A Chinese boy has recently stunned the crowd of “Little Big Shots Australia” after miraculously solving several Rubik’s Cubes simultaneously.
On his guest appearance in Australia’s own version of “Little Big Shots,” Jianyu Que decided to push the boundaries by solving 3 Rubik’s Cubes at the same time by using both his hands and his feet.
“Solving one cube is something. Solving three at once using both hands and both feet…the sheer complexity of this is just mind blowing,” the show’s host, Shane Jacobson, said while watching Que solve the cubes.
Que managed to finish the astonishing feat in just less than a minute. He first completed the cube he solved with his feet, followed by both cubes on his left and right hands.
Que, who lives in Xiamen City in Fujian province, China, first learned how to solve a Rubik’s Cube when he was just a five-year-old, Whats On Xiamen reported. His father, after noticing his son’s talent with the cube, decided to to hire the president of Xiamen Rubik’s Cube Association, Ye Jiaxi, as his mentor.
He has already competed in 14 competitions and completed at least 377 solved puzzles. Currently, Que has five gold, silver, and bronze medals each under his name, according to his World Cube Association profile.
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