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Try e-mailing Ron Van B. ( I can't spell his last name :p). He is the main moderator of that site if I am correct. The other two are Chris and Ton, but they just have their respective pages.

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Thanks.

Yeah, I've been submitting to the UWR list whenever I beat my personal record for 10x10x10. I've still got a couple of seconds to go, but it's nice to have UWR on it!

Go centers last! :D


I know how that feels. I have submitted a few snake times into the UWR. By the way, does anyone know who I can contact to have my name spelled correctly on there? I submitted it as Zac, but they must have though I misspelled my own name and put it on the site as Zack.


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Sorry for the quick post but I realized they think I'm Brian Cosgrove Paye. Odd isn't it.

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3:03 5x5 time, almost sub3! :)

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I just got a 17.85 lucky solve, one handed.

The F2L was unbelievably smooth and easy, the OLL was a Sune, and then there was a PLL skip.

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6:14 for the 2345, judging by it, all solves were average times...

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I got a 17.44 today, as well as many 18's. Sub 20 is coming. I love my stackmat, it is so much fun to do times with. It makes cubing so much more fun, especially when my second solve of the day (morning before school) was 18 seconds :)

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What? Nobody has posted here for 2 days?? Sorry for the double post then, but...


I CAN NOW SOLVE A SQUARE-1! I'm sooo happy about this one, I have finally conquered this evil puzzle. Special thanks to Pembo and his parity video, I wouldn't have done it so easily without the vid. I just need to work on getting it to the cube from one certain position and I'll have it no problem! Then I need to work on getting it under 5 minutes :shock:

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I got a 45.09 3x3 solve the other day Vs. Emile Compion's OH. It's a new PB for me! Once I get my 3 look last layer down this time will be history!

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I just halfed my 6x6 on my second try! Its now 21:21! The last center piece took about 5 tries before it went in correctly!

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Sq-1 PB is now 5:59. I'm going to have a sub 5 time very soon, I just need to work on solving the bottom layer edges faster.

Edit to avoid double posting: I just got a 21.1 average on the 3x3, new PB. I love it when lots of good music is on, it really makes me cube fast. Oh, and a 17 second solve in the average helps too :)

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I just finished the 8x8! It was my first go! 41:43.64, thats faster than my first 6x6 attempt!

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I love weekends, I always end up getting a lot of new records.

3x3 avg: 21.1
snake avg: 4.78. Could be better, but I kept messing up.
Snake PB: 4.12
Sq-1 PB: 4:49 SUB 5!
Colorblind cube: 39.6x


Five records in one day. That in itself is a new record! :D

EDIT: Holy crap, this is amazing. Over the last 2 or 3 weeks I have gotten 3 OLL skips... Well this time I saw it coming (thank you look ahead!) and I got a 14.45 second solve :shock:

New PB, 6 records broken in one weekend!! Sub 20 is coming closer, I can taste it now... Eh, plastic doesn't taste so good...

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First sub-20 average - and man, is it sub 20.

16.46 19.56 18.95 (19.98) 17.48 17.68 17.56 19.09 17.99 19.49 (16.34) 19.41 => 18.367

It was a rolling average of 16 solves (and the third average I took today). It felt really good and smooth, but none of the solves were lucky, and I had plenty of slow cases. Just a better-than-average average.

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First sub-20 average - and man, is it sub 20.

16.46 19.56 18.95 (19.98) 17.48 17.68 17.56 19.09 17.99 19.49 (16.34) 19.41 => 18.367

It was a rolling average of 16 solves (and the third average I took today). It felt really good and smooth, but none of the solves were lucky, and I had plenty of slow cases. Just a better-than-average average.


Omg, you beat me! I had five sub 20 solves in a row today, but then I started getting times like 24, and 26. I even had a 28 second solve :(

Congrats on finally getting sub 20, and on beating me to it :)

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Thank you very much! I hope to keep improving, like Pembo :o

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I've stopped again.

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I have officially injured my self by trying to break in my 5x5 cube. I think this is a great accomplishment, even if it stops my cubing for a while.

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bcp on pcp wrote:
I have officially injured my self by trying to break in my 5x5 cube. I think this is a great accomplishment, even if it stops my cubing for a while.


Game, what did you do? Carpel tunnel? I had my wrists get sore on me once, that really sucked for a while.

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My wrist tendons are on fire! I don't thinks it's as bad as carpal tunnel, but it HURTS!

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I solved a 10x10 yesterday! It took 2046 moves, and 1:02:44.66.

I have a video of it, but for some reason windows move maker makes the colours all wierd when I save it. I'm going to try get it into my mac, to edit it.

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Umm go into Media Player>Tools>Options>Performance>Advanced>Untick 'use video mixing renderer' that should help?

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That's a good time for your first solve. What method are you using?

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That's a good time for your first solve. What method are you using?


Me?

If so:
1. Two opposite centers
2. All edges, reduction style.
3. 3x3
4. Centers with commutators.

The video is still processing at youtube. I'll update when it's done.

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bcp on pcp wrote:
My wrist tendons are on fire! I don't thinks it's as bad as carpal tunnel, but it HURTS!

This has happened to me twice. Just stop cubing till the pain goes away (a
couple of days).

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That's a good time for your first solve. What method are you using?


Me?

If so:
1. Two opposite centers
2. All edges, reduction style.
3. 3x3
4. Centers with commutators.

The video is still processing at youtube. I'll update when it's done.


Ooh nasty with the centers bit at the end..... You should only do one centre at first and use the whole U face a buffer to solve the E ring centres, you won't be left with the odd pieces that need to swap to opposite sides of the cube..

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Hmm... well, you could do what I do, steps 2 and 3 of that and then just commutator all of the centers.

But if you're commutatoring centers, always leave adjacent ones for last! It's WAY easier that way.

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I was just thinking, what about doing two opposite centers. But them acutally being adjacent centers. So when the time comes, you just swap the opposite one, to the adjacent. You get the freedom of an easily made center, with the ease of a buffer center.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZ8anbUsOqY

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Only works on even cubes :)

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Yeh, I meant to add that! I think it could be quite a good stragey for me!

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I have seen a big cube video (10x10 I think) where the solver actually used that.

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I solved the Brilic finally!!!

Sorry, but I think that's an accomplishment worth mentioning... :D

I'm at around 30 minutes. But that time is sure to drop with more solves.


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Oh, cool. I have to get down to figuring out how to solve some of the more outrageous polyhedral twisties...

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Last night I sat down at my comp, unrolled my stackmat, and took a timed solve. It was one of those where you just kindof zone out while you do it. At the end, it was only 20 seconds long!

With excitement I finished the average, and after a mere 13 solves my average was 20.53. New PB average, almost sub 20!!

Also the other day I got a 14.45 second solve: first sub 15, nice xcross with OLL skip :shock:

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I solved a 20x20x20 cube today!

I tried once before, but it was on a laptop and it didn't have enough energy to let me solve the whole thing :( So this is my first successful solve.

The time was 2:01:57.109 and it's uploading to youtube at the moment. I filmed it at 20x speed, hope it isn't too boring...


EDIT: Oh hey, 14.53 nonlucky. Last layer was sune + U-perm. Yay! That's my first nonlucky sub-15.

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I got a 15 second non lucky solve today, that was insane. I also worked out some commutators for the 4x4, but now I can't practice because it broke!! *Tear in eye*

I also got a 55 second lucky OH 3x3 solve, that was pretty sweet. PLL skips are fun.

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I solved the Brilic finally!!!

Sorry, but I think that's an accomplishment worth mentioning... :D

I'm at around 30 minutes. But that time is sure to drop with more solves.

It is, how many people can claim it?

I've solved my Brilic in 15 minutes. Could I be the fastest in the world? ;) With only 14 in existence I know at least I'm world class (in the top 15!).
Does anyone know how many non-Brilic puzzles there are of this same variety? I think I recall Mr. Okamoto making one, but didn't know if he made more.

I need to break the puzzle in a bit more (it is new) and work on how I hold it so the edges don't squish out when I try to turn fast.

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i solved a megaminx while running a mile test in gym. my mile time went down pretty badly when i popped.


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they let you solve puzzles during gym class? Wow, that's different...

What was your time for the mile? I managed to run it in 7:12 last semester :shock:

I am going to fix my 4x4 today! That's going to be my accomplishment for the day, lol.

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Woooo! I put up a snake cube solution vid! This is my first solution video (my second actual video)! Just search Snake cube solution for now, I'll link to it later.

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I fixed my 4x4!

I have also realized something: My 4x4 is incredibly loose, I now know why so many people find it "unstable." I also realized that whoever came up with the internal mechanism is a genius.

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my mile time ended up being 9:16 (you try getting better while solving a megaminx)

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Now you should try juggling two cubes while doing a different one OH. Macky did it :)

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2:36 sq-1 solve. First sub 3 ever. I feel really happy about this one :)

I also broke my 4x4 record today, I got 2:02. Finally, I am faster than I ever have been with reduction.

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My 3, 4, and 5 avgs are all under 2.5x the UWR. My goal is to get them under 2x.
3 - 2.400
4 - 2.123
5 - 2.140
I'm a bit surprised that the 4 and 5 are better than the 3, because I do CE3 on them and the 3 stage is terrible.

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That's weird - it's like that for me too. As you go up the cubes, my times are better and better in proportion to the WR (not counting the 2x2x2). I think it's because of the recognition - you can't physically move a big cube that fast, so if you have fast recognition but normal speed you'll be able to get a lot closer to the WR than you would for the 3x3x3.

By the way, reeeech, to solve the Brillic, couldn't you solve the corners like an Impossiball or Megaminx and then do some Pyraminx-style 4-move algs to do all of the edges?

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I'm the unofficial PyraMORPHix champion!

That's about my only claim to fame, it helps that Rxdeath tuned my puzzle wonderfully.

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By the way, reeeech, to solve the Brillic, couldn't you solve the corners like an Impossiball or Megaminx and then do some Pyraminx-style 4-move algs to do all of the edges?

That is exactly how I solve it. :)
I first started putting the edges in place as I went top down but when I got to placing and orienting the last layer, many edge pieces were scrambled because the side edges move with face turns.
So I just figured, why bother?, and saved the edges for last. A simple four move sequence cycles just three pieces, in a very intuitive manner (r l' r' l), and a few applications of this (with face turns and reversing the move) turns into a double edge flipper.

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By the way, reeeech, to solve the Brillic, couldn't you solve the corners like an Impossiball or Megaminx and then do some Pyraminx-style 4-move algs to do all of the edges?

That is exactly how I solve it. :)
I first started putting the edges in place as I went top down but when I got to placing and orienting the last layer, many edge pieces were scrambled because the side edges move with face turns.
So I just figured, why bother?, and saved the edges for last. A simple four move sequence cycles just three pieces, in a very intuitive manner (r l' r' l), and a few applications of this (with face turns and reversing the move) turns into a double edge flipper.

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hehe yes that is very possible. However, I'm not that good yet. I prefer to do each layer, as it eliminates pieces as I solve them (for recognition). If I were to solve all the corners first, it's hard for me to keep track of all the edges!

Dave - I've been solving it a few times a day now... My times are dropping! :P ;)


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