Rubik’s Cube is not just a puzzle, it’s also a skill that can be passed on from one generation to the next. And that’s exactly what happened when Abel Brata was invited by Deddy Corbuzier to teach his son Azka how to solve the cube.
In just one meeting, Azka was able to absorb the beginner’s method that Abel taught him. It’s clear that he’s a bright kid with a quick grasp of new concepts.
It’s heartening to see the Rubik’s Cube community growing and evolving in this way. With new enthusiasts constantly learning and sharing their knowledge, the puzzle’s popularity shows no signs of waning.
And who knows, maybe one day Azka will be a Rubik’s Cube speedcuber himself, inspiring a whole new generation of cubers to take up the challenge. After all, passing on the torch is what keeps the Rubik’s Cube legacy alive and thriving.