# What is the trick to solve cube 3 3?

## What is the trick to solve cube 3 3?

Basic Rotations Of Rubik’s Cube:

1. R: Rotate the right layer clockwise.
2. R’: Rotate the right layer anti-clockwise.
3. L: Rotate the left layer clockwise.
4. L’: Rotate the left layer anti-clockwise.
5. U: Rotate the top layer clockwise.
6. U’: Rotate the top layer anti-clockwise.
7. F: Rotate the front layer clockwise.

What is the world record of solving a Rubik’s Cube 17×17?

YouTube user Kenneth Brandon has solved giant Rubik’s Cube in 7.5 hours over the course of five days. According to Gizmodo, the giant Rubik’s Cube has 17 cubes in each row and column features some 66.9 quinquagintatrecentillion possible positions, CNet reported.

What is a YEET ball?

Product Description The YJ Yeet Ball is a spherical modification of an Ivy cube. If you can solve the Ivy cube, you can solve the Yeet Ball. The Yeet Ball is, however, more satisfying to throw across the room.

### Is mirror cube hard?

Usually, people think it’s quite hard to solve the mirror cube. This is a sheer misconception. People start to think so, because when they try to solve a mirror cube, they think that since they know how to solve a 3×3 rubiks cube, they would easily get the mirror cube. This is not the truth.

How do you play Molecube?

To solve the Molecube, arrange the spheres so that each side contains all nine colors. The rows turn easily in your hands, and the pieces give a satisfying click as they set into place. Relish the challenge as you try to solve this colorful combination of classic brain teasers.

Is there a 100×100 Rubik’s cube?

Amazon.com: Rubiks Cubes 100×100.

#### What is the 7×7 world record?

1 minute, 40.89 seconds
The world record fastest 7x7x7 solve is 1 minute, 40.89 seconds, set by Max Park of the United States on 1 August 2019 at CubingUSA Nationals 2019 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States.

Who invented mirror cube?

Hidetoshi Takeji
Origin. The Mirror Blocks was originally invented by Hidetoshi Takeji in 2006. He initially named the puzzle the “Bump Cube” due to it having an uneven, bumpy surface when scrambled. At a competition in Osaka, Hidetoshi showed his puzzle to a speedcuber who took great interest in it.

Who is J perm?

About J Perm Hi, I’m Dylan, also known on YouTube as J Perm! I make Rubik’s Cube tutorials, such as How to solve a 3×3, 4×4, Blindfolded, One Handed, and many videos on how to get faster at these, such as the video about F2L, Cross in 8 moves and my extensive F2L sheet.

## How do speed Cubers solve so fast?

The very best speedcubers excel at something called “look-ahead”—the ability to spot the pattern that will snap into existence right as they finish the move they are currently performing. A kind of short-throw clairvoyance, look-ahead enables cubers to plan for future algorithms a fraction of a second in advance.

How do you play Sudocube?

Cool interface, colorful blocks of different shapes, drag the blocks into the board, so that each square of different shapes can fill any of the nine grids in the board and. How to fill more blocks into the board is the key of the game! Once the blocks are placed on the board, they cannot be moved.

What is the point of a Molecube?

A mix between a Rubik’s cube and a Sudoku puzzle, Molecube is extremely fun to play and hard to solve. The 26 colored balls come in nine different colors and the goal is to arrange the cube so that each of the six sides displays one ball of every color.

### How old is Feliks?

26 years (December 20, 1995)Feliks Zemdegs / Age
Feliks Aleksanders Zemdegs (born: December 20, 1995 (1995-12-20) [age 26]) is an Australian Rubik’s Cube speed-solver. He was born in Melbourne, Australia.