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 Post subject: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
PostPosted: Sat Jul 26, 2008 4:20 pm 
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I know I have posted similar polls in the past, but this one includes new puzzles.

01. Pyraminx
02. Tetraminx
03. Skewb
04. Skewb Ultimate
05. Skewb Diamond
06. Dogic 12 color
07. Dogic 20 color
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09. Alexander's Star
10. Megaminx
11. Pyraminx Crystal
12. Square 1
13. Super Square 1
14. 2x2
15. 3x3
16. 4x4
17. 5x5
18. 6x6
19. 7x7
20. Rubik's Domino (3x3x2)
21. Rainbow Cube
22. Dino Cube

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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
PostPosted: Sat Jul 26, 2008 4:45 pm 
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Aren't there a lot of threads about ordering the difficulty of puzzle?

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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
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Aren't there a lot of threads about ordering the difficulty of puzzle?


Possibly.

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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
PostPosted: Sat Jul 26, 2008 5:32 pm 
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This is a stupid tread. As most of your treads are Rubo.

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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
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This is a stupid tread. As most of your treads are Rubo.

aahaha that one was funny ... Sorry about this Rubo, but I really really think that most of your post are completely not necessary and not important. You shouldn't tell yourself to make a new topic and then find a subject. But you should find a good subject and then make a topic for it ... do you understand??? I think a lot of people are tired about this. Thanks

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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
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viewtopic.php?f=1&t=9235

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=8252

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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
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This thread makes me angry.

:x <------ This is my angry face. grrrrrrr. I'm so angry. grrrrrrrr. :roll:


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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
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What I don't get is that Rubo- you made this one: http://twistypuzzles.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=8252&p=83013&hilit=2x2#p83013

Why start another one?


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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
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Rae wrote:
This thread makes me angry.

:x <------ This is my angry face. grrrrrrr. I'm so angry. grrrrrrrr. :roll:


Why so serious?

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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
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1. Floppy Cube
2. Gigaminx
3. Golden Cube

PS: The link in your signature - http://www.edsthinkshop.com/twisty/rubiksforsale.html - is broken

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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
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Georges wrote:
1. Floppy Cube
2. Gigaminx
3. Golden Cube

PS: The link in your signature - http://www.edsthinkshop.com/twisty/rubiksforsale.html - is broken

http://www.edsthinkshop.com/twisty/

I think that this is the link that he meant. This shop has been closed for a long time now...

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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
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Jesse Werner wrote:
Georges wrote:
1. Floppy Cube
2. Gigaminx
3. Golden Cube

PS: The link in your signature - http://www.edsthinkshop.com/twisty/rubiksforsale.html - is broken

http://www.edsthinkshop.com/twisty/

I think that this is the link that he meant. This shop has been closed for a long time now...

Ed closed his store for personal issues back in August 2007. I may be contacting him in the near future about a competition that may be hosted within 10 minutes of his home. If I do contact him, I will be sure to inform the community.

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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
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professorcube5x5 wrote:
Rae wrote:
This thread makes me angry.

:x <------ This is my angry face. grrrrrrr. I'm so angry. grrrrrrrr. :roll:


Why so serious?

I think it was a joke. A bleed-over from another thread where Rubo says he's angry because Mefferts came out with the white Crystal.


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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
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This is one of your stupidiest threads yet. -.- Seriously, it's different with every person. And who is going to waste the time to tell you this information, when you can look it up on your own?!


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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
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Be nice to Rubo. He's listed as one of the distributors for the Bump Cube ! :shock:
I'm wondering how many threads that's going to generate. :roll:


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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 6:25 pm 
ummm Calzone can you please be my distributer?


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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
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Ethan Rosen wrote:
ummm Calzone can you please be my distributer?


:lol: Apparently, there's no love for Rubo. :)
I haven't been here that long, but I've seen a lot of comments.


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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
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Calzone wrote:
Ethan Rosen wrote:
ummm Calzone can you please be my distributer?


:lol: Apparently, there's no love for Rubo. :)
I haven't been here that long, but I've seen a lot of comments.



I would have liked to do NY, but with people like Ethan, I'd rather not.

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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 7:10 pm 
Rubo d Cubik wrote:
Calzone wrote:
Ethan Rosen wrote:
ummm Calzone can you please be my distributer?


:lol: Apparently, there's no love for Rubo. :)
I haven't been here that long, but I've seen a lot of comments.



I would have liked to do NY, but with people like Ethan, I'd rather not.


YESSSSS!

Edit: let me just explain this post. I homestly do not trust him as much a calzone. Usually this is a community where I find everyone friendly and trying to build relationships based on trust, knoledge, and kindness. Unfortunatly rubo is just one of several cubers that have been popping up recently that I just don't feel the connection of the common interest with.


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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
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I have always wanted to see NY! It must be such a magical place :D Norway is just crap :(

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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
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But Norway has such lovely fjords done by Slartibartfast, great Magrathean and designer of planets.

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But Norway has such lovely fjords done by Slartibartfast, great Magrathean and designer of planets.


Bless you! I have to say that it brings warm feelings to my heart to hear H2G2 mentioned.


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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
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flambore wrote:
professorcube5x5 wrote:
Rae wrote:
This thread makes me angry.

:x <------ This is my angry face. grrrrrrr. I'm so angry. grrrrrrrr. :roll:


Why so serious?

I think it was a joke. A bleed-over from another thread where Rubo says he's angry because Mefferts came out with the white Crystal.


Mine was also a joke. Seen Dark Knight yet?

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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
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To be honest I don't like when people get agressive towards the person, who posted the thread they don't like!
If you don't like it, just ignore it!
I've seen a lot of stupid threads or comments here. So what?
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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
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Regardless of how anyone reacts to him, either ignoring him or acknowledging him, he'll continue to do the same thing. Might as well have a few laughs.


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 Post subject: Re: Rank the following puzzles in increasing order of difficulty
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Vadim wrote:
To be honest I don't like when people get agressive towards the person, who posted the thread they don't like!
If you don't like it, just ignore it!
I've seen a lot of stupid threads or comments here. So what?
Vadim


I have to back Vadim here, its much easier to skip over a post you find pointless than to attack the poster who, in this case, I believe was simply trying to spark a puzzle related conversation to move the board, which has succeeded by the way.

Anyways if someone posts a thread you don't deem worthy for whatever reason, just skip past it or better yet start a decent thread.


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Rainbow Cube
Dino Cube
Pyraminx / Tetraminx
Skewb
Skewb Ultimate
Skewb Diamond
Impossiball
Alexander's Star
Megaminx
Dogic 20 color
Dogic 12 color
2x2
Rubik's Domino (3x3x2)
3x3
4x4
5x5
6x6
7x7
Square 1


Pyraminx Crystal - I haven't solved it yet. Still trying. I truly suck.
Super Square 1 - ? All the pieces already have specifc positions. What does a "super" version add to this?

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Super Square 1 - ? All the pieces already have specifc positions. What does a "super" version add to this?

I believe that he means the new 4 layer ones on cube4you. I think of it as solving the square-1 twice, not too hard.

Good lucky with the pyraminx crystal. That one took me a while.

I'm glad to see someone actually respond to the topic properly.

I feel that I can't compare the difficulty of puzzles that I know how to solve. If I didn't know how to solve one of them, that one would be my hardest. Hardest is different for everyone.

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Vadim wrote:
If you don't like it, just ignore it!


I think people want to point it out to him so that he can learn from his mistakes. The quality of posts here has gone down so much recently, I find myself skipping over many topics because I just don't care to read through all the junk. And even in the "Off Topic" section, we had someone ask a while ago how to mail a package. Not how to package puzzles for shipping, what's good international shipping, or anything like that, it was basic "How do I mail a package?" It's like someone asking, "I'm hungry. How do I buy food?" Now, even though it was in the Off Topic section, I think it's a sign of how much this forum has gone down hill.

I honestly wish for stricter moderation. It seems like the moderators took the time to warn me for posting that Buy-It-Now for $400 for the V-Cube. In the old days, I think everyone would've had enough common sense to simply let it slide, but because of the new people, common sense seems to have gone out the window.

Really, if speedsolving.com had just a general Puzzle Discussion forum, I would probably just post puzzle discussions there.

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I wholeheartedly agree with everything Bryan said.

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I agree with Bryan as well. If any of you feel that I am one of the people that have added to the dropping of the quality of posts (I have only been here a littler over a year), feel free at any time to PM me suggestions on how I can I improve the quality of my posts.

The only thing I'm not sure about is how more moderation improves quality. Bad quality is not against the rules of the forum, so what could the moderators do. Bryan's link to a $400 v-cube did break the rules (even though I thought that it was OK in this instance) so the moderators have to act.

What can you do?

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Those who are making value judgments on posts have been warned. Those who are picking on particular members have been warned.

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