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The smaller version of the 3x3, it also requires the basic algorithms needed to solve the 3x3, so if you know how to complete it then the 2x2 shouldn't be much of a challenge. By learning even a few extra algorithms, you can increase your speed exponentially too. Current World Record: Maciej Czapiewski - 0.49 seconds
The original and most famous cube, designed by Erno Rubik in 1974. The 3x3 has many methods that can be used to solve it, such as CFOP or Roux, which both use algorithms to complete the cube in the least amout of time. The top 3x3's are all now completely customisable, with different magnet strengths and tensions settings to allow you to create your perfect cube. Current World Record: Yusheng Du - 3.47 seconds
The 4x4 adds another level of complexity to your solving and is actually extremely enjoyable to solve. It also uses many of the same algorithms as a 3x3, with some added "parity" cases, but is still a challenge to any first-time solver. Current World Record: Sebastian Weyer - 17.42 seconds