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 Post subject: fastest R'U R'
PostPosted: Thu Nov 30, 2006 8:40 pm 
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I am using the speedstacks timer, the cube is in my hands, not on the table, and my hands are on the timer, akward starting postion, but good time.

.15=20turns a seoncd!!!!!!!

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.15 wouldnt that be 6.67 moves per sec


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in 1 second, i could do 20 moves, so for only 3 moves, it would take me...

darn you are right...

i really really thought it was 20 turns a second, never the less, what is your fastest?


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i tried this R' U R U' I was able to do it 3 times in 1.00 seconds flat. i can do it 6 time in 2.14 was my fastest. thats 12 moves per second for the first one and just under 12 for the second one.


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Wow... nice. They have a whole section in the Unofficial World Records for most turns in a minute - Adam, you should do it for a minute and add your record there. Sounds like you could do up to 720 moves/minute... my record is a pitiful 340.

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your fingers would get tired.

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cuben00b wrote:
i really really thought it was 20 turns a second


Is it not?


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Stefan wrote:
cuben00b wrote:
i really really thought it was 20 turns a second


Is it not?


exactly what i thought, but now that i do the math it is like 3 seconds at 20 turns a sec at 1 sec...idk...but i got 20 somehow!


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scotts right you get tired after 1 minute of continuously moving your fingers. i tried 1 minute and got somewhere around 600 moves. i was tired though and my cube locked up a bunch towards the end, probably because i was tired


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cuben00b wrote:
Stefan wrote:
cuben00b wrote:
i really really thought it was 20 turns a second


Is it not?


exactly what i thought, but now that i do the math it is like 3 seconds at 20 turns a sec at 1 sec...idk...but i got 20 somehow!


you did 3 turns in .15 seconds, therefore 1 turn should take .05 seconds (.15/3=.05). .05 is 1/20 of a second, so you were twisting at a rate of 20 turns a minute.

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I think you mean seconds not minutes. 8-)

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The math I'm doing is:

100/15 = 6.67. He did 3 turns in .15 so do 6.67 * 3 = 20.


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ok now that that is over.

what are your guy's records?

i don't know if that was correct english...


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