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    Don’t Blink: World’s Fastest Rubik's Cube Solver Shows off His Skills

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    This nimble guy can solve a Rubik's Cube in less than 5 sec. And what about you?

    By age 20, Mats Valk beaome known as the Dutch Rubik's Cube speed solver. On November 6, he smashed the world record at the Jawa Timur Open 2016, solving a 3-by-3 cube in just 4.74 seconds. This is not the first achievement for the "speedcuber:" Mats currently holds multiple Dutch and European records such as solving a 2-by-2 cube, 4-by-4 cube, 5-by-5 cube, 3-by-3 cube one-handed and others.


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