In just 3.13 seconds, an American breaks the record for solving the Rubik’s Cube

Amman Today

publish date 1970-01-01 03:00:00

American Max Park, 21 years old, from California, succeeded in entering the “Guinness Book of Records” after solving the “Rubik’s” cube in 3.13 seconds, after several attempts to break the previous record set by the Chinese Yusheng Du in a time of 3.47 seconds in the same place 4 years ago in California.

Park was diagnosed with moderate to severe autism when he was a child, and set a new world record in what is known as the 3 x 3 x 3 single solution competition at the World Cube Association. He also holds many records for solving the Rubik’s cube with one hand in a short time.

A video clip published by the Guinness Book of Records shows Max starting to solve the Rubik’s cube, and the clip also documented how excited the people around him were, after his amazing speed in solving the cube.

The boy during the game

Guinness also states that “Max holds a slew of other dump-solving records, as he holds both the single and average solver world records for the 4x4x4 cube, 5x5x5 cube, 6x6x6 cube, and the 7 cube ×7×7.

Max is no stranger to breaking seemingly impossible records. When he set the individual record for solving a 7x7x7 cube with a time of 1 minute 40 seconds, veteran puzzle solver Eric Akersdijk called it the most impressive thing he had ever seen.


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