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I am not really sure but most likely not. As it turns out an unofficial competition isn't really worth the trouble and I don't really have the experience to organize an official one. I'm a little disappointed about it but I guess that's how things go.
Wow thanks a lot! Yeah the edge pairing method I was using is a sloppy version of 6 cycle edge pairing (I think that's what it's called). 3-2-3 looks a lot more simple and easy. I think I'll start using it from now on. I guess it's a good thing I'm still fairly new to 4x4 because it won't be...
You're probably right. I generally try to scramble my cubes in the same sort of style that computer generated scrambles do instead of having a pattern (like crazybadcubers 3x3 scrambles) though. I try to include random moves from all over the place with no particular pattern so that it basically...
Yeah I've spoken with a few. Finding a delegate has been one of the easiest parts. Finding a venue and good day to have the comp has been the hard part.
Thank you. If it becomes official I'll be announcing it here. I may PM you as well.
Your first priority should definitely be to learn full PLL. Learn 1-2 algs a day and you'll have it learned in a week or two. After you finish that I'd suggest continuing to learn full OLL. The OLLs are easier to learn than the PLLs and you should know then all within a month or so if you really...
I've got a question for everyone here. When verbally speaking an algorithm (e.g. H perm) do you say "M" or "M Prime"?
"M two prime, U, M two prime, U two, M two prime, U, M two prime."
"M two, U, M two, U two, M two, U, M two."