Simon has kicked the year off with a 3×3 pb on New Year’s Eve and three new cubing competitions, in Cambridge and Lexington, MA and in Bristol, Connecticut. The Cambridge … Continue reading Happy 2023 Cubed!
Simon has been learning a new method to solve the 3×3 blindfolded and even hopes this can become of his main events, now that his cast is off and he … Continue reading New 3×3 Blindfolded Attempts
Simon has had an unsolicited rite of passage that included excruciating pain, 14 hours at ER, a ketamine trip when an IV malfunctioned and he says he saw himself in … Continue reading Rite of Passage
Simon and dad were having a discussion about how difficult it is to solve a 3×3 blindfolded and whether that requires a different set of skills than simply solving a … Continue reading How much information = How many yes/no questions
We had so much fun at Simon’s first official cubing competition in Pennsylvania over the weekend! It was a treat in itself to finally attend an event where children are … Continue reading Pretzel Mania 2022 🥨
3×3 underwater while holding your breath. Not an official WCA event, but so much fun Simon repeated this four times yesterday!
We went to Simon and Neva’s native Amsterdam this week where Simon had an appointment to donate his hair to cancer patients. Sub 22! You know, J perm is truly … Continue reading Speed, Looks and Seasonal Baking Update
by Simon Tiger 4 new cubes! A Kilominx, a Master Pyraminx, a Pyramorphix, and a Redi Cube. The Kilominx was just a 2×2 Megaminx, and the Pyramorphix was just a … Continue reading New Cubes + Competition Plans
by Simon Tiger A few major breakthroughs have happened since my last post about speedsolving, most of which were about blind solving. For a few months now, I have been … Continue reading Solving Various Cubes Blindfolded
by Simon Tiger A while ago, I made my first “mod” (my first cube I made myself out of other cubes). It was a pair of what are called “siamese” … Continue reading Modding
Our summer vacation in Southern France is over but our daily life continues to radiate freedom to learn and explore at our own pace. Swimming was one of those things … Continue reading Free to Swim