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Author by : Dan Harris Languange Used : en Release Date : 2008-05 Publisher by : Sterling Publishing Company, Inc. ISBN : 1402753136 File Size : 52,8 Mb Total Download : 345
They call it speedcubing”a mind-bending blur of quick twists and turns that solves Rubik's Cube in times that have been clocked at less than 20 seconds! Today, thanks to the 2003 revival of the Rubik's World Championships, speedcubing is spreading like wildfire. Here, complete with detailed illustrations and basic as well as advanced solving techniques, is the ultimate speedcuber's guide. It not only gives the solution to the familiar 3x3x3 cube (which has 43,252,003,274,489,856,000that's 43 quintillionpossible positions), but also the 2x2x2, 4x4x4, and staggeringly difficult 5x5x5 puzzles.
Author by : Ian Scheffler Languange Used : en Release Date : 2016-10-18 Publisher by : Simon and Schuster ISBN : 9781501121920 File Size : 40,6 Mb Total Download : 732
A journalist and aspiring “speedcuber” attempts to break into the international phenomenon of speedsolving the Rubik’s Cube—think chess played at the speed of Ping-Pong—while exploring the Cube’s rise to iconic status around the globe and the lessons that can be learned through solving it. When Hungarian professor Ernő Rubik invented the Rubik’s Cube (or, rather, his Cube) in the 1970s out of wooden blocks, rubber bands, and paper clips, he didn’t even know if it could be solved, let alone that it would become the world’s most popular puzzle. Since its creation, the Cube has