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  • This puzzle is no problem for Central High student

    Hassan Harclerode Jr., a 10th-grader at Central High School, bought his first Rubik's Cube two months ago. It took him two hours to solve the 3D combination puzzle the first time. Now, Harclerode’s average is about 40 seconds, and his fastest time is around 27 seconds.

Hassan Harclerode Jr., a 10th-grader at Central High School, bought his first Rubik's Cube two months ago. It took him two hours to solve the 3D combination puzzle the first time. Now, Harclerode’s average is about 40 seconds, and his fastest time is around 27 seconds. Andrea Honaker and Woody Marshall The Telegraph
Hassan Harclerode Jr., a 10th-grader at Central High School, bought his first Rubik's Cube two months ago. It took him two hours to solve the 3D combination puzzle the first time. Now, Harclerode’s average is about 40 seconds, and his fastest time is around 27 seconds. Andrea Honaker and Woody Marshall The Telegraph

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