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[Unofficial] 10.89 3x3 OH avg of 5 (UWR)

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Hershey

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I use to think Michal Plescowicz was fast, but now, dude you will get WR if you don't mess up in competition.

To everyone, trust me. I have seen him solve on TTW.
 
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Andrew will you make a tutorial for your multi slotting recognition?
 

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i will whenever i find the recognition trick im looking for... im trying to establish one rule that is so stupily easy that it makes multislotting almost as easy as regular f2l, but for now i just use intuition and a few memorized cases
 
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i will whenever i find the recognition trick im looking for... im trying to establish one rule that is so stupily easy that it makes multislotting almost as easy as regular f2l
The "Theory of Everything" of Fridrich F2L?
 

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I would like to see those scrambles as well, it looked like the 7 had a very, very short double xcross. Lots of pre-made blocks are handy lol.
 

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sadly, i do not have the scrambles :(, i will put up another avg soon and try to remember the scrambles. Yes the 7 was very easy, it had a 5 move x cross... also i think the 8 had a forced oll skip
 
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