Lets make sure we don't detract from this momentous achievement. Remember how humble Faz is- he'll be the last person saying those sorts of things. This is Mats' moment. It is great for all of us though isn't it? Now I'm another 11 hundredths of a second off the pace!Faz Would have done a sub 5 on that solve^^....
Maybe, but he was solved at 5.3 or so (maybe even less). The remaining time is due to timer lag and the time to actually let go of the cube and stop the timer. And don't forget he also had to recognize the OLL skip, recognize which PLL it was, and do the AUF at the end. It's easy to sit there and say this solve could be done faster, but I think it's very fast and deserving of the WRAt 3.53 he already skipped OLL^^....
You're saying that movecount is the only thing that dictates how good a method is. This is incorrect.why so condescending? care to give a reason for belittling my opinion? all methods have a point where they bottom out and it improvement becomes almost non-existent. the bottom out point would obviously be lower for a method with less moves. this solve only needed one last layer alg, imagine if all solves were like this.
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