Do I get inspection time?
3x3: 9.61/13.35/14.59/15.94. 4x4: 58.30/1:04.63/1:09.12/1:14.05. 3BLD: 1:21.72[35.53].
2:41.44, 2:18.36, 2:43.88 = 2:34.56
Can we check the scrambled cube (the one we are trying to replicate) as many times as we want during the solve?
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Round 1, Riley:
3:09.10, 3:02.91, 2:24.42
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3BLD: Single - 19.40, Mo3 - 24.96, Avg5 - 26.08, Avg12 - 32.89, 3x3: Single - 5.30, Avg5 - 8.33, Avg12 - 8.75, Avg100 - 9.83. Review is for kids.
4:41.61, 4:22.18, 3:50.16 = 4:17.98
This was a lot easier then i thought it would be.
so this would basicly be done as a blindsolve with different targets?
what would be a better method
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Your regular speed solving method.
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F2L pairs really aren't that hard to do, although I add extra moves for some cases because it's hard to see the normal "algorithm" for inserting a pair (what works intuitively with proper pairs is harder for me to see when matching a scramble). It's the last layer where I do things differently, since I can't recognize full OLL or full PLL cases - I permute edges, then orient them, then permute corners, then orient them for the last layer. I also get about 1:10 average (well, 1:15, anyway), but I'm significantly slower at normal 3x3x3. I also only "practice" when doing the five solves per week for the weekly competition.
My square-1 BLD method: http://skarrie.se/square1blind/