Because none of us are as cruel as all of us.
I've been trying to get a rubiks cube, I can solve a face in about a minute or two, but that's as fast as I get (and far )
You can get one for about $10 at Walmart. (Less if you're lucky . More if you're unlucky...)I've been trying to get a rubiks cube, I can solve a face in about a minute or two, but that's as fast as I get (and far )
If we had a Rubik's Cube competition at my school I'd still probably win. (I doubt anyone at my school can even get one layer solved correctly )
me and my friends didn't trust the manual... it was sooo complicated.I just bought the damn thing out of curiosity around 1995 or so, I never solved until 2004 or so I just couldn't find the right way of solving it until my friend showed me how on a manual that he bought it from.
$10!? that's expensive...You can get one for about $10 at Walmart. (Less if you're lucky . More if you're unlucky...)
too bad i don't understand any of the alogarithms...Take a look at Speedcubing's multimedia page.
I gave my rubiks cube away to someone, and I probably can't do it in under a minute anymore. It got too mainstream here, and I got tired of it.You got a camera, lets see some proof , I might upload my proof if I can find out how to make my cellphone record for more than 15 seconds.
you mean you don't manipulate the mid rows?Alogarithms usually are seen as U, D, R, L, Ui, Di, Ri, Li. U means up, D means down, R means right, and L means left. So if you see just the letter then turn that face clockwise. Like if I see a U then I turn the top of the cube cloakwise. If I see a L then I mean the left side cloakwise.
The World RUBIK Cube championship was held in Budapest on June 5, 1982. Nineteen National Champions took part. Minh Thai, the US Champion, won by solving the Cube in of 22.95 seconds. The world record, in competitive conditions, grew progressively lower and now stands at 16.5 seconds.