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International Rubik's Cube Competition Answered

http://www.exploratorium.edu/rubiks/

Sunday, January 18, 2009
10:00 AM - 4:30 PM
The Exploratorium in San Francisco, CA

Watch some of the world's greatest Rubik's Cube puzzle-solvers compete before a live audience!

Highlights include the 3x3x3 Speed Solve and 3x3x3 Blindfold Solve. Onsite registration lasts from 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. If you can solve a cube, sign up - anyone may compete. Presented in conjunction with the Rubik's Cube Clubs of Caltech, UC Berkeley, and Stanford.

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I don't think 45 seconds solves will get me anywhere here, haha.

i can only finish in one an a half minutes. i mae a 'ible on it

i also was only able to solve one side. when i was trying to work on another side, i messed up the side that got finished!

I'm thinking about going, not competing though. It takes me 10+ to solve one and the limit is 10 minutes. Winners are under 20 seconds!
I learned how on the YouTube - how to solve a Rubiks' cube videos. Specifically - pogobat - Dan Brown's videos. http://www.youtube.com/user/pogobat
It's still a challenge but attainable now.

Oh lol i thought this was an instructables competition :P

One of the burning questions was How to Solve a Rubik's Cube.

I am so bad at solving a rubik's cube, I only manage to solve one face of the cube...

Dang, too bad I won't be there.

I'm not that good whit a Rubik's cube, but I would love to watch them solve it....in under a minute or so...

uh oh..
i want participate!
but i don't want to lose my money 4 that competition, cuz i'm in indonesia...
haha so far far away country`

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bumpus

9 years ago

What a surprise. San Fran-Sisco..