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sleepsleep
yeah, i know this cube for some long time, but never really put efforts to understand how to solve it.
but lately, i was kinda possessed by it. and want to understand how this cube works and wanna solve it like a pro

this game is awesome, it is one of the best game for single people like me
i forgot, i am god, nevertheless, i wanna learn solving this rubiks cube

any tips just in case we got pro(s) here.
03 Jan 2010, 07:41
ass0

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I know a pretty easy way to solve it (I do it in ~2 min).
http://www.mathematische-basteleien.de/rubikscube.htm

But in the championships they do it in less than 15 secs!

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03 Jan 2010, 08:29
edfed

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edfed
my brother solve it in 14 seconds.
but me, i don't solve it at all, i complete 4 faces maximum.
03 Jan 2010, 09:42
Tyler

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Tyler
It's all over youtube, but I learned from a teacher at my school.
edfed wrote:

i complete 4 faces maximum.

If you can do that without learning the steps, then you're a genius.

Here's a good link, it teaches you the cheater's way(the way I do it), you do the cube in layers as opposed to trying without a strategy(or some crazy algorithm) http://peter.stillhq.com/jasmine/rubikscubesolution.html. It uses a harder way to solve the last layer than I do, but it's similar. You should try a 4x4, once you solve the interal 2x2 it's just like a 3x3.
03 Jan 2010, 12:52
sleepsleep

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sleepsleep
solve my first rubic cube in life. cool.
these videos help.

03 Jan 2010, 13:12
windwakr

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windwakr
I've got a Rubik's Revenge. I usually take about 15-20 minutes to solve it.
03 Jan 2010, 16:44
DustWolf

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DustWolf
Rubik cubes are too complicated for me, I prefer puzzles like pomegranates, where the colorful pieces are edible!

Interesting though, I would have expected that all other FASMers have solved it. It would proove that ASM is a language for the nerds who enjoy all things overcomplicated. Maybe it really is a language for the practical.
03 Jan 2010, 17:00
Coddy41

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Coddy41
I solved it... I tore it apart and "fixed" it.

I suppose that don't count though
03 Jan 2010, 17:13
vid
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vid
I used to solve it when it was a "fad" (sort of) for a short time in high school. I remember I figured out my own "tricks", unlike everyone else who got them from internet or some magazine.
03 Jan 2010, 18:25
Borsuc

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Borsuc
Seems too complicated, but I guess with muscle memory and memorizing patterns it becomes easier -- which is not learned from a simple video or tutorial in an efficient fashion unfortunately.
04 Jan 2010, 00:02
Tomasz Grysztar
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My personal best was about minute and a half, I also used some my own tricks, however the basics I learned from a friend.
04 Jan 2010, 07:05
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sleepsleep
Quote:

Seems too complicated, but I guess with muscle memory and memorizing patterns it becomes easier -- which is not learned from a simple video or tutorial in an efficient fashion unfortunately.

that youtube video links i posted above actually contained the sort of "secrect moves" that could help beginner to solve his/her rubic cube.

but to become a pro. i guess, one need to play it till he falls asleep daily.

Quote:

My personal best was about minute and a half

cool!!!

btw, is there a software out there that could actually calculate & optimize moves to solve a cube, let say, we copy the cube color pattern and input it into the software, and it gives us the best unbeatable fastest moves, so we could learn from it? like remember the pattern how to move this to here without modify other cube faces.. anything like that available?

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I used to solve it when it was a "fad" (sort of) for a short time in high school. I remember I figured out my own "tricks", unlike everyone else who got them from internet or some magazine.

you are cool! without internet, i could only solve 2 layers.
04 Jan 2010, 09:17
TmX

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TmX
anybody experinced in solving unconvential Rubiks, such as this Mirror Rubick?

04 Jan 2010, 13:58
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sleepsleep
awesome!!, i wonder how our hands feel while solving this mirror cube.
04 Jan 2010, 16:13
windwakr

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sleepsleep wrote:

btw, is there a software out there that could actually calculate & optimize moves to solve a cube, let say, we copy the cube color pattern and input it into the software, and it gives us the best unbeatable fastest moves, so we could learn from it? like remember the pattern how to move this to here without modify other cube faces.. anything like that available?

There's a really neat Rubiks cube program on this page:

You can mess with cubes from 1x1x1 to 64x64x64! I don't think it knows patterns or anything, but it does have a pretty good solver.

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04 Jan 2010, 17:04
DustWolf

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Found this recenty:
http://www.gravitation3d.com/magiccube5d/

5D Rubiks!

Enjoy.

LP,
Jure
14 Jan 2010, 22:45
bitshifter

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14 Jan 2010, 22:57
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