1. Originally Posted by Ranzha V. Emodrach
If "centre piece" relates to a piece connected to the core (or something; uncertain how to phrase this), the logo on Square-1s is most definitely on a centre piece.
Um why must there be at most one logos on the cube? If this rule is extended to square-1 then that means my square-1 is disqualified... since there are words on both the left and right middle pieces, unless words do not count as logos.

2. Originally Posted by Neo63
Um why must there be at most one logos on the cube? If this rule is extended to square-1 then that means my square-1 is disqualified... since there are words on both the left and right middle pieces, unless words do not count as logos.
I don't quite understand what you mean. Can you post pictures?

3. He means his middle layer caps have designs or words on them. The caps are in the middle layers so you can tension it.

4. Originally Posted by jonlin
He means his middle layer caps have designs or words on them. The caps are in the middle layers so you can tension it.
Oh, I see. I personally count the logo as a single sticker, but seeing as that Sq-1 keeps the same cube orientation the entire solve, there's no advantage.
Just to be safe, however, I'd stick to a one-sticker logo.

5. Originally Posted by Ranzha V. Emodrach
Oh, I see. I personally count the logo as a single sticker, but seeing as that Sq-1 keeps the same cube orientation the entire solve, there's no advantage.
Just to be safe, however, I'd stick to a one-sticker logo.
I still don't quite understand how more than one logo would give you an advantage. And I'm assuming words count as logos too?

EDIT: jonlin's explanation was good, sorry.

6. Originally Posted by Neo63
I still don't quite understand how more than one logo would give you an advantage. And I'm assuming words count as logos too?

EDIT: jonlin's explanation was good, sorry.
i thought you had cubesmith stickers on though

if the logo was on the front would it still work?

7. Originally Posted by vcuber13
i thought you had cubesmith stickers on though

if the logo was on the front would it still work?
No I have the original mf8 stickers, cubesmith doesn't sell sets with my colour scheme. I don't know what you mean by logo on the front.

8. Originally Posted by Neo63
No I have the original mf8 stickers, cubesmith doesn't sell sets with my colour scheme. I don't know what you mean by logo on the front.
Having a logo on the left and right sides for Square-1 doesn't change anything. However, for simplicity of complying with the regs, a one-sticker logo would be preferred.
It is easier to let the regulation be than to make this a lot more difficult.

9. I think the regulations could make an exception for this puzzle. An additional logo does not give any additional information. In fact, I think it would be fine for the regulations to allow multiple logos if all logos are on center stickers.

10. Don't think there's anything about this n WCA rules and Regs etc. For Irish Open2012 there was about a week to go before the comp and the weather had suddenly become bad and some flights were cancelled luckily Daniel's wasn't but what would've happened if the flight had of been cancelled until say a few days later? Could someone with a lot of competition experience be nominated to be a stand in delegate r would the competition be just unofficial?

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