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tx789

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That isn't unofficial OcR....... Dene used to average 1:0x.xx apparently and KiwiCuber has a faster avg12 then that. I guess that could be unofficial youtube ocr........

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I have a 1:56.143 mean of 3 on feet. My pb average of 12 is 2:15.978.

I want to compete in all official events. For averages I need Skewb, Clock, BLD, Feet and FMC. For single BLD events, skewb and clock are needed.
 

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Not even close to unofficial OcR, i have a 1:14.xx average of 100 and a 1:03.7x average of 12 (this is with very little practice, im pretty sure if i did practice sub-1 would not be hard)

Edit: Also after watching the video i have two things that make this even further from any record. 1. Hand scramble(that f2l was way too easy) and 2. Stickerless cube
 
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Not even close to unofficial OcR, i have a 1:14.xx average of 100 and a 1:03.7x average of 12 (this is with very little practice, im pretty sure if i did practice sub-1 would not be hard)

Edit: Also after watching the video i have two things that make this even further from any record. 1. Hand scramble(that f2l was way too easy) and 2. Stickerless cube
I searched the internet and found nothing of an Oceanic single better than 1:35.80 and a mean of 2:01.88 so I thought I would try to beat that and I have cos I now have a single of 1:25.20 and a mean of 1:37.13
BTW I solved a Rubik's Cube with my feet for the first time 6 days ago and I consistently get sub 1:40.xx singles

Also what do you mean "hand scramble" do the scramblers in comp scramble with their feet???

And about the stickerless cube, I tried all the cubes I had and that one was the best. I have already ordered it in (white)

If you think you are so fast then make a video! and I'll change my vids title
 
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I searched the internet and found nothing of an Oceanic single better than 1:35.80 and a mean of 2:01.88 so I thought I would try to beat that and I have cos I now have a single of 1:25.20 and a mean of 1:37.13
Also what do you mean "hand scramble" do the scramblers in comp scramble with their feet???

BTW I solved a Rubik's Cube with my feet for the first time 6 days ago and I consistently get sub 1:40.xx singles
Ive posted in the accomplishment thread before but not recently but just saying its UOcR straight away is a rather large leap here. Those times you found are only official ones and so do not reflect peoples averages as well as those who have not competed (myself included).

Hand scramble here refers to the fact that the sequence of moves you applied to the cube in order to scramble it appear to be random spamming of tps as opposed to a computer generated scramble (the typical scrambles used when claiming unofficial records of any kind with the possible exception of 6x6 and 7x7). With your scamble you have a very easy cross with some short inserts for f2l which could be due to the fact it is a hand scramble.

Rapid progression with feet solving is not uncommon as well as when i posted for the first time about it in the accomplishment thread i had never done any before that day and after not many solves already had a sub OcR average of 5 (i know this is not the official format but i prefer it over mean of 3)

Im not claiming that i am the fastest in oceania either by the way as there may be someone i dont know about whos faster, but your solve is not UOcR (ill have to film some feet solves to get the YTUOcR)
 

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Ive posted in the accomplishment thread before but not recently but just saying its UOcR straight away is a rather large leap here. Those times you found are only official ones and so do not reflect peoples averages as well as those who have not competed (myself included).

Hand scramble here refers to the fact that the sequence of moves you applied to the cube in order to scramble it appear to be random spamming of tps as opposed to a computer generated scramble (the typical scrambles used when claiming unofficial records of any kind with the possible exception of 6x6 and 7x7). With your scamble you have a very easy cross with some short inserts for f2l which could be due to the fact it is a hand scramble.

Rapid progression with feet solving is not uncommon as well as when i posted for the first time about it in the accomplishment thread i had never done any before that day and after not many solves already had a sub OcR average of 5 (i know this is not the official format but i prefer it over mean of 3)

Im not claiming that i am the fastest in oceania either by the way as there may be someone i dont know about whos faster, but your solve is not UOcR (ill have to film some feet solves to get the YTUOcR)
OK OK don't get your nickers in a twist.

Btw I just got a 1:11.50 single

EDIT: my times with computer generated scrambles are the same
 
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Today I got skewb sniggle, so all my sniggles are complete again. Also got skewb and 3BLD averages, so that just leaves FMC. Didn't even realize that has an avg!
 

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I've updated the lists for the current events (WCA regulation 2014). Investigated on Apr. 19, 2014.
Welcome!

Platinum member
(all possible fields above "History (Map)": All Single+Average, World Championship Podiums, History of World Records, History of Continental Records)
  1. Henrik Buus Aagaard (Apr 6, 2014)

Gold member
(All Single+Average)
  1. Jan Bentlage (Jan 5, 2014)
  2. Sébastien Auroux (Jan 5, 2014)
  3. Andreas Pohl (Jan 5, 2014)
  4. Nikhil Mande (Jan 12, 2014)
  5. Tomoaki Okayama (Feb 8, 2014)
  6. Yunqi Ouyang (Mar 2, 2014)

Silver member
(All Single)
  1. Brandon Mikel (Jan 4, 2014)
  2. François Courtès (Jan 5, 2014)
  3. John Brechon (Jan 11, 2014)
  4. Jiawen Wu (Jan 12, 2014)
  5. Corey Sakowski (Feb 1, 2014)
  6. Maxim Chechnev (Feb 2, 2014)
  7. Yuhei Takagi (Feb 8, 2014)
  8. Timothy Sun (Feb 15, 2014)
  9. Bence Barát (Feb 23, 2014)
  10. Cornelius Dieckmann (Feb 23, 2014)
  11. Daniel Sheppard (Feb 23, 2014)
  12. Sanae Koseki (Feb 23, 2014)
  13. Callum Hales-Jepp (Feb 23, 2014) New!
  14. Chung Tze Yang (Feb 23, 2014) New!
  15. Evan Liu (Feb 23, 2014) New!
  16. Taku Yanai (Feb 23, 2014) New!
  17. Nick Vu (Mar 1, 2014)
  18. Chunyu Zhang 2 (Mar 2, 2014)
  19. Emanuel Rheinert (Mar 16, 2014)
  20. Ben Whitmore (Apr 6, 2014) New!
  21. Patrick Kern (Apr 6, 2014) New!

Alumni Gold Member (member until the end of 2013)
  1. Mike Hughey (Feb 27, 2010)
  2. Simon Westlund (Jan 23, 2011)
  3. Yan Xuan (May 15, 2011)
  4. Péter Trombitás (Sep 4, 2011)
  5. Jibo Zhao (Dec 25, 2011)
  6. Maarten Smit (Mar 4, 2012)
  7. Qirun Zhong (Nov 25, 2012)
  8. Hong Zhang (Aug 11, 2013)
  9. Jakob Kogler (Dec 1, 2013)
  10. Jianyu Que (Dec 22, 2013)

Alumni Silver Member (member until the end of 2013)
  1. Kai Jiptner (Jul 17, 2011)
  2. Anthony Hsu (Aug 18, 2012)
 
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I've updated the lists for the current events (WCA regulation 2014). Investigated on Apr. 19, 2014.
Welcome!
Platinum member
(all possible fields above "History (Map)": All Single+Average, World Championship Podiums, History of World Records, History of Continental Records)
  1. Henrik Buus Aagaard (Apr 6, 2014)

Gold member
(All Single+Average)
  1. Jan Bentlage (Jan 3, 2014)
  2. Sébastien Auroux (Jan 3, 2014)
  3. Andreas Pohl (Jan 5, 2014)
  4. Nikhil Mande (Jan 12, 2014)
  5. Tomoaki Okayama (Feb 8, 2014)
  6. Yunqi Ouyang (Mar 3, 2014)

Silver member
(All Single)
  1. François Courtès (Jan 3, 2014)
  2. Brandon Mikel (Jan 4, 2014)
  3. John Brechon (Jan 11, 2014)
  4. Jiawen Wu (Jan 12, 2014)
  5. Corey Sakowski (Feb 1, 2014)
  6. Maxim Chechnev (Feb 2, 2014)
  7. Yuhei Takagi (Feb 8, 2014)
  8. Timothy Sun (Feb 15, 2014)
  9. Bence Barát (Feb 23, 2014)
  10. Cornelius Dieckmann (Feb 23, 2014)
  11. Daniel Sheppard (Feb 23, 2014)
  12. Sanae Koseki (Feb 23, 2014)
  13. Callum Hales-Jepp (Feb 23, 2014) New!
  14. Chung Tze Yang (Feb 23, 2014) New!
  15. Evan Liu (Feb 23, 2014) New!
  16. Taku Yanai (Feb 23, 2014) New!
  17. Nick Vu (Mar 1, 2014)
  18. Chunyu Zhang 2 (Mar 2, 2014)
  19. Emanuel Rheinert (Mar 16, 2014)
  20. Ben Whitmore (Apr 6, 2014) New!
  21. Patrick Kern (Apr 6, 2014) New!

Alumni Gold Member (member until the end of 2013)
  1. Mike Hughey (Feb 27, 2010)
  2. Simon Westlund (Jan 23, 2011)
  3. Yan Xuan (May 15, 2011)
  4. Péter Trombitás (Sep 4, 2011)
  5. Jibo Zhao (Dec 25, 2011)
  6. Maarten Smit (Mar 4, 2012)
  7. Qirun Zhong (Nov 25, 2012)
  8. Hong Zhang (Aug 11, 2013)
  9. Jakob Kogler (Dec 1, 2013)
  10. Jianyu Que (Dec 22, 2013)

Alumni Silver Member (member until the end of 2013)
  1. Kai Jiptner (Jul 17, 2011)
  2. Anthony Hsu (Aug 18, 2012)
Nice idea for the different memberships! I have managed to accomplish all of the new for 2014 events and formats (skewb, 3BLD mean, FMC mean) but I still haven't gotten a 7x7 average or megaminx average.

I also noticed that today, Sébastien Auroux will join the Platinum membership since all he was missing was a Continental Record. He got a 21 FMC single at the Velbert Easter Open 2014
 

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Dang yea I really like how you separated them into memberships.

Now its time for me to man up and get both that 5BLD success and 3BLD mean at the beginning of June to join the Gold Members in getting every single and average.

I also have both a WR and NAR so I just need a World Championship Podium. Its a long shot but I have a goal now for Worlds 2015! :D
 
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