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[WR] Andrew Huang - 0.93 Skewb single!

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#5
AMAAAAAZING!!!!!!!!!! I am soooooooo happy lol! This is a huge step for skewb!

Amazing that he beat the 1.1 which has stood over 3 years! Also, anyone notice he got a 6.49 average lol
 
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2016STEE01
#14
I still can't find it
Yep I am pretty sure that @Sergey is right in regards to the top left side of the video. If it is right the competitor sits down at around 5:13.15 and sits at the blue table on the right side of the table ( your right side if you are looking at him) and he starts the solve at around 5:13.47ish. Also, he is wearing a black t-shirt.

Not sure if that is the right solve or not, but if you use your stackmat and start/stop the timer at the same time he does, it seems to work.
 
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2018OLSE04
#15
Yep I am pretty sure that @Sergey is right in regards to the top left side of the video. If it is right the competitor sits down at around 5:13.15 and sits at the blue table on the right side of the table ( your right side if you are looking at him) and he starts the solve at around 5:13.47ish. Also, he is wearing a black t-shirt.

Not sure if that is the right solve or not, but if you use your stackmat and start/stop the timer at the same time he does, it seems to work.
Nah, that solve's something like a 1.4 (at least that's what the timer seems to say). Right after the guy in the third row on the top right solves at 5:14:00 the timer is unobstructed for a bit and it shows 0.932. The guy on the left you guys are talking about is also younger than Andrew looks in his WCA profile.
 
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#17
Nah, that solve's something like a 1.4 (at least that's what the timer seems to say). Right after the guy in the third row on the top right solves at 5:14:00 the timer is unobstructed for a bit and it shows 0.932. The guy on the left you guys are talking about is also younger than Andrew looks in his WCA profile.
Yep I guess that you are right. I just watched it in all possible speeds and now see what you are talking about. Thanks for pointing that out.

For all if you want to see the time, go in 0.25 speed and as the guy in front sits down and the person in the yellow shirt moves you can see that the timer says 0.932 (unless my eyes are playing tricks on me). The point of that is at 5:14.02-5:14.03
 
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