One-Answer WCA Competition and Regulations Question Thread

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  1. Goosly

    Goosly Member

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    If you can not feel the difference with another center cap, it's fine.
     
  2. AlphaSheep

    AlphaSheep Member

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    If you can throw the cube in the air with your eyes closed and then find the white side just by touch, then it's not allowed. You can scrape those logos off gently with a sharp knife. Hold the knife relatively flat so you don't scratch the plastic.
     
  3. mitja

    mitja Member

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    I am asking because I wasn't allowed to compete on one blind event with valk3. I will scratch it of, but I would comment that this rule doesn't solve anything. You don't try to find white face during comp, no time for that, but technicaly, I can always recognise one face blind by touching the imperfecton in some of the cubes( slightly schrached edges...) you always know your cube and nobody competes with new cube.
     
  4. Kit Clement

    Kit Clement Premium Member

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    This can be used to keep track of where your interchange is in an edge commutator or whether you are on an even/odd target in M2.
     
  5. obelisk477

    obelisk477 Member

    Only if it can't be felt.
     
  6. As long as you can't feel it, then it should be fine.
     
  7. mitja

    mitja Member

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    So I could just use 6 transparent stickers instead of peeling the logo away
     
  8. obelisk477

    obelisk477 Member

    I think you'd have to cover the cube in transparent stickers as well if you did them on the center caps, but I'm not sure what reg I'm thinking of that makes me think that
     
  9. mitja

    mitja Member

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    if the point is not to be able to recognise the face, then stickers on the center cups would be enough.
     
  10. Sp00ky_

    Sp00ky_ Member

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    At a comp I was recently at, I got a 4.860 2x2 solve. When they entered it in, it came up as 48.60 on the scoreboard. I went up to them and told them what happened, and they fixed it. However when I went on the WCA website the next day, my time was 48.60 again. I emailed them twice about this, and I haven't gotten a response yet. What should I do?

    PS I'm new to the Speedsolving forum, so if this thread in the wrong place, let me know, and I'll remove it.
     
  11. Ollie

    Ollie Member

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    Have you emailed the organisers or the delegates of the competition? Try emailing the delegate directly if you haven't done already.
     
  12. LexCubing

    LexCubing Member

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    What does a beyond 45 degree cube look like? Even at home I would like to plus 2 if I really did go beyond 45 degrees.
     
  13. Rpotts

    Rpotts Member

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    Closer to a U/U' away than to solved. 45 degrees is halfway to a quarter turn, 90 degrees.
     
  14. ViliusRibinskas

    ViliusRibinskas Member

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    Checkered clock legal or not?
     
  15. Jaysammey777

    Jaysammey777 Member

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    YouTube:
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    Shouldn't be, although the wording in the regulations makes no clock legal.
    But ya, don't checkered your clock
     

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