It should be a cube when you execute these. Usually this is last step and all of these are the same algorithm just translated for easy use.
UL <-> UB
DR <-> DB
UR <-> UB
DR <-> DB
UR <-> UF
DL <-> DF
UL <-> UF
On another note, if you are someone who picks up random puzzles and starts using them, please stop. Yes you know how puzzles work but far too often do I see puzzles being turned improperly and then suddenly pop and pieces are easy to lose. I do realize this is not always the case because it's a...
I don't believe we found any cubes leftover at the venue so they were likely taken by some meddling children that don't know how to act like reasonable people. I'm sorry to hear that you lost cubes at our competition and hope the best for you finding them.
This competition is 4 months away. I wouldn't worry about people asking for a schedule change now. Websites are made to be changed and schedules aren't usually set in stone until about 5 days before the competition anyway. What if you get 100 people? Obviously the schedule is going to have to...
The only reason I would advise Clock over 6x6 is that people suck at 6x6 and nobody makes cutoffs. Clock is a much more fun event and way less of a hassle to organize scramblers and judges. Would you like to sit and judge a bunch of 10 minutes 6x6 solves so that kids can get a time in their WCA...
There was one in Iowa about a month and half ago. You missed out on that I guess. Iowa has a small chance of happening again at the same venue but that won't be until next year if it's me delegating it
The way it works is, if your first attempt is less than 30 minutes you get a second attempt. Then if your first 2 attempts are less than 20 minutes each (40 minutes for both) you get a third attempt. Kit can correct me if he is doing it differently but that is how we set it up at Iowa.