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 Post subject: WC05 Video clips posted
PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2006 11:33 am 
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All, I posted more clips from the Rubik's World Championship 2005.

http://tinyurl.com/afpho

Some of them are short and others are several minutes. I tried to showcase a little of everything, but unfortunately there was so much going on at once that there are a lot of things not captured on my tape. These are unedited, unproduced, raw footage.

Enjoy!
Chris


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2006 9:35 pm 
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Chris,

Those are Great! What a fun time that was. I forgot how early the woman with the microphone messed up what was going on when she called the first speedsolving round the fewest moves competition, she kept doing it for like 45 min lol. Sadly that wasn't the last time she messed up, remember "Megamix"?

anyway thanks for sharing your videos!

-mike


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 9:23 pm 
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in oyour video of random cubing, you show some footage of a couple custom puzles, i belive they were a megaminx icosahedron, cater's triacontahedron, and a dodecahedron 2x2x2??? Anyway, you wouldn't by chance have any footage of those puzzles in action, would you?? because im really interested in seeing those as well as any others being used.


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Yes, you are correct. That was Carter's collection.

As for additional footage... no, only what's shown on that clip. I did play with each puzzle a little bit. They all turned very smoothly from what I remember. The one that is shown twisting at about 1:17 into the video was difficult to line up properly, but had excellent turning.

Chris

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in oyour video of random cubing, you show some footage of a couple custom puzles, i belive they were a megaminx icosahedron, cater's triacontahedron, and a dodecahedron 2x2x2??? Anyway, you wouldn't by chance have any footage of those puzzles in action, would you?? because im really interested in seeing those as well as any others being used.


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