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[Unofficial] Michael Wehar 20x20x20 cube in 20:37:07.42

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Back in 2009 when I was 16 years old, I solved the 20x20x20 cube in 20 hours 37 minutes and 7.42 seconds. It was quite an accomplishment even though it was a rather slow solve. I think I could solve it in somewhere between 8 and 14 hours if I were to give a second stab at it. I just wanted to share this with all of you. :)
 
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How ironic,

I still have the video when I solved the 20x20x20 in Gabbasoft for the first and only time (I got the solved cube explode), and the date that video was created was December 4, 2009. I solved it in 6:54:06.67 with 7206 moves, but I just made 21 then.


@qqwref, why isn't your 1 hr 11 min record on speedcubing.com's list of UWRs?!
 
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I solved a 20x20x20 years ago using my own layer-by-layer method. Not sure how long it took to solve - I did it over several days but only about an hour a day. Here's a capture taken from when it was about two thirds solved.
 
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Whoa! Layer by layer. So intense. I wasn't even sure if that was possible (in some formal mathematical sense that I'm not writing down). Proof by example.
 
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