Switzerland wishes all of you a happy new year 2018 !
Thus, we'd like to share with everyone the best cubing moments of 2017 for our country :
Reto Bubendorf on behalf of the Swisscubing board
D F' R L B R F' L2 D' B D2 F2 U' B2 U B2 U2 R2 D R2
y L U' L F' U' R U2 y R' F R // Xcross
y' D R U' R' D' // 2. Pair
y' R U R' y' U R U' R' // 3. Pair
U2 y R' F R F' // 4. Pair
R' U' R U' R' U2 R U' // LL
Swiss Open 2017 will take place in Sursee, Switzerland, from July 21-23, 2017.
Details on the event page:
Registration will open on 1st of March 2017, until 1st of July 2017 or when we reach an 250-competitor limit, whichever...
As said in the title, this tutorial is in Swiss German. I bet most of you haven't heard someone speaking it yet.
(here's some infos about it if you'd like to see more of it : http://www.eldrid.ch/swgerman.htm)
But in order to make it comprehensible for most of you, I've added en english...
I'm a bit disappointed for the 2.6 because it was by far the easiest scramble I ever got at competition ...
and it made up the difference between 2nd and 3rd place, event though sub2 wouldn't have been to hard.
As well for the 6.41, the scramble was ok but I messed up somehow.