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  1. xyzzy

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  2. Arvind Raju

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    which website/ app to use to reconstruct a solve such that the pc can display the cube being solved.
     
  3. 1973486

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    http://alg.cubing.net
     
  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. oneshot

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    whats the difference between a member and a premium member?

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

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    Thanks you.
     
  8. WombatWarrior17

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    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?
     
  9. Mastermind2368

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    solve in the correct color scheme.
     
  10. Mastermind2368

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    who has a tutorial on k solve?
     
  11. 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?
     
  12. I constructed my versions of it from Jaap's page.
     
  13. YOBACK

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    How to solve it faster than in 3 algorithms?
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  14. 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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  15. 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!
     
  16. 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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  17. CFOP beginner

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    Does any top SpeedCubers use thunderclap


    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
     
  18. Loiloiloi

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    Most Qiyi fans have switched to the Valk 3.
     
  19. 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?
     

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