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Moves used it this step. (Ri Di R D) x1,3 or 5. Get it out and dust it off. It's finaly time to solve this frustrating 80's Puzzle. This is my step by step solution guide on how to solve the 3x3 Rubiks cube. This is video 3 of 8
17 Feb 2008
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Moves used it this step. Right Move (U R Ui Ri Ui Fi U F) Left Move (Ui Li U L U F Ui Fi) Get it out and dust it off. It's finaly time to solve this frustrating 80's Puzzle. This is my step by step solution guide on how to solve the 3x3 Rubiks cube. This is video 4 of 8
3 Feb 2008
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3 Rubik's cubes get solved in less than 2 minutes.
26 Oct 2008
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Algarithm used it this step. (F R U Ri Ui Fi) Get it out and dust it off. It's finaly time to solve this frustrating 80's Puzzle. This is my step by step solution guide on how to solve the 3x3 Rubiks cube. This is video 5 of 8
2 Feb 2008
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Get it out and dust it off. It's finaly time to solve this frustrating 80's Puzzle. This is my step by step solution guide on how to solve the 3x3 Rubiks cube. This is video 2 of 8
2 Feb 2008
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Algorithm used in this step (R U Ri U R U U Ri) Get it out and dust it off. It's finaly time to solve this frustrating 80's Puzzle. This is my step by step video guide on how to solve the 3x3 Rubiks cube. This is video 6 of 8.
17 Feb 2008
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Algarithm Used for this step (U R Ui Li U Ri Ui L) Get it out and dust it off. It's finaly time to solve this frustrating 80's Puzzle. This is my step by step video guide on how to solve the 3x3 Rubiks cube. This is video 7 of 8.
4 Feb 2008
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Algarithm used in this step (Ri Di R D)x2 or 4. Get it out and dust it off. It's finaly time to solve this frustrating 80's Puzzle. This is my step by step video guide on how to solve the 3x3 Rubiks cube. This is video 8 of 8.
31 Jan 2008
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An instructional tutorial for beginners which talks about the structure of the cube, notation, and how to solve for the cross. I will try to keep the total number algorithms to memorize to a minimum. For everyone who is interested: PART 2 should be coming out in a COUPLE OF DAYS. Total Algorithms Needed So Far: 0
11 Feb 2008
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my personal record
19 Apr 2008
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Ok, it is sped up twice, actual solve time: 54 seconds.
26 Feb 2009
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28 Feb 2009
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I solve the Rubik's Cube five times. The solves are averaged, excluding the best and worst times. This is currently my second best 3x3 average of 5. Two sub 14s, but 2nd and 4th solve had bad PLL =( Average: 14.68 Standard Deviation: 0.85 Individual Times: (13.20), (18.32+), 13.90, 15.86, 14.27 Cube: Type C DIY clone (DealExtreme)
10 Jan 2010
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In this video I explain all cases of parity on a fisher cube. One center turned 90 degrees clockwise- (L', U, L', U', L', U', L', U, L, U, 2L) x3 One center turned 90 degrees counterclockwise- (R, U', R, U, R, U, R, U', R', U', 2R) x3 Two adjacent centers turned 90 degrees- watch video One center turned 180 degrees- (R, U, R', U) x5 Two adjacent centers turned 180 degrees- (R, U', R', F) x6
6 Apr 2010
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It's a stop motion video about solving the 3 x 3 x 3 rubik;s It's my first amateur video, so please check this out!
16 Jun 2010
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Genuine NxNxN V-Cubes and over 100 other puzzles are available in my Puzzle Shop here: *******tonyfisherpuzzles****/puzzleshop.html Things have come a long way since this hoax a few years back. I never would have dreamed that I would ever build a real 11x11x11. After 26 years of serious puzzle making I figured it would be fun and a change to instigate a hoax on the Twisty Puzzle forum. I never expected anyone to believe it and I was always going to own up pretty quickly afterwards. Some people got the joke but many didn't and once again I apologise to those who believed I had really created this puzzle. ALL my other puzzles are genuine and I will NEVER repeat this. After I owned up I forgot all about the You Tube video and it was sometime later that I changed the description. It was certainly not my intention to leave it so long. The 'puzzle' itself was created partly for the hoax but also because I wanted to own a 9x9x9 mock-up until I could get my hands on the real thing. It was necessary to make three for my hoax. Sometime ago I picked up 200 poor quality Mini (keychain) Rubik's Cubes on ebay. These were a perfect size for my fake 9x9x9. The first step was to fix three of these cubes together in a stack forming a 3x3x9 block. I did this in such a way that it was possible to rotate all nine horizontal rows though nothing else. I then disassembled several more of the Mini Cubes and glued them into solid 1x3x3 blocks. I then glued eight of these together in a square around each one of the 3x3x9's rows to make each of the nine 1x9x9 layers required. This makes a 9x9x9 looking puzzle which has nine layers of rotation in one dimension but none in the others. This could be viewed as a 1x1x9 puzzle with 65,536 combinations though extremely easy to solve. As stated the photos to the left and above were used in the forum post. The way I put stickers on the cubes was extremely important to carry off the hoax. The aim was to use the three cubes to give the impression in the video that just one had gone from totally solved to a six sided chequered pattern. To achieve this each was stickered differently and by swapping the puzzles during the video I could give the impression that there was just one fully functional puzzle. I have a section of unedited video also uploaded to my channel. In this (other) video you can see how I carefully swapped puzzles. When this swap was edited out and camera angles changed it looks like only one puzzle was used. If you view the original video again here you will see what I mean. I will repeat that ALL of my other puzzles are real and fully functional. In December 2009 myself and some friends finished a genuine fully functional 11x11x11. I have heard talk of 13x13x13s and even seen designs for 17x17x17s. It now seems strange looking back at my 9x9x9 hoax.
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