How to Solve a Rubik's Cube, Step by Step
As of late, while collecting a video about the world's fastest solvers of the Rubik's Cube, I decided to submit somewhere in the range of an optimal chance to sorting out some way to address the excellent conundrum myself. Tyson Mao, an individual sponsor of the World Cube Association, went to WIRED's work environments and gone through about an hour showing me his go-to juvenile's procedure. A brief time frame later he unveiled to me that, with preparing, I could almost certainly get my ordinary settle time down to under a second and a half. Ninety seconds isn't fast by speedcubing rules (the world's speediest cubers ordinary well under 10 seconds for each address), with the exception of Mao said it would be a respectable an optimal chance for a hobbyist such as myself.
I began practising the next day. My first time tending to the 3D square in isolation took me more than 20 minutes. Savage. However, I kept at it: For around fourteen days I