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[Unofficial] 24.47 Double Parity 4x4 Single (Not counting as PB)

yoshinator

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[video=youtube_share;mtbs9hqWRRM]http://youtu.be/mtbs9hqWRRM[/video]

This doesn't count as PB, as somebody on Speedsolving forums PMed me the scramble, and so I knew it was going to be easy.

D' L R2 D' B2 L2 R2 F2 L2 Uw' B L2 R2 Uw2 D2 R F' B' Uw R' F' B U L Rw2 U' F2 B' R' F L U F2 Rw2 R B2 R2 F R' D2

Can somebody reconstruct?

Also, thanks for 500 subscribers!
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Lol I hit 45 seconds with this, my very lucky PB before this wasnt even close to sub 50 :p I wouldnt count this as my PB either. Well done nonetheless!

The scramble gives F2C skipped and 2 cross edges skipped with the third one being very easy.

My 45 sec scramble was F2C skipped, 2 cross edges skipped, very easy third cross edge, one fixing move and rest of the centers were already lines, 3 edges solves after last cross edge pair placed (if I remember right), one F2L pair fully made on top layer after edgepairing, no OLL parity + an OLL case that I knew :p

If someone actually fast managed to intuitively get to edgepairing the same way as I (I did not pay any attention to it, I might be able to reproduce), I see a sub 20 being possible.
 
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rowehessler

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This is incredible. from the video it looks like its a center skip and two edges? can't really tell. I'll try this tomorrow and I'll film it as well. Will most likely fail, seeing as my cube is terrible. is this your fastest solve ever? regardless of whether you count it? What is your best aside from this? I thought my 27.xx DP was impressive :p. Also, i noticed you were at worlds, its a shame we didn't race!
 

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This is incredible. from the video it looks like its a center skip and two edges? can't really tell. I'll try this tomorrow and I'll film it as well. Will most likely fail, seeing as my cube is terrible. is this your fastest solve ever? regardless of whether you count it? What is your best aside from this? I thought my 27.xx DP was impressive :p. Also, i noticed you were at worlds, its a shame we didn't race!
3/4 move F2C and cross edges.
I only have 3 sub-30s other than this, and no sub-29s (despite having a sub-35 avg50 :fp)
I remember trying your 4x4, thinking that it was going to be super amazing (based on how you turned it in some of your videos), and it only being okay.
Good luck on the scramble!
 

rowehessler

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3/4 move F2C and cross edges.
I only have 3 sub-30s other than this, and no sub-29s (despite having a sub-35 avg50 :fp)
I remember trying your 4x4, thinking that it was going to be super amazing (based on how you turned it in some of your videos), and it only being okay.
Good luck on the scramble!
it was absolutely amazing about a year ago, but i have had it for over two years and I have probably done like 100,000 solves on it by this point. so its insanely loose now. Too lazy to tighten it, but that would probably make it better i guess. But yeah thats crazy, can't wait to try the scramble tomorrow and hopefully do the centers/edges differently in order to not get parity ;)
 

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Jacob Hutnyk - 24.47 4x4 single (unofficial)

[youtubehd]mtbs9hqWRRM[/youtubehd]
z2 D' L R2 D' B2 L2 R2 F2 L2 u' B L2 R2 u2 D2 R F' B' u R' F' B U L r2 U' F2 B' R' F L U F2 r2 R B2 R2 F R' D2

z // inspection
// 1st 2 centres skip
// 3 cross dedges
3R' U F' x L2 // WB / WG / WO
// last 4 centres
3r r2 U' r2' // blue // OB
U' 3R U2 3r' U r2 U2' r' // orange / GO
U 3r' U r U2 r' // green / red / RB
// finish cross
l U R U' r' // WR
L' U L (y' x') // cross
// finish edges
U R U' R2' U' R u' // GR // YR
y U' R U' R' // YG
y2' U2 R' U' R u // YO / YB
// 3x3x3
U' R U2 R' U' F U' F' // wGO
R U2 R' 3d' R' U' R // wGR
y' R U' R' U' R' U' R // wRB
y' R' U R U' R' U R // wOB
U r2 B2 r' U2 r' U2' x' U2 r' U2' r U2 r' U2' r2 U2' x // O-parity
U2 R U R' U R U2 R' // OLL
2R2 U2 2R2 u2 2R2 u2 // P-parity
U2' R U R' F' R U R' U' R' F R2 U' R' U' // PLL
View at alg.garron.us
Code:
[B]Step	Time	STM	stps	ETM	etps[/b]
[COLOR="red"]Total	24.47	121	4.94	139	5.68	[/COLOR]	[B][SIZE="4"]%[/SIZE]
							Step		Time	STM	ETM[/B]
Step 1	skip						Step 1/Redux	0.0%	0.0%	0.0%
Step 2	1.29	4	3.10	6	4.65		Step 2/Redux	13.4%	8.3%	10.3%
Step 3	3.73	20	5.36	23	6.17		Step 3/Redux	38.7%	41.7%	39.7%
Step 4	1.74	8	4.60	9	5.17		Step 4/Redux	18.1%	16.7%	15.5%
Step 5	2.87	16	5.57	20	6.97		Step 5/Redux	29.8%	33.3%	34.5%
[COLOR="blue"]Redux	9.63	48	4.98	58	6.02	[/COLOR]	[COLOR="blue"]Redux/Total	39.4%	39.7%	41.7%[/COLOR]

F2L	5.50	31	5.64	33	6.00		F2L/3x3		37.1%	42.5%	40.7%
LL	9.34	42	4.50	48	5.14		LL/3x3		62.9%	57.5%	59.3%
[COLOR="blue"]3x3x3	14.84	73	4.92	81	5.46	[/COLOR]	[COLOR="blue"]3x3x3/Total	60.6%	60.3%	58.3%[/COLOR]
z2 D' L R2 D' B2 L2 R2 F2 L2 u' B L2 R2 u2 D2 R F' B' u R' F' B U L r2 U' F2 B' R' F L U F2 r2 R B2 R2 F R' D2

z // inspection
// 1st 2 centres skip
// 3 cross dedges
3r' r U F' x L2 // WB / WG / WO
// last 4 centres
3r r2 U' r2' // blue // OB
U' r r2' 3r U2 r 3r' r' U r2 U' U' r' // orange / GO
U 3r' U r U2 r' // green / red / RB
// finish cross
l U R U' r' // WR
L' U L (y' x') // cross
// finish edges
U R U' R2' U' R u' // GR // YR
y U' R U' R' // YG
y' U y' U R' U' R u // YO / YB
// 3x3x3
U' R U2 R' U' F U' F' // wGO
U U' R U2 R' 3d' R' U' R // wGR
y' R U' R' U' R' U' R // wRB
y' R' U R U' R' U R // wOB
U (r l) U2 l' U2 r' U2' x' U2 r' U2' r U2 r' U2' r2 U2' x // O-parity
U2 R U R' U R U2 R' // OLL
U U' r 2R R' U2 r 2R R' u2 r 2R R' u2 // P-parity
U' U' R U R' F' R U R' U' R' F R U' U R U' R' U' // PLL
View at alg.garron.us
 
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