Man Solving Rubik's Cube With One Hand On Subway Takes The Internet By Storm

Man Solving Rubik's Cube With One Hand On Subway Takes The Internet By Storm

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Many Doubted The Video's Authenticity


A Twitter video of a subway rider solving a Rubik's Cube with one hand is causing a massive stir online.

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Sheldon Serkin, a street photographer working out of New York, captured the moment when the train left en route to another stop. In the 38-second clip, Serkin recorded a man sitting down with a jumbled Rubik's cube. He then begins tossing it back and forth, sliding the levels around, until he solves it with one hand.

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After being retweeted over 5,000 times, people are in complete awe of the man with the puzzle-solving hands.

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Some Twitter users questioned the authenticity of Serkin's video, claiming they could see when the video began playing in reverse. Serkin rebuked those claims, saying multiple times it was not tampered with. 

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But one Twitter follower, Trevor Downs, actually reversed Serkin's originally posted video. He noted the strange movements of the man with the Rubik's cube in the reversed footage, and how the cube moved when tossed back and forth, and proving Serkin's original video to be true.

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