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[Unofficial] 34.07 4x4 single and reconstruction video

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[video=youtube_share;Am9VfETDJRA]http://youtu.be/Am9VfETDJRA[/video]

R Uw2 B Rw R2 U Rw' B D2 Rw' R2 Uw Rw R' B' Rw B' U2 Rw D' B Rw' U D Rw2 Uw Rw2 U2 L Rw' F2 R B' Rw B2 D2 Rw2 R Uw F'

As I said in the video, this beat a long-standing (a couple of months) PB by more than 3 seconds. It also beats the Canadian national record by more than 2. It also had a G-perm. On the other hand, it was admittedly a pretty easy solve.

Reconstruction:
http://www.speedsolving.com/forum/showthread.php?40451-34-07-4x4-single-and-reconstruction-video&p=824096&viewfull=1#post824096

Thanks for watching guys!
Video reconstruction

Written reconstruction
 
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NEWB ALERT

I see you solve it like the 3x3 (CFOP) instead of the usual centers, edges, etc. What method is that, Yau?
Exactly! It's not really a different method in that you are still Reducing the cube into a 3x3, but here are the steps.
2 Opposite centers
3 Cross edges around one of the centers (for example I do white and yellow centers, so I solve 3 white edges and put them in correctly relative to eachother)
Last 4 centers (obviously preserving the cross edges)
Last cross edge pair+place (Now you have centers+cross done)
Last 8 edges (edge pairing)
F2L
OLL
PLL

Cyoubx has an excellent tutorial on his channel.
 

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Dang, that's awesome! Congratz :) My PB is like 37.. So I can't wait for my first sub-35!
My PB was also 37 until this, all it takes is a really good solve with no parity.
Also, I've had 3 (maybe 2) solves where redux+f2l was actually faster than in this one. They both had double parity. Awesome.

Also: the video's uploading. I'll edit this post with the video once it's up. (125 minutes, so it'll be a while).
 
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Here's the video reconstruction:

[video=youtube_share;jfKRZv2vlsg]http://youtu.be/jfKRZv2vlsg[/video]

This is a reconstruction of a recent 4x4 PB I got on camera. I will likely be making more 4x4 walkthroughs in the future. Thanks for watching!

Brests amazingness:

http://www.speedsolving.com/forum/showthread.php?40451-34-07-4x4-single-and-reconstruction-video&p=824096&viewfull=1#post824096
Thanks guys!

Also, if a mod could change the title of the thread to "4x4- 34.07 single + Reconstruction" and merge this post into the first one (at the beginning of the thread) that would be excellent. Thanks =)
 
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Nice reconstruction! I think it may have helped me a little bit. And nice three edges skip. That's the kind of thing that keeps me using Yau =P.
 

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when you were done with centers and started edgepairing, i dropped the gummy bear i was about to eat as well as my jaw and stayed in the position, with raised hand, until you were finished with the solve. nice job.


PS: "excellent." :p
 

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Jacob Hutnyk - 34.07 4x4 Yau single (unofficial)

[youtubehd]Am9VfETDJRA[/youtubehd]
R u2 B r R2 U r' B D2 r' R2 u r R' B' r B' U2 r D' B r' U D r2 u r2 U2 L r' F2 R B' r B2 D2 r2 R u F'

1st 2 centres / 3 cross dedges
F u' x' U l' // white
R 2U r U2 r' // yellow
(y z) r F' // WG
3r U' // WR
x' R2 U' r2 U' L // WB
last 4 centres / finish cross
3r U2 r U r // blue (YO)
U 3R2 U' 3R2 // orange
U 3R U' r U 3R' U2 r' // green / red (YR / GR)
3r2' U' r' U' R U r U z' // cross
finish edges
y2 U R U' R' 2U' // YB
R U' R' 2U // RB
R U' R' u' // OB
y' U' R' U' R u // YG / GO
3x3x3
U R U2 R' y' U R' U' R // wRG
y' U2' R U R' // wOB
y U' R U' R' U' L U L' // wGO
U R U2' R' U R' F R F' // wRB
U 3r' U' R U' R' U2 3r// OLL
U R U R' y' R2 3u' R U' R' U R' 3u R2 U2// PLL
View at alg.garron.us
Code:
[B]Step	Time	STM	stps	ETM	etps[/b]
[COLOR="red"]Total	34.07	117	3.43	139	4.08	[/COLOR]	[B][SIZE="4"]%[/SIZE]
							Step		Time	STM	ETM[/B]
Step 1	2.56	9	3.52	11	4.30		Step 1/Redux	12.1%	14.3%	14.1%
Step 2	5.13	9	1.75	11	2.14		Step 2/Redux	24.2%	14.3%	14.1%
Step 3	6.21	18	2.90	22	3.54		Step 3/Redux	29.3%	28.6%	28.2%
Step 4	3.07	8	2.61	10	3.26		Step 4/Redux	14.5%	12.7%	12.8%
Step 5	4.23	19	4.49	24	5.67		Step 5/Redux	20.0%	30.2%	30.8%
[COLOR="blue"]Redux	21.20	63	2.97	78	3.68	[/COLOR]	[COLOR="blue"]Redux/Total	62.2%	53.8%	56.1%[/COLOR]

F2L	6.81	31	4.55	37	5.43		F2L/3x3		52.9%	57.4%	60.7%
LL	6.06	23	3.80	24	3.96		LL/3x3		47.1%	42.6%	39.3%
[COLOR="blue"]3x3x3	12.87	54	4.20	61	4.74	[/COLOR]	[COLOR="blue"]3x3x3/Total	37.8%	46.2%	43.9%[/COLOR]
R u2 B r R2 U r' B D2 r' R2 u r R' B' r B' U2 r D' B r' U D r2 u r2 U2 L r' F2 R B' r B2 D2 r2 R u F'

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