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Odd WCA stats/ Stats request Thread

Discussion in 'General Speedcubing Discussion' started by anders, Dec 15, 2010.

  1. Thom S.

    Thom S. Member

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    I meam, this is what this thread is about, right?
     
  2. Mike Hughey

    Mike Hughey Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Most of the requests on this thread have been things that could be calculated with some crunching of the official database. But I think this sort of thing is also a reasonable use of this thread.
     
  3. kake123

    kake123 Member

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    Its more like 3/20, but yeah probably one of the highest unsolved cubes in official MBLD
     
  4. Cale S

    Cale S Member

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    Tom has like 2/42 official or something
     
  5. Roman

    Roman Member

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    First ever cubing competition in the entire Krasnoyarskij Kraj area lead to a case when we have 10 times more first-timers than the competitors with the WCA IDs.
    No comps in here were hurting my feelings all this time because this is my homeland :D
    Edit: still no comps in Sakha which area is 3 million square kilometers (1/5 of Russia)
     
  6. FastCubeMaster

    FastCubeMaster Member

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    Longest DNF streak for 3BLD officially?
     
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  7. Competition Cuber

    Competition Cuber Member

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    Person who has the most WRs? And World championship podiums? and sum of both? (besides Feliks)
     
  8. teboecubes

    teboecubes Member

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    WCA:
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    YouTube:
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    WRs: Max Park (3)
    Championship: Erik Akkersdijk / Chris Hardwick (8)
    Sum: Erik Akkersdijk / Chris Hardwick (8)

    I think those are all right.

    And compare that to Feliks, who has 8 WRs and 25 WC podiums
     
  9. 1973486

    1973486 Member

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    Kevin has 9 podiums. I would have thought he meant all-time WRs but he didn't specify.
     
  10. whatshisbucket

    whatshisbucket Member

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    Here
    all listed excludes feliks
    Number of different events with world records: 7 by Mátyás Kuti (5 by him, Dan Cohen, Erik Akkersdijk, and Max Park if you exclude Magic and Master Magic).
    Speaking of Mátyás Kuti,
    He did 33 3BLD attempts without a success. EDIT: see below
    Most total world records is Erik Akkersdijk with a measly 33.
    I think the most number of WC podiums is 8.
     
    Last edited: Jan 30, 2018
  11. Mike Hughey

    Mike Hughey Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Actually, no - most of those were successful but disqualified.

    I didn't do a search for who has the most successive BLD attempts without a success, but I do remember that Bruce Norskog missed his first 27 attempts before finally getting a success. And his first success was 9:59.43, at a competition that had a hard cutoff at 10 minutes!!!
     
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  12. AlphaSheep

    AlphaSheep Member

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    Mátyás Kuti actually had a 100% success rate. Its the reason for his perfect accuracy that led to the regulations requiring a board between the competitor and the cube in addition to a blindfold.

    Marcin Zalewski also has a long streak of DNFs, that weren't all legitimate DNFs.
     
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  13. Competition Cuber

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    I meant WRs, not WRs in most events.
     
  14. AlphaSheep

    AlphaSheep Member

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    It's not clear what you mean by WRs. Does Feliks have 8 WRs or does he have 117 WRs.
     
  15. Niksson

    Niksson Member

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    The longest I've seen is one of Serhii Koksharov - 57 and still counting.
     
  16. FastCubeMaster

    FastCubeMaster Member

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    Those are successes?
     
  17. Mike Hughey

    Mike Hughey Super Moderator Staff Member

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    57 consecutive DNFs.
     
  18. Niksson

    Niksson Member

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    Well, nope. All his official 3bld attempts are DNFs. But I didn't count DNSes so can it be accepted as a streak? Or did you mean a pure DNF streak with no DNSes in-between?
     
  19. FastCubeMaster

    FastCubeMaster Member

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    Oh right sorry for some reason the first time I tried to click on the guy it led me to another who had a lot of 3BLD successes. I don’t even know how it happened
     
  20. whatshisbucket

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    Here
    Who has the most consecutive 3BLD DNFs after having at least one success?
     

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