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One-Answer Other Question Thread

Discussion in 'One-Answer Question Forum' started by pjk, Nov 11, 2014.

  1. 1973486

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    http://alg.cubing.net
     
  2. Mastermind2368

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    You can ask for a resolve.

    I don't know the notation for 6x6 but if I say l or r I mean the third layer in.

    l' U2 l' U2 F2 l F2 r U2 r' U2 l
     
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  3. Cale S

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    You'd almost certainly be denied one, since it was yourself and you could otherwise fake a sneeze for a resolve
     
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  4. oneshot

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    whats the difference between a member and a premium member?

    And how does one become a premium member?
     
  5. UberJay

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    Thanks you.
     
  6. I just got a rex cube and I came across a parity that I can't find a solution to anywhere. Only two centers are swaped, anyone have a solution?
     
  7. Mastermind2368

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    solve in the correct color scheme.
     
  8. Mastermind2368

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    who has a tutorial on k solve?
     
  9. Sue Doenim

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    I want to learn B2 but can't seem to grasp the idea of CP tracing/tracking. Can anyone direct me to a resource other than Teoidus' essay on it?
     
  10. shadowslice e

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    I constructed my versions of it from Jaap's page.
     
  11. YOBACK

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    How to solve it faster than in 3 algorithms?
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  12. One Wheel

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    I would use 3 algs. The issue is that you have a parity, and until you finish the first two layers you won't know whether you need to switch inner wings or outer wings. I like to solve edges on the E layer, so I would do an F or equivalent cube rotation, then 2D [flip] 2D' 4U' [flip] 4U, solve f2l with green or red cross, then solve parity.

    Edited: corrected alg.
     
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  13. Christ0

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    Does someones know where i can find which cube was used bye speed cubers to win world record? The 5 or 10 best record would be enought! Thanks you!
     
  14. CubingGenius

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    Single:

    1. Feliks Zemdegs - 4.73 seconds - Gan 356 Air M
    2. Mats Valk - 4.74 seconds - Valk 3 M
    3. Lucas Etter - 4.90 seconds - Moyu Aolong V2
    4. Hyo-Min Seo (서효민) - 4.94 seconds - Moyu Aolong V2
    5. Keaton Ellis - 5.09 seconds - Cubicle Moyu Tanglong
    6. Rami Sbahi - 5.22 seconds - Cubicle Moyu Weilong GTS M
    7. Collin Burns - 5.25 seconds - Yuxin
    8. Alexandre Carlier - 5.40 seconds - Gan 356 Air
    9. Drew Brads - 5.50 seconds - Moyu Weilong GTS M
    10. Cornelius Dieckmann - 5.58 seconds - Gan 356 Air
    10. Pavan Ravindra - 5.58 seconds - Moyu Hualong

    Average:

    1. Feliks Zemdegs - 6.45 seconds - Gan 356S V2
    2. Sebastian Weyer - 6.81 seconds - Gan 356 Air
    3. Mats Valk - 6.83 seconds - Valk 3
    4. Lucas Etter - 7.05 seconds - Valk 3
    5. Seung Hyuk Nahm (남승혁) - 7.06 seconds - Guoguan Yuexiao
    6. Bill Wang - 7.10 seconds - Moyu Weilong GTS M
    6. Philipp Weyer - 7.10 seconds - Moyu Tanglong (Not 100% sure)
    8. Michał Pleskowicz - 7.13 seconds - Gans 356
    9. Patrick Ponce - 7.16 seconds - Cubicle Moyu Weilong GTS M
    10. Cornelius Dieckmann - 7.23 seconds - Gan 356 Air
     
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  15. CFOP beginner

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    Does any top SpeedCubers use thunderclap


    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
     
  16. Loiloiloi

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    Most Qiyi fans have switched to the Valk 3.
     
  17. CubingGenius

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    In Bill Wang's 6.04avg12 on youtube, has anyone discovered what move count he has for F2L and what time he finishes F2L in?
     
  18. CubingGenius

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    I have had some discomfort in my right index finger. It isn't that bad, but when I do U it feels very uncomfortale compared to usual. So I've only been practicing OH for the last few days. Has anyone else experienced this?
     
  19. VenomCubing

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    So my thread was recently moved into the New Method / substep / concept idea thread, and I don't believe it belongs there. As quoted by the thread's creator: "I'm making this thread for all of those ideas you have that are interesting, yet are not fully developed. This is a place to post them." It's obvious that the thread was meant to be a place where people could post their Ideas before they develop them, so that they could be helped with their idea.

    My thread was a method proposal for a new method, the GS method. Even though it was a proposal, my method was fully developed. I worked on it for months. After my thread was posted, It recieved positive feedback, along with a few suggestions. Even shadowslice e said that it was "not too bad". The next day, It was moved into the thread mentioned in the first paragraph. Now my fully developed method is being covered up and lost in 133 pages of other people's ideas. I cannot understand why an administrator or moderator would move my hard work into a place for infantile ideas. It is highly insulting and disrespectful to my work, and I am very pissed off.

    Is there any way to put my method back into a thread of it's own? If not, would it be acceptable to make another thread for my method, as the original doesn't exist anymore? If none of these are okay, what speedcubing forums don't throw people's hard work away for no good reason?
     

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