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How to Solve a 2x2 Rubik's Cube: Tricks and Speed Algorithms
If you’re new to Rubik’s puzzles, the 2x2 Rubik’s Cube is a great starting point. All you need are some simple algorithms to master the two-layered "Pocket Cube" or "Mini Cube." Here, we’ll explain what the algorithm notations mean, then walk you through how to use those algorithms to solve the beginner-friendly 2x2 Rubik's Cube. Read on to try out this fun puzzle, learn the basics of
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18-06-2022, 22:10
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How to Solve a Puzzle Ball
A puzzle ball looks easy enough to solve, but the pieces are surprisingly tricky to put together. Fortunately, most 6-piece puzzle balls—such as the IQ Puzzle Ball—use the same 6 puzzle shapes (though the colors vary). So, once you read our step-by-step instructions below, you’ll be able to solve pretty much any 6-piece puzzle ball like a pro! (Note: If the puzzle ball is already put
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27-04-2022, 13:10
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You've just spent hours putting together a puzzle and you know you want to display it, but how do you do it? While gluing puzzles is common, glue is messy, takes a long time to dry, and can leave a haze on the puzzle. If you want a faster way to preserve your work, laminate the puzzle with adhesive sheets or a roll of clear contact paper. We'll walk you through how to use both products
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14-08-2021, 10:40
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How to Play Mind Games
Since the beginning of time, people have been using manipulative tactics to get others to say or do certain things. To play mind games ,you must be able to deceive people without making your intentions obvious. By practicing certain methods, and find tuning your acting skills, you may find yourself controlling the thoughts and emotions of others.
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31-07-2021, 08:00
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How to Solve a Rubik's Cube with the Layer by Layer Method
This is a beginners' guide to solving the Rubik's cube layer-by-layer. It is relatively easy to understand, compared to other methods, and it minimizes the need to memorize long sequences of moves. Practicing this method prepares you for a smooth transition to the Fridrich speed cubing method, which consistently produces times under 20 seconds in competition. With enough patience and
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29-07-2021, 15:00
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How to Create a Cube Pattern Within a Rubik's Cube
Do you want to impress your friends by going a step above just solving a Rubik's Cube? These instructions will teach you how to create a cool pattern, making a cube within your Rubik's Cube. Part one will teach you how to create a 2 by 2 by 2 cube, and part two consists of completing the full design to achieve a second 2 by 2 by 2 cube. Finally, you will end up with two small cubes in
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21-07-2021, 22:20
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How to Assemble Jigsaw Puzzles
Assembling jigsaw puzzles is a great pastime that can be both relaxing and challenging. You can have fun experimenting with different methods for assembling a puzzle, especially if you’re new to jigsaws. Once you figure out how you want to sort the pieces and put your puzzle together, you’ll feel like a pro. When you’re finished with your puzzle, donate it, preserve it, or just pack it
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8-07-2021, 04:20
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F2L is an advanced way to go about solving the first two layers of the Rubik’s Cube. It’s the most important element of speed solving the Rubik’s Cube. In F2L, a the first and second layers are solved in the same step instead of separately. While generally used by speedcubers and cubing competitors, even beginners can employ F2L to improve their times.
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25-06-2021, 15:00
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How to Become a Rubik's Cube Speed Solver
After you’ve mastered the basics of how to solve a Rubik’s cube, you can become a Rubik’s cube speed solver! Do this by speeding up the cube, learning to solve the cube faster, and using outside resources like the internet and community. Keep practicing, have some patience, and soon you can solve as fast as possible. On your mark, get set, go!
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5-06-2021, 10:20
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How to Solve a Sudoku
You want to try sudoku, but you don't know where to begin. Sudoku looks hard because it involves numbers, but in reality, it's not math-based. Even if you think you're bad at math, you can still do well at sudoku. In fact, the numbers could be replaced with letters or symbols and the results would be the same; it's all about recognizing the pattern. Start by learning the basics of