Featured [WR] Anuar Miguel Abib Onofre 8.04 Square-1 Average

Discussion in 'WR/CR/NR solves' started by turtwig, Dec 9, 2017.

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  1. turtwig

    turtwig Member

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    Last edited by a moderator: Dec 10, 2017
  2. AidanNoogie

    AidanNoogie Member

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    Great job! Almost sub 8!
     
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  3. He went from a 15 to an 8 in just a year...
     
  4. TipsterTrickster

    TipsterTrickster Member

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  5. FJT97

    FJT97 Member

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    The last solve was the best solve. Thats impressive
     
  6. Gomorrite

    Gomorrite Member

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    Awesome! I am always attracted to the idea that someone might be practicing "in the shadows" and then suddenly appear out of nowhere and break a World Record.

    I also like how specialized he is in Square-1. None of his results in other events indicate that he is nowhere near top level, but by focusing in one event he has improved so much in so little time.
     
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  7. FireCuber

    FireCuber Member

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    Wow! Amazing job!!
     
  8. guysensei1

    guysensei1 Member

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    He could do a 4 sq1 relay instead of a single solve and still win the event at that comp.
     
  9. Underwatercuber

    Underwatercuber Member

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    Plenty of people specialize in one event and get good at it quickly. My friend also does sqone and mainly focuses on that. He chokes pretty hard at comps though :p
     
  10. whatshisbucket

    whatshisbucket Member

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    Probably not cuz he can't do all his CSP tracking that fast and parity would definitely add 5+ seconds per attmempt
     
  11. Underwatercuber

    Underwatercuber Member

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    Parity doesn’t take 5 seconds lol
     
  12. whatshisbucket

    whatshisbucket Member

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    4 cubes*1/2 chance of parity=2 parities/attempt on average. That is still probably a little much, maybe under +3.5 seconds if all possible odd parity EP cases are known.
     
  13. Isaac Lai

    Isaac Lai Member

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    He knows CSP, so tracing probably takes more than 5 seconds.
     
  14. Underwatercuber

    Underwatercuber Member

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    Oh when you said per attempt I thought you meant per cube not for the whole thing :p
     
  15. whatshisbucket

    whatshisbucket Member

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    Right, I'm saying there isn't enough time to do CSP for all of the cubes so he would have to add a few seconds in order to fix parity when necessary later in the solves.
     
  16. bcube

    bcube Member

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    What puzzle brand was used? QiYi MoFangGe X-Man Volt?
     
  17. Prabal Baishya

    Prabal Baishya Member

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  18. GarethBert11

    GarethBert11 Member

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    He used a Cosmic Volt Squan
     
  19. Cryoo

    Cryoo Member

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    WRONG ! He used a SCS Cosmic Black Qiyi Square-1
     

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