No, the first week scrambles are those because they are already posted, but on the next weeks, I will post them.
But, UberCuber, edit your message and wirte a big 1 on the top
EDIT: this message was a reply to cmhardw, but Mike has pressed the "post" button first.
Last edited by javirk; 01-20-2011 at 01:07 PM.
Eh, times were kind of slow, but not bad for me. Is there a preferred format to display the times?
I just posted them real quick when I saw Chris's request for scrambles because I wasn't sure exactly how long it would be before you came back online and posted in the thread.
I also like Chris's idea of having 12 scrambles and making it the person's individual choice of how many to do. I think it would be a nice thing to try next round.
Best single: 46.19
Average of 5: 52.18
I shouldn't do BLD when I just wake up, I can't turn fast enough.
Time to warm up for Helsinki by spamming hundreds of Y perms and M2s
Average of 5: 1:21.45
1:13.36, 1:24.86, 1:26.12, DNF(1:18.05), 1:02.36
51.61, 47.13, 1:19.94, 1:01.90, DNF(43.18)
Off by 3 edges on the last one Recall delays on 3rd and 4th
Everyone's accuracy is pretty nice - only one person so far has failed to get an average 3/5!
It's also interesting that so far, it doesn't matter whether you take averages or best singles - the ranking is exactly the same either way.
This bodes well for my prediction that, several years from now, it might really make sense to do averages 3/5 for competitions. I know everyone thinks I'm crazy now, but mark my words, someday you'll agree with me.
52.13, DNF(49.43), 56.83, 1:00.71, 47.29
Did freestyle corners on some
Last edited by fazrulz; 01-20-2011 at 06:53 PM.
Wish I could participate immediately. The sad fact is that I have only recently started to learn BLD solving (with Old Pochman for Corners and M2 for edges) and have not yet attempted a full solve as I am not yet comfortable with the setup moves.
Can anyone share a bit of advice on setup moves? It seems that I cannot undo the move after performing the algorithm (Y-Perm or M2) even while looking at the cube.