Watch Australian Feliks Zemdegs, 17, solve the Rubik’s Cube puzzle in just 7.36 seconds, winning the World Championship in Las Vegas, as disclosed by various international sites, July 29, 2013.
Feliks won the competition for the first time in 2009 in New Zealand, and in 2010 in Melbourne.
Reportedly, he utilizes the Fridrich method in solving the 3x3x3 puzzle, the CLL method for the 2x2x2 puzzle, and the Yau method for the 4x4x4 puzzle.
The Rubik cubes puzzles are actually easy to solve once a person memorizes how to look for and solve the patterns. It’s a mind game too involving manual dexterity, so it is an ideal game for people at any age.
Due to his amazing speed in solving the cube puzzle, he the World Rubik’s Cube Championship 2013.
Watch Feliks Zemdegs in action.