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35-second solve

After WC05, I decided to finally bite the bullet and learn the Fridrich method.  This has been an enjoyable experience.  Learning the F2L intuitively presented Rubik's Cube as a whole new puzzle challenge.  This solve from February 2006 shows me still in the early stages of learning.  I am using a 2-look OLL, and the F2L is still clumsy.  The cube is a 25th anniversary cube with arched centers and Cubesmith tiles.  I am trying to use more finger shortcuts and triggers.  I can average about 35 seconds.


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