# [WR]4x4 Average 35.52 Giovanni Contardi

#### Rubiks560

##### Nub

Congrats to Giovanni!

<3

#### jrb

##### Member
Nice job! Dan Cohen must be disappointed.....

#### rowehessler

##### Member
pretty lucky on parities haha. But still this is awesome. Its nice to see people challenging feliks. Does anyone know how giovanni's 3x3 times were?

#### Escher

##### Babby
Really incredible O_O

#### aaronb

##### Member
Great job, and so soon, after Dan's WR average!

#### RNewms27

##### Member
With the Headset and the Headband I thought this was going to be blind... Despite the 35.52 in the title.

Also liking the cube toss at the last solve.

#### Thunderbolt

##### Member
Congratz.
That was funny when he threw up the cube so high at last solve
I think he uses 2-pairing.

#### iEnjoyCubing

##### Member
Amazing job, loved the little throw on the last solve

#### That70sShowDude

##### Member
Giovanni is so awesome.

Sucks for Dan though, lmao. His record was on the WCA page for literally a day, before it was broken again.

#### Sillas

##### Member
Great. Incredible.

Now, Feliks went to No. 3.

#### Branca

##### Member
Does anyone know how giovanni's 3x3 times were?
First (8,47) 8,55 9,41 (9,66) 8,97 = 8.98
Second 9,80 9,03 8,56 (9,91) (8,36) = 9.13
Final 9,50 10,36 (11,02) (8,75) 8,97 = 9.61

He uses 3-2-2-2-3, right?
Kinda, but his 444 method is not so common. Sure, he uses 3-2-2-2-etc but I think the way how he hold the cube and how he organizes the empty slots are unique.

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#### MTGjumper

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First (8,47) 8,55 9,41 (9,66) 8,97 = 8.98
Second 9,80 9,03 8,56 (9,91) (8,36) = 9.13
Final 9,50 10,36 (11,02) (8,75) 8,97 = 9.61
11 sub-10s in a row is pretty nice

Congrats!

#### cityzach

##### Member
literally beat dan by 2 hundreths of a second. good job giovanni!

#### James Cavanauh

##### Member
35.80, 35.54, 35.52 that is painfully close. sorry dan...

#### AustinReed

##### Member
pretty lucky on parities haha. But still this is awesome. Its nice to see people challenging feliks. Does anyone know how giovanni's 3x3 times were?
I was thinking the exact same thing abOut the parities. Amazing job though! I love the turning style.