Tuesday, November 15, 2005

New best one-handed solve time: 79.87 seconds

I very rarely do one-handed solves, but since competing in this event at Worlds I've realised that it's more fun than it looks.

I don't use my regular speedsolving method for one-handed cubing because I can't remember the majority of the last layer algorithms when there's only one hand solving. I basically just use a beginner method. If I re-learnt all the 3-look LL algs one-handed then I'd probably be able to knock quite a bit off my one-handed average.

spinning Rubik's Cube

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