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

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

  1. turtwig

    turtwig Member

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    2015JIAN04
    Last edited by a moderator: Dec 10, 2017
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  2. Great job! Almost sub 8!
     
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  3. He went from a 15 to an 8 in just a year...
     
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  4. FJT97

    FJT97 Member

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

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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.
     
  6. FireCuber

    FireCuber Member

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    Cubing at my desk USA.
    YouTube:
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    Wow! Amazing job!!
     
  7. guysensei1

    guysensei1 Member

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    Singing pores
    WCA:
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    He could do a 4 sq1 relay instead of a single solve and still win the event at that comp.
     
  8. 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
     
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  9. 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
     
  10. Parity doesn’t take 5 seconds lol
     
  11. 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.
     
  12. Isaac Lai

    Isaac Lai Member

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    Singapore
    WCA:
    2015LAII01
    He knows CSP, so tracing probably takes more than 5 seconds.
     
  13. Oh when you said per attempt I thought you meant per cube not for the whole thing :p
     
  14. 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.
     
  15. bcube

    bcube Member

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

    Prabal Baishya Member

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  17. GarethBert11

    GarethBert11 Member

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    Feb 1, 2014
    Indonesia
    WCA:
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    He used a Cosmic Volt Squan
     
  18. Cryoo

    Cryoo Member

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    Jul 11, 2015
    France
    WCA:
    2016OUTH01
    YouTube:
    CryooCubing
    WRONG ! He used a SCS Cosmic Black Qiyi Square-1
     
  19. D.Abhishek

    D.Abhishek Member

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