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Speedsolving the Cube: Easy to Follow, Step-by-step Instructions for Many Popular 3-d Puzzles (Anglais) Broché – 19 juin 2008


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  • Broché: 176 pages
  • Editeur : Sterling (19 juin 2008)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1402753136
  • ISBN-13: 978-1402753138
  • Dimensions du produit: 18,2 x 13 x 1 cm
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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Penkki on 10 juin 2012
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
L'intérêt de ce livre, alors que tout est disponible sur le Net en deux, trois mouvements, est multiple : (1) un condensé, en une centaine de pages (papier glacé très agréable au toucher, soit dit en passant), des différentes méthodes actuelles en matière de résolution du Rubik's cube, que ce soit la méthode pour les débutants ou la méthode CFOP/Fridrich, la plus utilisée actuellement par les meilleurs speedcubers tous pays confondus ; (2) tous les algorithmes nécessaires, présentés de manière intelligente afin de faire sorte que leur apprentissage en soit le plus aisé et intuitif possible ; (3) en fin de livre, Dan Harris nous explique les méthodes de résolution pour les autres cubes apparentés au Rubik's cube 3x3x3 : les 2x2x2, 4x4x4 ainsi que le 5x5x5 (une fois maîtrisés ces trois cubes, tous ceux supérieurs au 5x5x5 ne requièrent aucun élément de solution supplémentaire nécessaire à leur résolution).

En outre, une petite histoire du Rubik's cube ainsi que les statistiques et records (datant de 2008, donc forcément caducs, mais qui ont le mérite d'être là) est présente en introduction.

Je conseillerais le livre à ceux qui ont déjà une bonne connaissance du Rubik's cube et qui peuvent facilement le résoudre sous les deux minutes. A partir de là, Dan Harris vous expliquera pas à pas comment évoluer et diminuer son temps, jusqu'à atteindre la barre des 20 secondes de moyenne.
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Manu on 20 avril 2013
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Ce livre, très bien rédigé et imagé permet de progresser dans la résolution du Cube 3x3, mais aussi des cubes 2x2, 4x4 et 5x5. Les formules sont expliquées clairement. 5 étoiles !!
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76 internautes sur 80 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A serious cubing book 19 mai 2008
Par Norman Richards - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book seems best suited to people who already know how to solve the cube and who would like to find out how to improve their solutions. In my case, I hit a wall with my homebrew solution at about 60 seconds. While 1 minute solves are nice, it's not impressive in a world where a 20 second solve is not terribly competitive. This book seems to have the solution for that. It's too early to claim success, but what I've worked through so far is very good.

Would this book be suitable for a cubing novice? That's a tough call. The book does start from scratch teaching a basic solution, but I feel other resources online are a little clearer for the absolute beginner. However, a dedicated learner could work entirely from the book. Just keep in mind that pace is very quick, and the author doesn't do that much hand holding.

Would this book be suitable for an experienced speed cuber? That's hard to say, since I'm not in that category. If you follow another solving system, the book should be a very easy introduction to the authors strategy. I suspect that no matter where you are, you'll get a few new algorithms and tricks. There's also the 2x2x2, 4x4x4 and 5x5x5 solutions, which ought to provide additional value to the hardcore cuber.

This book is deceptively short. Although it weighs in at barely 160 pages, there's really a lot of content if you work through the material. It's taken a week to work through the first 50 pages, and that's just the intro material. I suspect it will be months, if not years, before I've even come close to exhausting what the book has to offer. In that regard, it's a tremendous value, and I can wholeheartedly recommend the book.
46 internautes sur 48 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
The first step to becoming a speed cuber starts with this book! 20 juin 2008
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I had tried to learn the so-called "speed cubing" methods online and had been completely frustrated. Dan Harris lays it all out perfectly: it is very easy to follow and understand. That doesn't mean that the technique is all that easy to learn: with a massive amount of algorithms to memorize it will certainly be an undertaking of some months before you can claim complete mastery of the CFOP method.
The sections on the 2x2, 4x4, and 5x5 cubes are also very easy to follow. There is one typo that I found in the 5x5 chapter. The algorithms in Table 8.3, p125 are wrong: they are written (R r) U (R' r') U (R r) (U2 u2) (R' r') (R r) and (R2 r2) U (R2 r2) U (R2 r2) (U2 u2) (R2 r2). I spent a frustrating 10 minutes trying to figure out why I couldn't complete the centers. I found that the correct algoritms are (R r) U (R' r') U (R r) U2 (R' r') and (R2 r2) U (R2 r2) U (R2 r2) U2 (R2 r2).
At the end of the book there is also a chapter that has algorithms for all sorts of cool patterns that can be applied to an already finished cube.
This is a great book and no true Rubik's fanatic should be without it!
8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
for serious geeks only 5 octobre 2009
Par Nim Sudo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
If you're not content to merely solve rubik's cube, and want to learn to solve it as fast as possible, then this book is packed with the information you need. it is not really aimed at beginners. It does include a "beginner's solution" early on, but this serves primarily as a starting point for explaining the advanced techniques that follow. The idea here is that the beginner's solution allows you to solve the cube with a minimum of memorization in about seven steps; then by memorizing many more cases presented in successive chapters, you can condense these to about four steps.

There are many variants of the algorithms presented in this book, and some of the variants may work better for you. You can find lists of algorithms on the internet and select what works best for you. Everybody has their own favorites (and the algorithms presented on the author's website are sometimes different than those in the book!).

The book doesn't include everything I would like to see, but it does contain a ton of information which can get you a long way.

What the book does include:

Complete presentation of the CFOP method for solving the cube, plus some expert refinements thereof.

Detailed explanation of how to solve the first two layers, including various advanced tricks to speed it up.

Methods for solving cubes of other sizes (2x2x2, 4x4x4, 5x5x5).

What the book does not really cover:

How the algorithms for solving the last layer work, and how to discover your own (which for me is the really fun part)

Practical tips (eg how to lubricate the cube, where to put your hands, how a competition works)

There are some errors, but there is a helpful list of errata on the author's webite.
8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Best book on speed cubing - period 8 septembre 2008
Par Marc Novakowski - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
While there is a ton of information on the web and YouTube about ways to solve the Rubik's cube, this book distills much of that information into a very concise and easy to learn format that should appeal to a wide range of people. If you just want to learn a beginner's method to solve the cube, you can do that but the book is definitely catered to those who want to go beyond just solving it and teaching how to solve it fast!

I really enjoyed the sections on the 2x2x2, 4x4x4, and 5x5x5 cubes as well and was surprised how easy they were to learn.

I just have two small gripes with the book, both of which have to do with the printing and binding more than the content (which is why I still gave it 5 stars). First, the book has a number of printing errors in it, mostly in the 5x5x5 section. Fortunately if you go to Dan Harris' website he has all the corrections posted. Secondly, it would have been nice to have this book published with spiral binding (even if the book cost more) - it's just impossible to lay it down on a table to look at the algorithms without placing a large heavy object on the book to keep it open.
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Difficult for Me to Follow 30 octobre 2013
Par Scott D. Charlton - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Just so you know, I'm 66 now, so this could be just me. I had a cube back in the day and I could solve it using a booklet that came with it. This book (Speedsolving the Cube) was hard for me to understand and at one point I made a wrong move that messed up what I had already done, forcing me to start over. This book may be for someone who already has a familiarity with the cube and who wants to learn ways to solve it quicker. I did a little research here at Amazon and elsewhere and I found an easy-to-follow method at the official Rubik website. You can download a pdf there. And, if you have the Kindle App, you can email it to your Kindle address and view the instructions on your iPad (or Kindle reader, I guess). My best time is a little over 8 minutes with their simple method. My review here applies only to the 3x3 cube. There are many other cube sizes in this book.
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