That was fun, finally I got the opportunity to do this:
About 300 feet high. Not that much, but that's the highest I've been so far.
My hands were cold and dry, and it was a long stressful day. Also I didn't wanna drop my Guhong, so the solve was not good or anything, although the handscramble...
So, I finally got a sub 15 average of 5 on cam. Not a very good one, but decent at least. Still a lot of unnecessary moves and problems with looking ahead, especially on the 12.16(Last pair and OLL). On easy solves, where pairs makes themselves while inserting another one for example, looking...
1. I'm not counting my 57.34 anymore because it was ridiculously lucky.
2. I could have used 1look OLL, it'd would have been an easy alg and it would have also gotten me the same PLL. But for some reason, I thought it was a knight case, which I'm not too good at yet so I played it...
For most, this is boring, but I was pretty excited to get this, especially on video. Could have been so much better though :/ (somehow I failed to notice that I was done with F2L)
Consider it a follow up to my Weilong video.
So as I was practising 4x4 like a maniac, I ignored 3x3 and became bad again, basically couldn't get sub 20 anymore.
I already had a bad day overall and a bad avg, so this happened:
Disclaimer: No Laptops were harmed during the making of this video;) I'm usually a calm person, it takes a lot...
The reason I'm making this thread is because there has not been much discussion about Hoya(or not that I'm aware of), both for 4x4 and for 5x5.
Videos about Hoya
Collection of Cross Edge Cases by dbax0999...
This topic has bugged me for quite some time, and here's what I'm talking about:
We've seen a lot of mods being invented that are made to make certain cubes better. Most of the time, as far as I know, they consist of sanding down sharp edges on pieces.
I'm sure most of you know the 48 point...
I apologise if this topic was previously discussed, I couldn't exactly find something regarding this when searching the forums.
Basically, I avg about 25s right now, and wanted to start learning to look ahead, which I never tried before. The other day I became interested in color neutrality...
I'd like to introduce myself to the forum, I finally decided to register :)
My name, as you may have noticed, is Nilsibert(Real name is Nils). I'm 24 Years old and live in Switzerland.
A little bit of cubing history if anyone's interested: I always had rubiks cubes...