Abel Brata Teaches Azka Corbuzier How to Solve the Cube

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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.

World Record for Solving 1000 Cubes

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Abel Brata, an Indonesian speedcuber, made history on November 29th, 2011, when he solved 1000 Rubik’s Cubes in just 6 hours and 5 minutes. The event took place at the EX Plaza Indonesia in Jakarta, Indonesia, and was recognized by the Record Holders Republic, a world record organization based in the United Kingdom.

It was no small feat. The Rubik’s Cube is a 3D combination puzzle that has been challenging people since its invention in 1974. It consists of 26 small cubes that can be rotated in different ways, with the goal of matching all the colors on each side of the cube.

Solving a Rubik’s Cube can take anywhere from a few minutes to several hours, depending on the person’s skill level and strategy. To solve 1000 Rubik’s Cubes in just over 6 hours is an impressive feat that demonstrates Brata’s incredible focus and determination.

This achievement is a testament to the growing popularity of speedcubing in Indonesia and around the world. Speedcubing is a competitive sport that involves solving Rubik’s Cubes and other twisty puzzles as quickly as possible. It requires a combination of memorization, strategy, and dexterity, and has gained a dedicated following of enthusiasts.

Overall, Abel Brata’s record-breaking achievement in solving 1000 Rubik’s Cubes in just over 6 hours is a remarkable accomplishment that showcases the incredible talent and dedication of speedcubers around the world. It is a testament to the human capacity for focus and determination, and a reminder that with hard work and perseverance, anything is possible.

During the record-breaking event, Abel Brata was joined by members of the Jakarta Rubik’s Cube Club and the Nusantara Speedcubing Association, who added to the excitement of the day. These fellow speedcubers cheered Brata on as he worked his way through the seemingly endless pile of Rubik’s Cubes, offering words of encouragement and support throughout the grueling challenge.

It’s no surprise that Abel Brata had such a strong support system by his side, as speedcubing is a tight-knit community that values camaraderie and friendly competition. Members of the Jakarta Rubik’s Cube Club and the Nusantara Speedcubing Association share a passion for solving puzzles and pushing themselves to be the best they can be, and they were thrilled to witness Brata make history right before their eyes.

The presence of these fellow speedcubers also highlights the importance of community in achieving our goals. Whether we’re pursuing a world record or simply trying to improve ourselves in our everyday lives, having a support system in place can make all the difference. We’re more likely to stay motivated and inspired when we know we have people cheering us on, and we’re more likely to succeed when we can draw on the knowledge and expertise of others.

So here’s to Abel Brata and his fellow speedcubers! They remind us that we’re capable of achieving great things when we put our minds to it and work together to make it happen.

Indonesian Cubers at Asian Championship (8-10 October 2010)

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In October 2010, Abel Brata and Muhammad Iril Khairul Anam received an invitation from the Asian Championship committee in Bangkok to attend the competition since the press conference two weeks prior to the event. During their stay, they attended several local TV programs in Thailand and press conferences. At the competition, the Indonesian contingent achieved some remarkable achievements for our country. Among them, Iril managed to maintain his world record and won several categories, especially Multiple Blindfolded.

The outstanding achievements Indonesian cubers at the Asian Championship in 2010 serve as a testament to the power of hard work, dedication, and perseverance. Their ability to overcome obstacles and maintain their focus in the face of adversity is truly inspiring.

Their success reminds us that with clear goals, hard work, and unwavering commitment, we can achieve even the seemingly impossible. As a nation, we should be proud of their achievements and use their example as a source of inspiration in our own lives. Whether we are pursuing athletic goals, academic success, or personal growth, we can learn from their example and strive to achieve our own goals with the same dedication and perseverance.

Mitra Netra Speedcubing Club

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In July 2010, a group of enthusiastic Rubik’s Cube solvers from Jakarta decided to visit the Mitra Netra Foundation, a home for blind people, to connect with a unique group of Rubik’s Cube enthusiasts – the blind cubers!

The atmosphere was buzzing with excitement and curiosity as the Jakarta Rubik’s Cube Club watched in awe as the blind cubers, without the use of their eyesight, solved the Rubik’s cube. The club members were amazed by the incredible skills of the blind cubers, who used a specially designed cube with Braille lettering.

This experience was nothing short of inspiring, as it highlighted that with passion, determination, and creativity, one can overcome any obstacle in life. The blind cubers were living proof that nothing can stop us from pursuing our dreams, no matter what our limitations may be. Their success is a testament to the power of the human spirit and its endless potential.

This visit to the Mitra Netra Foundation was more than just a show of kindness; it was a reminder that we should create more opportunities for people with disabilities to showcase their talents and skills. By doing so, we can break down the stereotypes and negative perceptions that society may have towards people with disabilities. This can help create a more inclusive world where everyone is valued and appreciated for who they are.

It was an unforgettable experience that reminded us of the incredible potential that lies within us all. The blind cubers demonstrated that no matter what life throws our way, we can always find a way to achieve our goals. By promoting inclusivity and creating opportunities for everyone to showcase their abilities, we can create a better world for ourselves and future generations. Let us all be inspired by the blind cubers and take steps towards making the world a more inclusive and accepting place.