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Re: Who taught you

Postby Npham » Wed Feb 27, 2013 11:13 pm

The Borg

Can you please not write so much on this page? You are not making very much sense!
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Re: Who taught you

Postby The Borg » Wed Feb 27, 2013 11:15 pm

Npham wrote:Youtube= Roboh0369= cubes 4,5,6
My friend Daniel=cubes 3
My friend Max=4,5,6
myself=4,5,6

I LEARNED CUBES 2,3,4,5,6 ALL FROM JANUARY UNTIL NOW! PRETTY GOOD HUH?


Not bad!
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Re: Who taught you

Postby The Borg » Wed Feb 27, 2013 11:18 pm

Npham wrote:The Borg

Can you please not write so much on this page? You are not making very much sense!


Sorry!...........did not know if you would answer.
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Re: Who taught you

Postby Npham » Wed Feb 27, 2013 11:19 pm

well i dont really fouces on one cube. i like leveling up to new challenges. i go to orchard hills where cubing is BIG. it is fun when all of these people come up to you and say wow!
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Re: Who taught you

Postby Npham » Wed Feb 27, 2013 11:19 pm

The Borg wrote:
Npham wrote:The Borg

Can you please not write so much on this page? You are not making very much sense!


Sorry!...........did not know if you would answer.

kk
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Re: Who taught you

Postby The Borg » Wed Feb 27, 2013 11:20 pm

Npham wrote:well i dont really fouces on one cube. i like leveling up to new challenges. i go to orchard hills where cubing is BIG. it is fun when all of these people come up to you and say wow!


Sounds neat!.......wish i could do that!
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Re: Who taught you

Postby Npham » Wed Feb 27, 2013 11:21 pm

The Borg wrote:
Npham wrote:well i dont really fouces on one cube. i like leveling up to new challenges. i go to orchard hills where cubing is BIG. it is fun when all of these people come up to you and say wow!


Sounds neat!.......wish i could do that!

what cubes can you solve???
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Re: Who taught you

Postby The Borg » Wed Feb 27, 2013 11:22 pm

Npham wrote:
The Borg wrote:
Npham wrote:well i dont really fouces on one cube. i like leveling up to new challenges. i go to orchard hills where cubing is BIG. it is fun when all of these people come up to you and say wow!


Sounds neat!.......wish i could do that!

what cubes can you solve???



So far the 3x3x3 cube.
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Re: Who taught you

Postby Sharkretriver » Thu Feb 28, 2013 12:19 am

Who taught me?
3x3x3: Dan Brown
3x3x3 Fridrich: Monkeydude1313 et al. =P
2x2x2 beginners: Mostly self, and another tutorial for an algorithm.
2x2x2 ortega: LancetheBlueKnight
4x4x4: Dan Brown
5x5x5: I forgot.
4x4x4/5x5x5 more advanced edge pairing: I forgot this as well. It was a specific video from a more random user, I think.
Sq-1: I forgot. Various
Megaminx beginners: self
Megaminx more advanced: forgot
Supercube: Monkeydude1313
Skewb: Monkeydude1313
Skewb ultimate: self
Pyraminx beginners: Monkeydude1313
Pyraminx (more) advanced: forgot
3x3x4: camcuber I think
3x3x2 / second method I used for 3x3x4: forgot
Magic: forgot, I think I learned it from a competition

And now puzzles from Magiccube4d (freeware, you can google search it)
3x3x3x3: Roice and then Matthew
n^4 where n>3: self, with help from Matthew
5-cell (4D pyraminx) 3 layers: self
3^5 or the 3x3x3x3x3: self
{6}x{4} duoprism 3 layers: self

lol.
lol, here to help ^_~
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Re: Who taught you

Postby The Borg » Thu Feb 28, 2013 12:58 am

Sharkretriver wrote:Who taught me?
3x3x3: Dan Brown
3x3x3 Fridrich: Monkeydude1313 et al. =P
2x2x2 beginners: Mostly self, and another tutorial for an algorithm.
2x2x2 ortega: LancetheBlueKnight
4x4x4: Dan Brown
5x5x5: I forgot.
4x4x4/5x5x5 more advanced edge pairing: I forgot this as well. It was a specific video from a more random user, I think.
Sq-1: I forgot. Various
Megaminx beginners: self
Megaminx more advanced: forgot
Supercube: Monkeydude1313
Skewb: Monkeydude1313
Skewb ultimate: self
Pyraminx beginners: Monkeydude1313
Pyraminx (more) advanced: forgot
3x3x4: camcuber I think
3x3x2 / second method I used for 3x3x4: forgot
Magic: forgot, I think I learned it from a competition

And now puzzles from Magiccube4d (freeware, you can google search it)
3x3x3x3: Roice and then Matthew
n^4 where n>3: self, with help from Matthew
5-cell (4D pyraminx) 3 layers: self
3^5 or the 3x3x3x3x3: self
{6}x{4} duoprism 3 layers: self

lol.



But your not a cuber anymore huh? I dont do it all the time.I like to get into my art.
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