1. well, his secret is his method

probably is very effective, solving pieces freely and with small setups...he's just crazy

2. Yeah.... 1:35 5x5 avg is the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard of. I think M2's lack of thought makes it so fast. I need to learn a new corner method though.

3. do you assume he has a secret method because he is so fast or do you know?
maybe someone should spy on him

4. hey.. congrats on shattering the world record! haha i dont get the edge parity in pochmanns M2.. i know that partiy happens when there is a odd number of edges, and the three edges in the M slice would end up wrong... can you help me out..

5. Well, Pochmann's parity fix is dealt with when you use M2. I used Erik's site, which says to use Pochamann's old corner method (Y perm). The move he uses is U' F2 U M2 U' F2 U. This switches the UB and UL edgs while fixing the centers, like the parity fix in the old pochmann method.

6. First whole solves using M2/R2(/parity):

Cubes Solved: 26
Average: 42.47
Fastest Time: 34.68
Slowest Time: 50.34
Standard Deviation: 03.50

Now just edges using M2:

Cubes Solved: 18
Average: 21.88
Fastest Time: 18.17
Slowest Time: 27.93
Standard Deviation: 02.86

So about 22 seconds for edges, and then 20 seconds for corners+parity.

Edit: This was without the two improvements I just mentioned in another thread.

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