Actually, in a way I'm kind of right, because if the last solve had been 1.44 instead of 1.54, it would have been a 1.2 flat average. With 1.45 seconds as the last solve, it's a 1.2033333... and that would have been a WR either way.
2 + 2 is 4, minus 1 is 3, Quick Maths
Nice! I'm kind of the same way with practicing, but I've been cubing for less time (coming up on 2 1/2 years in 7 days), so I average about 27 seconds. I give you a warm welcome to speedsolving.com! :D
Wait, he had a Clock NR way back when? Wow!
Anyway, congratulations on being the world's best 3x3 solver and 3rd best overall speed cuber! Keep up with the F2L After Zeroing method!
LOL jk about the zeroing ( :3 chef
Nice! I've been personally practicing on 2x2 lately, but mine popped this morning, so the internal center won't get back on. Unfortunately, it was already having issues with turning and tensioning, and it was very catchy . Any recommendations for good budget 2x2s?
By the way, what's your best...
I'm not quite sure what you mean, but here are all the alternative PBL algs I use:
T Perm: (R' F R F') (R U2 R') U (R U2 R')- 11 moves
Y Perm: (R U' R' U') (F2 U') (R U R' U F2)- 11 moves
Y on both layers: R2 F2 R2- 3 moves
T on both layers: R2 U' (F2 U2 R2) U' F2-7 moves, but it rotates the...
Last person's pyraminx single is worse than the objectively worst cuber in my town's single (2019MOYE02).
2019MOYE01 (6.33 Kinch)
2019BRUC01 (2.63 Kinch) - Me
2019MOYE02 (1.38 Kinch)
Disclaimer: This information valid as of September 8, 2019. Information subject to change.
A very inefficient method for big cubes (not sure if you could accurately determine average move count, but it would be very inefficient):
LBL (based on a tutorial I actually saw once)
1: Solve the yellow center (pfft, who needs to be CN, even if you have an easy white face) one piece at a time...