Private Session with CubeXprt - Chetan Roger Dhanjal


  • Skewb
  • Clock
  • Lefty Yau solving
  • Color Neutrality
  • Sub X barriers on Skewb

Course Language:
  • English

Course Details:
  • 60 minutes online 1-on-1 session
  • No prerequisites for this course
  • Schedule as per your convenience
  • Over Zoom or Google Meet

Sale priceRs. 1,999.00

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Private Session with Skewb CubeXprt (60 mins)

This is the best way to connect with the best speedcubers and learn from them directly.
Book the sessions as per your convenience and CubeXprt's availability. There are no pre-requisites for this course and you can learn anything you wish to.

You can also avail of a discount of INR 500 if you come back again within 60 days of opting for this course.

About Chetan Roger Dhanjal

WCA ID: 2014DHAN01

Chetan Roger Dhanjal is a speedcuber from India who specializes in Skewb. He is the current National record holder for Skewb average with an average of 2.96 seconds, the first and only Indian to break the sub-3 barrier in Skewb

The key to his success is his consistency, with him consistently performing well in Skewb in WCA competitions, coming first for almost 16 competitions in a row across 2 years. Over his 5-year competition experience, he has learned to minimize nerves and perform close to the times he gets at home. Apart from Skewb, he also enjoys solving 4x4 and 5x5 averaging 35 seconds and 1 minute 10 seconds respectively in those events. In his first-ever time competing for the clock, he got a single of 7.45 seconds which was NR4 at that time. He also has an average of 10.98 seconds officially.

Other than cubing, Chetan also spends his time gaming, playing football and chess, and working on projects. He hopes to tie in all his experiences inside and outside cubing and ensure you get the best experience learning whatever it is that you want to learn. 

 His main cubes:

  • Skewb - GAN Skewb
  • 4x4 - Aosu GTS2M
  • 5x5 - Valk 5


What you can learn:

  • Any barrier in Skewb.
  • Lefty tips for yau method.
  • 4x4 and 5x5 general speedsolving techniques 
  • Competition specific tips to perform consistently
  • Any other general things you wish to learn
Committed to practice, you will be able to solve as fast as Chetan!


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