One-Answer Blindsolving Question Thread

Discussion in 'One-Answer Question Forum' started by Kenneth, Feb 8, 2011.

Welcome to the Speedsolving.com. You are currently viewing our boards as a guest which gives you limited access to join discussions and access our other features. By joining our free community of over 30,000 people, you will have access to post topics, communicate privately with other members (PM), respond to polls, upload content and access many other special features. Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please, join our community today!

If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact us and we'll help you get started. We look forward to seeing you on the forums!

Already a member? Login to stop seeing this message.
  1. Ollie

    Ollie Member

    2,745
    157
    Mar 31, 2012
    London, UK
    WCA:
    2012FROS01
    YouTube:
    OliverFrostBLD
    Not the answer you're looking for, but I would just do:

    [x: [R U R' U' R U R', D]]
     
  2. G2013

    G2013 Member

    716
    34
    Jul 8, 2014
    In the underground
    WCA:
    2013DIPI01
    Hahaha ok I'll try with my feet. No jk but I'll try that "finger scheme" you use. Thanks!

    I would just do D' (sexy or antisexy as many times you need) D' (again many sexy or antisexy moves) D2
     
  3. Keroma12

    Keroma12 Member

    528
    24
    Jul 28, 2010
    LA, California, USA
    WCA:
    2010MATT02
    YouTube:
    Keroma03
    I meant repositioning your feet on the ground, not touching the center pieces with them, in case that wasn't clear. I found it helped with the awkwardness of holding at first, but as you get faster it's easier to just remember, I think.
     
  4. G2013

    G2013 Member

    716
    34
    Jul 8, 2014
    In the underground
    WCA:
    2013DIPI01
    That's actually one really nice idea. I'll actually try it XD
    Thanks!
     
    Keroma12 likes this.
  5. [R' U R U' R' U R, D']

    i don't use it tho cuz i'm too lazy to learn it
     
    Ollie likes this.
  6. No Cube Unsolved

    No Cube Unsolved Member

    1
    0
    Dec 29, 2016
    Hi, I just learned blind a couple weeks ago and I don't really understand how the multi-blind points work.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!
     
  7. 1973486

    1973486 Member

    330
    135
    Jun 21, 2015
  8. The number of cubes u solve minus the number of cubes u didnt
     
  9. mark49152

    mark49152 Premium Member

    3,700
    1,508
    Oct 29, 2012
    UK
    WCA:
    2015RIVE05
    YouTube:
    mark49152
  10. Nam Dank the Tank

    Nam Dank the Tank Member

    43
    1
    Nov 12, 2016
    basically number of cubes you solve minus number of cubes you do not solve
    score has to be more than half the cubes solved
    shorter time is a decider

    Also does anyone know why the scoring works like this? In other memory sports it is just how many items you memorise right. How is 19/20 worse than 19/19?
     
  11. mark49152

    mark49152 Premium Member

    3,700
    1,508
    Oct 29, 2012
    UK
    WCA:
    2015RIVE05
    YouTube:
    mark49152
    It's so you can't get an advantage by discarding harder scrambles. 15/20 could mean you submitted 20 cubes then intentionally set aside 5 scrambles you didn't like. 15/15 means you solved even the hard ones so it's fair that it is scored higher.
     
  12. Nam Dank the Tank

    Nam Dank the Tank Member

    43
    1
    Nov 12, 2016
    ah i see, its a good solution
     
  13. oneshot

    oneshot Member

    83
    33
    Dec 7, 2008
    Down the rabbit hole...
    YouTube:
    Twizzle
    And does points always win over time? Meaning 10/10 in 59:59 beats 9/10 in 23:00?
     
  14. Yes
     
  15. Do fast people use the journey method or rooms for 4 and 5BLD? or is it just for multi?

    I currently just memo normally using images/audio.
     
  16. Cale S

    Cale S Member

    2,084
    386
    Jan 18, 2014
    Iowa, USA
    WCA:
    2014SCHO02
    YouTube:
    mathtornado7
    For 5BLD I memorize wings, midges, and corners in locations, but the locations are just directions relative to me and I don't visualize them very much. I memorize wings in 3 groups that are in front of me, above me, and behind me, I memorize midges to the left of me, and corners to the right.
     
  17. cool! I'll try that

    but how do you remember anything if you don't visualize the images?
     
  18. CyanSandwich

    CyanSandwich Member

    1,517
    176
    Oct 4, 2012
    Wellington, New Zealand
    WCA:
    2013NELS01
    YouTube:
    c/TomNelson1
    I use rooms. Wings and midges in room 1, Centers in room 2 with audio corners. I use journey even for 3bld, it's just a short journey given it's about 4 letter pairs.

    How do you use images for 5bld without the journey/rooms method? Just wondering.
     
  19. Cale S

    Cale S Member

    2,084
    386
    Jan 18, 2014
    Iowa, USA
    WCA:
    2014SCHO02
    YouTube:
    mathtornado7
    I'm not very good at visualizing images (a lot of my letter pairs don't even mean anything...) but it just helps to associate the sentences with a location to remember them

    It's kind of like remembering a sentence that happens in a certain location but without visualizing it happening
     
  20. I just memo pictures for each piece type and link them together somehow

    and i also specifically remember the first letter of my memo for midges, wings, and corners to help me get started when i do execution

    ok cool. I guess I'll try sentences with locations then
     

Share This Page