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    Accomplishment Thread

    1:46.89 6x6 mean (6th in the world) today at Guildford Open :) Yau5, homemade magnetic Yuxin Red with 5x5 springs Also a 2:42.65 7x7 single and 2:46.40 mean
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    [WR] 48.85 5x5 Average - Feliks Zemdegs

    In this case I just happened to remember that it had been done before, but you can always download the database export and play around with it in Excel (or SQL) if you want to figure out or verify a statistic.
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    Crawley Open 2017 (UK) - 3-4 June

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    Accomplishment Thread

    1:39.36 official 6x6 single (using Yau5 of course) at Crawley Open 2017, overall PB and 5th in the world :)
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    [WR] 5.23 Clock Average - Tairan Zhong (钟泰然)

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    [WR] 5.23 Clock Average - Tairan Zhong (钟泰然)

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    [WR] 5.23 Clock Average - Tairan Zhong (钟泰然)

    https://cubingchina.com/live/Zhuhai-Open-2017#!/event/clock/d/all Congrats! Very happy for him, especially because he emailed me for tips in 2015 shortly after I got my 5.94 average in China. He also got a 5.34 average in the finals, 0.01 off former WR.
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    Crawley Open 2017 (UK) - 3-4 June

    The (light/dark) blue plastic panels on either side of the corner clock are easily removed (if you haven't glued them down yet). There's a small notch on the back of those panels that fixes their orientation relative to the black part of the corner - cut that off with a knife, then super glue...
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    [Unofficial] 2:35.48 7x7 single (Yau5)

    Thanks! This solve had ~1:42 cross+centers, and I had a different solve with ~40 L8E+3x3 finish; while simply adding the two is a tad optimistic, it does show that 2:20s are theoretically possible. :) Yes, it is a Yuxin - they sent me this one to test a few months ago. I'm not sure why they...
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    [Unofficial] 2:35.48 7x7 single (Yau5)

    Thanks for the reminder, and sorry. :P
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    [Unofficial] 2:35.48 7x7 single (Yau5)

    Thanks! Nah, the method is called Yau5 because it was originally developed and used for 5x5; since I am using the same method without changing any steps or their order, I am still using "Yau5", just on a 7x7. :D It's just how my finger tricks developed when using bad cubes back in the day. I am...
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