# Thread: Square-1 - 11.20 avg of 12, 9.91 avg of 5

1. ## Square-1 - 11.20 avg of 12, 9.91 avg of 5

10.94 P, 10.42, 11.81 P, 13.34 P, 11.16, (15.83 P), 9.02, (8.40), 9.56, 11.68, 12.40 P, 11.63 = 11.20

Five parities. Solves 5-9 make a 9.91 avg of 5. I had an 11.4x average earlier with a full-step 7.08, but my computer crashed and I lost it. Also, all of the scrambles are optimal, random-state scrambles.

(Brest, if you want to start reconstructing sq1 solves, this is a good time to start (although I lost the scrambles...))

2. O_O Yeah you probably don't need to pay me for the lube

I wish I could turn as fast as you...

3. Nice 7.08. Erik's former WR time keeps popping up lol. And congrats on the awesome times, especially the avg5.

4. Rob, is ER sufficient?

5. Originally Posted by MTGjumper
Rob, is ER sufficient?
ER is more than sufficient

EDIT: Hmm not many people posting...

6. that is a crazy average.

do you ever do parity cp? somewhere you said you were going to learn it, and do you intend on going to worlds next year?

7. Holy nice!

8. :O Impressiveeee.

What method do you use to solve it?

9. Originally Posted by vcuber13
that is a crazy average.

do you ever do parity cp? somewhere you said you were going to learn it, and do you intend on going to worlds next year?
I know some cases, but I never use them I probably won't be going to Worlds or Euros

Originally Posted by Outsmash
:O Impressiveeee.

What method do you use to solve it?
Vandenbergh

10. Your TPS is insanity! Very well done! I used to think I was fast at Square-1...lol no. My square-1 can't handle that kind of rapid turning, it'll explode...I know, I've tried!

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