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The early First Edition of this book was written and copyrighted by Ray Reed in 1981 after working out the basic solution presented herein. Reed continued to refine his work and the illustrations until 2007 when the First Edition was again copyrighted for final publication. Only a few copies of the First Edition were printed for the enjoyment of his friends. Among his last wishes it was Rays desire to have this book professionally published for broad commercial distribution as part of his legacy. It is known that Rubiks Cube has some 43 quintillion combinations or positions which can easily overwhelm and mystify even the most daring puzzle solver or novice. It is also known that Ray Reed did indeed develop these solution techniques independently after some 30 years of working with the cube as a result of his intense interest and fascination. The basic content of this book was written and illustrated by the author and is presented with pride as written without the need for editing by others. All text, illustrations, layout and basic cover design are the original work of the author. It is believed that this book contains some unique and useful techniques, such as lubricating the cube that will lead the cubist to solving this very challenging puzzle in 60 seconds or less. So get a cube, study this book, practice and prepare to amaze your friends and family with your new found genius!
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Ray Reed was born September 19, 1942, in Wichita, Kansas, and has lived in Encino, California, since 1949. Reed is a graduate of California State University Northridge. He joined the Stan Kenton Orchestra in 1965. Mr. Reed's instruments include the Eb alto, Bb tenor, and Bb soprano saxophones; and the Bb clarinet, C flute, G alto flute, and C piccolo. He has been a first call, highly acclaimed multi instrumentalist for over 40 years. His performing/recording credits include the Stan Kenton, Louis Bellson, Supersax, David Rose, Don Menza, Jack Elliott, Gerald Wilson, Shorty Rogers, Lionel Hampton, Neal Hefti, Bill Holman, Bob Florence, L.A. Neophonic, and other notable orchestras.
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Book Description Infinity Publishing, 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0741481138
Book Description Infinity Pub, 2013. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 2nd edition. 40 pages. 10.75x8.25x0.50 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # zk0741481138