented in 1974 by Erno Rubik. Erno Rubik was a hungarian architect professor and wanted to create a … Continue reading History of the Cube
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