## What is a 2×2 Pyraminx?

The Mini Pyraminx is the 2x2x2 version of the original Pyraminx puzzle. This means it only has two layers with respect to each of its four axis.

## Is Pyraminx cube easy?

Solving a Pyraminx or triangle cube is much easier than solving a Rubik’s cube. You just need to understand the notations and the edges to solve it. While solving any cube, algorithms play a major role. To understand that we have few articles published on Rubik’s cube algorithms.

**What is the world record for solving a Pyraminx cube?**

0.91 seconds

The world record fastest Pyraminx solve is 0.91 seconds, set by Dominik Górny of Poland on 23 June 2018 at Byczy Cube Race 2018.

**Why is it called Pyraminx?**

The twisting mechanism for this puzzle differs from that of the Rubik’s Cube. This puzzle was originally called a Pyraminx Dodecahedron. The Pyraminx is a variant on the Rubik’s Cube that was invented by Uwe Meffert and is shaped as a regular tetrahedron, a pyramid with four faces that are all equilateral triangles.

### Who invented the Pyraminx?

Uwe MèffertPyraminx / Inventor

### What is the hardest cube to solve?

The Pentamix may be the hardest take on Ernő Rubik’s Cube This Pentamix is certainly a sight to behold. It is considered to be one of the hardest Rubik’s cubes to solve.

**What is a good 7×7 time?**

6×6 and 7×7 solves take over 3 minutes on average (even if you’re already pretty good), so to have the discipline to sit down and actually do larger sessions, you need more intrinsic motivation.

**What is the easiest Rubik’s cube?**

1. Easiest The nine-block Floppy Cube is one layer of a classic Rubik’s, so it’s perfect for a beginner twister. When it is scrambled, smooth movers can solve it in as few as eight clicks. Even random guessers will get there eventually; the colors have only 192 possible combinations.

## What is 3×3 cutoff time?

Please note that all events have qualifying times.

Event Name | Round 1 | |
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Format | Cutoff1 | |

3×3 Speedsolve | Avg of 5 | |

4×4 Speedsolve | Best of 2/Avg of 5 | 1:10 |

5×5 Speedsolve | Best of 2/Avg of 5 | 2:00 |