# Weekly Competition 2017-41

Discussion in 'Forum Competitions' started by Mike Hughey, Oct 10, 2017.

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1. ### FastCubeMasterMember

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Jun 30, 2015
Brisbane, Australia
WCA:
2015PEAR02
FastCubeMaster
Called it

2. ### applezfallMember

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170
May 6, 2017
Malldova
WCA:
2016NAGR01
what methods do you use ?

3. ### Sandro PastorMember

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1
Oct 1, 2017
2x2: 13.66 12.67 10.71 (10.33) (13.74)
2x2: 13.66 12.67 10.71 (10.33) (13.74)
3x3: 51.08 41.
2x2: 9.40 10.20 (8.84) 9.29 (12.05) AVG: 9.63
3x3: (51.08) 41.50 (32.24) 45.75 38.73 AVG: 41.99

4. ### Jaysammey777Member

1,216
320
Nov 24, 2009
University of Georgia
WCA:
2010AMBR01
Jaysammey777
Hey hey. Let's give him some credit. His clock times seem very reasonable. Assuming he has a clock and not just entering in random numbers

5. ### AidanNoogieMember

2x2: (5.54), 3.41, (3.39), 3.78, 4.48 = 3.89

3x3: 12.67, (19.56), 12.64, 11.82, (10.98) = 12.38

4x4: (48.62), 54.29, 51.48, (1:07.89), 54.94 = 53.57

5x5: 1:43.47, 1:39.84, (1:36.42), (1:46.17), 1:45.45 = 1:43.92

6x6: 3:45.34, 3:49.23, 3:29.64, (4:19.78), (3:24.06) = 3:41.40

3x3 OH: (19.50), 20.79, 26.20, 27.09, (34.11) = 24.69

Square 1: (27.41), 42.59, 28.61, (58.05), 29.62 = 33.61

Last edited: Oct 11, 2017
6. ### Mellis FertonMember

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Oct 10, 2017
Seriously? Yes, Feliks was averaging 12 seconds when he joined his first competition, but he wasn't averaging 9 seconds on 3x3, 48 seconds on 5x5, and even more ridiculous times. There is no point in faking your solves, seriously. Just be legitimate. That's what people respect the most.

Even if they aren't faked, why would you spend money on cubes rather than a working phone, or laptop w/webcam? It just doesn't make sense.

Have these so you can get a broader grasp of what I'm trying to say.

7. ### Arya VasaMember

4
2
Oct 10, 2017
chris olson lmao

8. ### GarethBert11Member

152
40
Feb 1, 2014
Indonesia
WCA:
2017PURB01
Where can I see his fake results? Is it deleted?

Edit: My bad it's in the comp website.

P.S seriouly though 8/10 Multiblind in 15 minutes?

Last edited: Oct 12, 2017
9. ### muchachoMember

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May 27, 2015
Spain
WCA:
2016ALAR01
davidalejosalarcia
3x3: (17.07), 17.25, 20.03, (20.66), 17.81 = 18.36

10. ### AidanNoogieMember

How could he not be faking? Doesn't have a phone, webcam and is too busy to go to a comp? If you are too busy to go to a comp then how are you averaging sub 50 on 5x5!?!?

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11. ### AidanNoogieMember

Did you create a new acount? On your profile it says you've only been a member since Monday!

12. ### applezfallMember

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May 6, 2017
Malldova
WCA:
2016NAGR01
if you dont have a webcam or a phone then what do you use to enter times ?
a nokia flipphone

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13. ### CubicOreoMember

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Sep 28, 2017
2x2: 2.954
2.612, (10.385), 2.179, 2.832, 3.419

3x3: 12.632
(10.357), (13.631), 12.184, 13.465, 12.249

4x4: 56.927
58.777, (59.139), 56.065, 55.939, (54.885)

5x5: 1:42.607
(1:55.952), 1:42.082, 1:50.564, (1:34.675), 1:35.176

3x3 OH: 16.992
15.767, 16.751, 18.459, (15.415), (23.875)

Pyra: 4.415
4.181, 4.826, (9.159), (3.542), 4.240

Skewb: 5.710
4.949, 5.225, (4.404), 6.957, (7.314+)

Square 1: 19.876
21.736, (25.276), 19.364, 18.528, (18.063)

Kilo: 42.061
50.451, (50.539), 35.712, (33.640), 40.021

Mega: 1:32.018
(1:38.324), 1:35.743, 1:31.826, (1:23.785), 1:28.487

14. ### Mike HugheySuper ModeratorStaff Member

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Jun 7, 2007
Indianapolis
WCA:
2007HUGH01
MikeHughey1
I'm sorry; your results simply do not seem trustworthy. It only seems fair to those here with spectacular legitimate results that we do not allow the competition to be polluted by what seems to be obviously untrustworthy results. We have backed up your results, and we intend to remove them on Saturday, assuming there is no evidence to prove we should not. If evidence ever turns up to show that these were legitimate results, we will restore them from the backup.

For anyone who has faked results, please note that this community has proven itself to be very forgiving to those who come clean. There are at least two examples of very famous cubers I can think of who have faked results at some point in their careers, have admitted their mistake, and now are highly respected members of the community. On the other hand, there are other examples of (in)famous cubers who faked results, refused to ever admit it, and are now held in very low regard by most of the cubing community. So please, if you have made false claims, admit your mistake.

15. ### Arya VasaMember

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Oct 10, 2017
this is comedic

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16. ### MatsBergstenPremium Member

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Jul 11, 2008
Bergshamra, Sweden
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as is your 2bld . If you think 2:34 is a slow time at 2bld, what do you think of
your second solve which took a lot more than half an hour ?

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Malldova
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roasted

18. ### JacckMember

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Jan 26, 2016
South-Germany
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I just think, that Mike and Mats spend so much time every week for us, so that we have a really fantastic competition, that there shouldn't be any question for anyone here about faking or competing!

19. ### TheCoolMinxerMember

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Dec 21, 2014
Bremen, Germany
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2014GERB01