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6x6+ Blindfolded Rankings Thread

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6x6x6 blindfolded ranking

#

Name

Time [memo]

Links

Country

1

Graham Siggins

7:17.99 [3:24.00]

video, post

United States

2

Tom Nelson

8:20.88 [3:49.40]

video

New Zealand

3

Cale Schoon

8:38.58 [3:59.00]

video, post

United States

4

Stanley Chapel

9:15.80 [5:24.40]

post

United States

5

Roman Strakhov

11:23.25 [4:52.56]

video

Russia

6

William Phommaha

12:14.81 [5:40.64]

post

France

7

Enoch Gray

12:37.89 [6:06.00]

video, post

United States

8

Oliver Frost

14:23.32 [6:59.00]

video

United Kingdom

9

Victor Tang Yao Jun

15:59.99 [6:48.69]

post

Hong Kong

10

Gregory Alekseev

16:06.72 [8:42.00]

video, post

Russia

11

Tommy Cherry

16:18.99 [9:54.64]

post

United States

12

Yuki Yamamoto

17:47.16 [10:02.00]

video, post

Japan

13

Oleg Gritsenko

20:31.93 [9:28.06]

video

Russia

14

Mike Hughey

21:00.83 [12:13.82]

post

United States

15

Jakob Kogler

22:23.73 [9:58.00]

video

Austria

16

Callum Hales-Jepp

22:35.73 [9:20.00]

video

United Kingdom

17

Rodson Lingad

24:04.66 [13:23.96]

post

Philippines

18

Robin Michaud

24:37.78 [9:49.71]

video

France

19

Grzegorz Jałocha

24:47.34 [12:18.00]

video

Poland

20

Abhijeet Ghodgaonkar

25:24.06 [15:09.00]

video

India

21

Mats Bergsten

25:58.99 [16:05.00]

post

Sweden

22

Chris Hardwick

26:21.40 [15:50.00]

-

United States

23

Witali Bułatow

27:41.57 [12:14.03]

video

Poland

24

Nevins Chan Pak Hoong

27:52.67 [16:58.43]

post

Malaysia

25

Bryson Azzopardi

28:02.00 [17:40.00]

post

Australia

26

Hanns Hub

29:48.42 [16:10.26]

post

Germany

27

Harry Savage

31:37.10 [19:44.48]

video, post

United Kingdom

28

Matthew Sheerin

32:06.17 [19:04.38]

-

United Kingdom

29

Nikita Ovsyannikov

33:12.01 [17:30.17]

post

Russia

30

Justin Kelm

33:19.11 [17:40.29]

-

United States

31

Evan Brown

33:23.56 [20:16.00]

-

United States

32

Ben Ridley

33:40.11 [15:36.83]

video, post

United Kingdom

33

Kevin Matthews

37:16.43 [19:30.00]

video, post

Canada

34

Oliver Wheat

38:13.74 [21:18.67]

video, post

United Kingdom

35

Shantanu Modak

39:22.00

post

Singapore

36

Daniel Sheppard

39:42.06 [19:42.69]

-

United Kingdom

37

Qirun Zhong

40:33.46 [24:00.00]

video

China

38

Janne Lehtimäki

42:01.04 [21:25.11]

-

Finland

39

Carter Kucala

44:08.00 [30:02.00]

video, post

United States

40

Shivam Bansal

46:59.01 [28:40.00]

post

India

41

Sydney Weaver

48:01.52 [24:54.00]

video

United States

42

Dennis Strehlau

49:33.00 [30:00.00]

video

Germany

43

Brandon Mikel

49:59.66 [22:13.00]

video

United States

44

Corey Sakowski

50:36.93 [28:00.00]

-

United States

45

Raymond Goslow

56:31.30

-

United States

46

Nick Vu

1:04:05.43

-

United States

47

Yikang Xie

1:05:59.38 [32:31.00]

video, post

China

48

Dan Sarnelli

1:10:14.06 [47:54.00]

video

United States

49

Brock Hamann

1:11:11.98 [50:50.00]

video

Australia

50

James Molloy

1:12:54.00

-

United Kingdom

51

Alex Boyle

1:14:17.00 [37:28.00]

video, post

Australia

52

Wilfrid Py

1:24:00.00 [44:00.00]

post

France

53

Gianluca Placenti

1:27:51.95

video

Italy

54

Cyril Barigand

1:35:07.00 [1:13:50.00]

-

Belgium

55

Sean Hartman

1:35:26.59 [1:11:46.00]

video, post

United States

56

Emanuel Rheinert

1:40:00.00 [1:10:00.00]

-

Germany

57

Bill Hammill

1:56:45.00 [1:26.00]

video, post

United Kingdom

58

Michael Azarenko

2:10:00.00 [1:14:00.00]

video

Russia

59

Istvan Kocza

2:26:19.00 [1:45:48.00]

-

Hungary

60

Marcio Souza

Unknown

video

Brazil

60

Phil Elliott Jr.

Unknown

video

United States



7x7x7 blindfolded ranking

#

Name

Time [memo]

Links

Country

1

Graham Siggins

13:21.82 [6:56.96]

video, post

United States

2

Tom Nelson

14:59.74 [6:52.16]

video

New Zealand

3

Roman Strakhov

15:36.53 [7:05.15]

video, post

Russia

4

Cale Schoon

19:00.36 [10:20.00]

video, post

United States

5

Enoch Gray

19:28.69 [10:27.00]

video, post

United States

6

William Phommaha

31:00.08 [14:17.81]

post

France

7

Arrik Leman

31:12.40 [14:37.58]

-

United States

8

Oleg Gritsenko

32:53.42 [17:32.00]

video

Russia

9

Oliver Frost

33:29.08 [17:36.00]

video

United Kingdom

10

Mike Hughey

33:42.81 [18:35.64]

post

United States

11

Yuki Yamamoto

34:05.57

post

Japan

12

Gregory Alekseev

35:02.73 [19:34.31]

video, post

Russia

13

Rodson Lingad

43:14.41 [25:54.43]

post

Philippines

14

Victor Tang Yao Jun

43:59.00 [18:40.00]

video, post

Hong Kong

15

Abhijeet Ghodgaonkar

45:32.76 [25:50.00]

video

India

16

Ville Seppanen

46:16.27 [20:19.78]

-

Finland

17

Mats Bergsten

50:37.00 [31:06.00]

post

Sweden

18

Hanns Hub

50:51.22 [27:22.27]

video, post

Germany

19

Nevins Chan Pak Hoong

53:28.67 [30:00.90]

post

Malaysia

20

Phil Elliott Jr.

54:00.00 [28:00.00]

video

United States

20

Matteo Chancerel

54:00.00 [26:00.00]

post

France

22

Chris Hardwick

1:00:14.63 [33:00.00]

-

United States

23

Kevin Matthews

1:00:39.50 [30:44.00]

video, post

Canada

24

Daniel Sheppard

1:01:29.00

-

United Kingdom

25

Yikang Xie

1:03:36.00 [29:50.00]

post

China

26

Liliya Kamaltdinova

1:05:59.14 [42:43.21]

video

Russia

27

Brandon Mikel

1:06:53.75 [35:45.00]

video

United States

28

Witali Bułatow

1:12:10.05 [35:38.67]

video

Poland

29

Michael Azarenko

1:29:30.00 [47:20.00]

video

Russia

30

Andrey Ivanov

1:31:16.66 [40:00.00]

-

Russia

31

Alex Boyle

1:34:53.00 [45:58.00]

video, post

Australia

32

Jae Hyun Jeong

1:45:25.00 [58:41.00]

video, post

Korea, Republic of

33

Evan Brown

1:54:17.80 [1:14:32.65]

video

United States

34

Bryson Azzopardi

2:26:01.00

video

Australia

35

Zane Carney

2:46:40.00 [1:35:00.00]

-

Australia

36

Lucas Wesche

2:54:00.00 [2:00:00.00]

-

Germany

37

Wilfrid Py

3:11:15.00 [1:36:00.00]

video, post

France

38

Istvan Kocza

3:43:39.00 [2:30:28.00]

-

Hungary

39

Linus Engberg

5:38:00.00 [5:00:00.00]

video

Sweden

40

Jan Bentlage

48:40:00.00 [48:00:00.00]

-

Germany

41

Ben Whitmore

240:56:43.92 [240:00:00.00]

video

United Kingdom

42

Dan Sarnelli

Unknown

video

United States

42

Marcio Souza

Unknown

video

Brazil



8x8x8 blindfolded ranking

#

Name

Time [memo]

Links

Country

1

Graham Siggins

31:51.31 [14:55.78]

video, post

United States

2

Cale Schoon

38:15.75 [19:36.00]

video, post

United States

3

Enoch Gray

45:08.16 [19:08.00]

video, post

United States

4

Roman Strakhov

52:29.24 [24:27.00]

video

Russia

5

Mike Hughey

1:17:38.25 [40:10.00]

video

United States

6

Michael Azarenko

1:33:05.00 [44:10.00]

video

Russia

7

Oleg Gritsenko

2:08:51.00 [59:22.00]

video

Russia

8

Wilfrid Py

5:15:30.00 [2:37:20.00]

video, post

France



9x9x9 blindfolded ranking

#

Name

Time [memo]

Links

Country

1

Enoch Gray

1:02:07.04 [31:03.00]

video, post

United States

2

Graham Siggins

1:06:22.66 [30:22.94]

video, post

United States

3

Cale Schoon

1:19:46.66 [37:02.00]

video, post

United States

4

Roman Strakhov

1:45:19.61 [51:28.62]

video, post

Russia

5

Michael Azarenko

2:10:19.00 [1:14:47.00]

video, post

Russia

6

Matteo Chancerel

2:41:00.00 [1:24:00.00]

video, post

France



Megaminx blindfolded ranking

#

Name

Time [memo]

Links

Country

1

Enoch Gray

7:22.31 [3:23.00]

video, post

United States

2

Hanns Hub

13:55.95 [6:30.00]

video, post

Germany

3

Liliya Kamaltdinova

16:17.01 [8:55.18]

video, post

Russia

4

Matthew Sheerin

17:50.07 [10:29.13]

video

United Kingdom

5

Istvan Kocza

22:45.96 [12:38.00]

-

Hungary

6

Mike Hughey

24:20.70 [12:35.00]

-

United States

7

Ryosuke Mondo

24:38.56 [16:00.00]

video

Japan

8

Tommy Cherry

29:59.21 [14:50.11]

video, post

United States

9

Emma Cadet

36:15.24 [17:12.74]

post

France

10

Grzegorz Jałocha

36:37.62 [18:08.00]

video

Poland

11

Mats Bergsten

44:15.60 [28:18.00]

video

Sweden

12

Roman Strakhov

45:29.81 [24:52.62]

video, post

Russia

13

Ahmed Hesham

53:12.44 [28:21.14]

-

Egypt

14

Yikang Xie

53:43.00 [21:00.00]

video, post

China

15

Arrik Leman

54:51.29 [33:00.00]

-

United States

16

Christopher Brownlee

1:02:28.01

-

United States

17

James Storey

1:21:24.54 [41:29.43]

video, post

Canada

18

Dan Sarnelli

1:30:00.32 [56:20.00]

video

United States

19

Stefan Pochmann

5:13:00.00

-

Germany



Hardcore BLD Rankings

Event

Name

Time [memo]

Links

Country

11x11x11 blindfolded

Enoch Gray

2:35:45.57 [1:13:45.00]

video, post

United States

Kilominx-Gigaminx relay

Enoch Gray

2:37:58.15 [1:28:30.00]

video, post

United States

10x10x10 blindfolded

Enoch Gray

1:32:28.89 [44:50.00]

video, post

United States

gigaminx

Enoch Gray

1:09:48.42 [36:15.00]

video, post

United States

gigaminx

Hanns Hub

7:35:00.00 [6:03:21.00]

video, post

Germany

2-8 relay

Cale Schoon

2:20:16.00

video, post

United States

square-1 MBLD 10/10

Mike Hughey

1:30:24.54 [54:12.00]

video, post

United States

master kilominx

Enoch Gray

46:15.65 [23:43.00]

video, post

United States

master kilominx

Hanns Hub

2:13:21.50 [1:20:55.00]

video, post

Germany

2-7 relay

Graham Siggins

40:29.61 [26:29.68]

video, post

United States

2-7 relay

Cale Schoon

51:43.49 [30:43.00]

video, post

United States

2-7 relay

Enoch Gray

57:11.28 [31:53.00]

video, post

United States

2-7 relay

Yuki Yamamoto

1:32:27.47 [53:24.00]

video, post

Japan

2-7 relay

Roman Strakhov

2:26:01.99 [1:50:00.00]

video, post

Russia

Mini Guildford

Enoch Gray

54:58.28 [32:16.00]

video, post

United States

pyraminx crystal

Enoch Gray

18:47.50 [6:58.00]

video, post

United States

pyraminx crystal

Hanns Hub

28:42.95 [12:05.00]

video, post

Germany

pyraminx crystal

Istvan Kocza

39:42.19 [19:24.00]

post

Hungary

pyraminx crystal

Yikang Xie

57:03.01 [17:07.00]

video, post

China

 
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Joined
Apr 23, 2010
Messages
1,390
Likes
149
Location
Scotland, UK
WCA
2009SHEE01
YouTube
bobthegiraffemonkey
#14
must do 7BLD...must do 7BLD...
You can borrow one at a comp and try? I have a spare white V7 you can borrow at Cambridge and give back to me next time we meet, a black SS8 if you want to try 8BLD, and a black SS7 you can borrow for the weekend.

Once exams finish (my last one is tomorrow) I'll be trying to get my name on these lists.
 

cmhardw

Premium Member
Joined
Apr 5, 2006
Messages
4,106
Likes
134
Location
Atlanta, Georgia
WCA
2003HARD01
#16
I can't wait for Roman Strakhov to finally do the 9BLD, he's damn close.
I am also very excited for this! Is Mike attempting this also? I remember a debate about this a while ago (knockoffs and such) and I don't know the current status of this as I've been out of the loop for a while. Hopefully I'm not sparking up a flame war in this thread, I'm just curious.
 

Cubenovice

Forever Slow
Joined
Feb 6, 2010
Messages
2,283
Likes
6
Location
Vlaams-Brabant (Belgium)
#17
This thread makes me want to try 6BLD.

I bought it quite some time ago (with 4x4 and 5x5) especially for BLD solving but have never used it.
Just tried some center comms on it and I learned this will be a huge endeavour.

I think it will take a while before I get used to all these different types of centers. Just trying to spot where they need to go makes my brain hurt.

Challenge accepted :)
 
Joined
Feb 3, 2011
Messages
790
Likes
5
Location
Austria
WCA
2011KOGL01
YouTube
JakubeBLD
#20
Why don't they make 6,7,8,9 BLD official events?
Look at the list! There are around 20 people in the world, who solved a 6x6x6 blindfolded. It doesn't make sence to add a new event, if there are this less competitors.
Other reasons: the solves take much longer than any other events and the success rates are terrible.

edit: ninja'd
 
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