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The Ultimate Speedsolving Survey

Ever heard of speedsolving? No? Well, speedsolving is the art of solving a puzzle as fast as humanly possible. The most popular is the famous Rubik's cube, designed by Erno Rubik. With 27 pieces, this puzzle can easily be solved in under 20 seconds if you have the right know-how. If you want to learn to solve the Rubik's cube, visit speedsolving.com's wiki page and select a method you would like to learn. Beginner's methods: http://www.speedsolving.com/wiki/index.php/Beginner's_Methods Intermediate and advanced methods: http://www.speedsolving.com/wiki/index.php/3x3x3_Speedcubing_Methods I would suggest learning the Petrus, Roux, Heise, or Fridrich methods. :)
Are you a guy or a gal?
Guy
Gal
How old are you?
6-10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21-25
25-30
30-40
40-50
60+
How long have you been speedsolving?
What's that? (Hint: it's solving a puzzle as fast as you can.)
I don't speedsolve.
Less than a week.
Less than a month.
About 2 months.
About 3 months.
About 4 months.
About 5 months.
More than 6 months.
More than a year.
2 years.
3 years.
4 years.
5 years.
6+ years.
10+ years.
15+ years.
20+ years.
30+ years.
What is your main speedcube?
Type A
Type A II
Type A III
Type A IV
Type A V
New Type A I
New Type A II
New Type A III
Type B
Type C
Type D
Type E (Diansheng no.222)
Type E (Diansheng no.333)
Type F
Cube4You Cube
JSK Clone
Rubik’s Storebought
Rubiks.com DIY
Japanese Speedcubing Kit (JSK)
Studio Cube
Edison Cube
Joy Cube
Type Y
Clown Cube
Slick Cube
What is your best speedsolve time?
I can't solve it.
3.xx seconds
4.xx seconds
5.xx seconds
6.xx seconds
7.xx seconds
8.xx seconds
9.xx seconds
10.xx seconds
11.xx seconds
12.xx seconds
13.xx seconds
14.xx seconds
15.xx seconds
16.xx seconds
17.xx seconds
18.xx seconds
19.xx seconds
20.xx seconds
20-25 seconds
26-30 seconds
31-40 seconds
41-50 seconds
51-60 seconds
60+ seconds
90+ seconds
2+ minutes
5+ minutes
10+ minutes
How many of these puzzles do you own?
2x2x2 cube
3x3x3 cube
4x4x4 cube
5x5x5 cube
6x6x6 cube
7x7x7 cube
8x8x8 cube
9x9x9 cube
10x10x10 cube
11x11x11 cube
Square-1
Master Square-1
Megaminx
Gigaminx
Teraminx
Examinx
Skewb
Void cube
Mirror blocks
Floppy cube
What method do you use to solve the 3x3x3 cube?
Completely intuitive (no method)
Ryan Heise
Salvia
Corners First
Edges First
Waterman
Cage
Layer by Layer (Dan Brown Method)
Layer by Layer with Keyhole
Petrus
Roux
Fridrich
ZZ
ZB
Human Thistlethwaite
Vandenbergh-Harris
This poll was created on 2009-08-18 18:39:08 by lazyastronomer