Fastest times to solve the Rubik's cube?

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  1. Bismark

    Bismark a class guy with class glasses VIP

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    I started solving the rubik's cube when I was 14 and my best time so far on a 3x3 cube is 42 seconds(although I hope to beat it in the new future). I can solve the 4x4 as well but my best time is up in the minutes:p. I'm hoping to learn to solve the 5x5 as well in the near future. Tell my what your best times are and in what cube if you want to :D. I'm interested to know!
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  2. xelaroc

    xelaroc Famous Emerald Member

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    I've never solved the 4x4 Rubik's Cube. I think I tried at least 10 hours to solve it, but I never achieved it. And I think I'll never achieve it xD
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  3. Aajah

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    Wow at least you can finish one! I tried it when I was about 6 or 7 and of course my impatience at that age was really, really strong so I gave up on it like 5 minutes later and started peeling off the stickers cx
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  4. Estrongel

    Estrongel The Bees Knees

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    You can solve those?
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  5. schatzi24

    schatzi24 German Ex-Senior Mod

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    My thoughts lol.
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  6. Bismark

    Bismark a class guy with class glasses VIP

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    The 4x4 is pretty difficult, I'm told the 5x5 is a bit easier as the centres are fixed :p

    Ahaa, I used to peel the stickers but I just felt I had to solve it and pushed myself to do it :D

    Just keep pushing yourself and you'll do it :p
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  7. Reawee

    Reawee The Bees Knees Emerald Member

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    I've never even solved lmao, the best i've gotten is one side done but that's about it >:C
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  8. Bismark

    Bismark a class guy with class glasses VIP

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    Aha, if you want to learn I'd recommend a guy called Dan Brown :p
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  9. Chatalie

    Chatalie Talk of the Town

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    42 seconds for a 3x3 is insane ;O good job! i can only solve a 2x2 (not as easy as people think! although easier than a 3x3). my best time for the 2x2 is 33.103 seconds (to be precise xD). i can solve a 3x3 but only with a guide up telling me what algorithms to do and when :(

    i am wanting to learn how to complete it though eventually without the guide, i even bought a speedcube so i could do it faster when i learn :3
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  10. Bismark

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    The 2x2 is a horrible cube to move in my opinion, but that's a really good time! Mine is about 20ish :p. It's all about practise, Im sure you'll learn how to do it one day! Only took me a weekend xD. I got me something like 6 speed cubes anyway(of each size up to a 5x5) and I have 7 in total(still kept my classic cube), my favourite is my stickerless guhong <3. Good luck with solving it m9!
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  11. Chatalie

    Chatalie Talk of the Town

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    its okay for me though because i have small hands haha :3 20 seconds, jesus you're good xD ive been learning on and off which probably doesn't help but omg i couldn't learn it in a weekend, you are insanely clever! yayy lots of cubes :3 i only have 2 but my favourite is probably something similar :O i have a stickerless yulong but it's got a pink side instead of red and is really cute ^-^ anyway tyty!! i'll learn eventually, good luck on improving your times in the future!
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  12. Bismark

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    Aha, stickerless cubes are the best m9 xD. You don't have to be too clever :p Just put in enough effort and you'll do it some day! Hoping to learn Fredicks method to lower my best times and cheers for the good luck m9!
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  13. Brandonn_

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    My best time is 5 years, and counting.
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  14. Bismark

    Bismark a class guy with class glasses VIP

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    Good luck with that, I think it would rival the world record
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  15. SamVsLife

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  16. Bismark

    Bismark a class guy with class glasses VIP

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    With a name like that you'd hope they could solve it xD
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  17. Bribri

    Bribri V.I.BEE Emerald Member

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    I can never solve them because I'm very impatient and I get very bored easily. But, I might try it again in the future. :p
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  18. Bismark

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    If you ever want to solve them use Dan Brown m9!
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  19. DerpPig

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    My 3x3x3 record is 45.19 seconds. I've been cubing for around 2-3 months.
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  20. Kiteko

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    Does breaking it count?
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