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    *Sigh* The internet is too long to read. One can really only be expected to read the first post, and the last five.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyson View Post
    What is it about these solves that makes them so baller? The turning rate doesn't really seem astounding... I mean, compared to let's say, Rowe Hessler. But it really does seem that there is absolutely no delay in between any of the steps. Is that why it's so fast? Rowe probably has a faster TPS peak, but I think there's definitely more delay in between his steps.

    Color neutral wins.

    If any cuber stands for the power and significance of color neutrality, it is Feliks. His solve is like Phil Ivey being dealt six poker hands and getting to choose the best starting hand. He has an enormous edge.

    Feliks also stands for ludicrous-speed TPS and recognition. He has pauses, but they are measured in the nano-seconds.
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    OH NO NOT THAT PICTURE.
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    OMG PICTURE
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    Quote Originally Posted by fazrulz View Post
    OH NO NOT THAT PICTURE.
    Hahaha..sorry..but I think it's funny . If you want I will take it out. It was the only one I found

    LE: Oh..and someone should correct this: Rubik's Cube 9.21 Melbourne Summer Open 2010 Final 8.91 8.83 10.91 9.90 8.69 . Is it 8.83 or 8.33? on the speedcubing.com webpage.
    Last edited by Radu; 01-31-2010 at 01:15 AM.

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    It's 8.83. The 8.33 was from the first round
    1 corner and 1 edge solved, 6 corner targets, 10 edge targets = pwn

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    If you need cash you better sell your cube

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    WOW!!
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