1. Round 227 (OH)
Average: 24.89
23.69, 24.02, 28.11, 22.81, (21.69), 22.21, 24.87, 27.24, 26.43, (28.47), 25.18, 24.39

I need to make some videos of OH soon, I am improving fast.

2. Round 227 - Alumini

15.41, (22.08), (14.41), 15.38, 17.05+, 17.39, 21.75+, 16.36, 16.69, 15.90, 19.83, 20.66

Average: 17.64

Horrible. Screwed up many times. Going to upload a vid of this.

Spoiler:

3. Maybe I don't know the regulations right, but shouldn't the 17.05+ be a DNF?

4. Round 227: Roux

(25.95), 22.74, 19.93, 20.65, 16.51, 17.74, 17.19, 25.61, 18.43, (15.48), 22.89, 24.62 = 20.63

5. Originally Posted by sneaklyfox
Maybe I don't know the regulations right, but shouldn't the 17.05+ be a DNF?
Good question, but no, this is a legitimate +2 solve. From the regulations:
10e) A puzzle is solved when all face colours are reconstructed and all the parts are aligned within certain limits.
10e1) For each two adjacent parts (for example two parallel adjacent slices of a cube) of the puzzle that are misaligned more than the limit described in Article 10f, these two parts are considered to need one move to be solved (Half Turn Metric).
10e2) If no move is needed to bring the puzzle to solved state, the puzzle is considered solved without a penalty.
10e3) If one move is needed, the puzzle is considered solved with a penalty of 2 seconds.
10e4) If more than one move is needed, the solve is ruled DNF.
10f) Limits of misalignment for puzzles:
cube shaped puzzles: =< 45 degrees
The only face that is misaligned by this definition is the R face; the U and D faces are considered aligned (even though they're fairly far off, they're clearly less than 45 degrees). So this puzzle is defined to need one move to solve, so it deserves a +2.

However, a word of advice to god of rubic 2: you might want to consider being a little more careful about how you finish the solve; that one was rather uncomfortably close to a DNF.

6. Round 227
18,47
(14.54), 17.89, (27.59), 19.38, 20.26, 15.48, 18.19, 18.39, 18.14, 15.40, 23.13, 18.43+

7. Round 227 - OH

25.96, 25.50, 27.41, 25.97, 26.27, (34.82), 30.15, 25.95, 25.57, 27.85, (24.87), 27.81 = 26.84

8. Round 227

Average:23.87

19.74, 22.98, 19.08, 29.61, 23.87, 26.15, 24.73, 31.34, 27.51, 19.69, 19.16, 25.27

First timed solves of the week. Some pretty inconsistent times but hey 4 sub-20 solves

9. Originally Posted by Mike Hughey
However, a word of advice to god of rubic 2: you might want to consider being a little more careful about how you finish the solve; that one was rather uncomfortably close to a DNF.
Yea, sorry, I get a little too excited when I get a fast PLL.

10. Round 227
2H

Average: 18.84

16.18, 21.70, 19.08, 19.55, (14.99), 20.87, 22.04, 17.39, (24.04+), 19.42, 16.39, 15.74

:O

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