What i realized is speed-cubing is really easy. if you look at the solution on rubiks.com, and solve the cube about 5 times – you will remember all the turns. and then you just need to build speed.

i think the fun is solving by trying to use a different approach each time. this can take weeks, and you may never solve it. but, you will figure out brilliant moves, and those have a deeper meaning ……. :) we should chat over kababs someday :-p

]]>Want an inferiority complex? Check out this video of a 3 year old solving the cube: http://www.rubiks.com/Academy/youngest%20cuber%20video.aspx

]]>Wow! seems like we are up to the same thing. I remember i was in the 6th grade when i first set my hands on a cube – just for a few hours though. I bought one about 5 years back and took almost 2-3 weeks to solve it. I picked it up again a week or so back and have been trying this different method on the web: http://lar5.com/cube/. This method asks you to start with a corner and then solve the cube like enveloping it. check it out sometime :)

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