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[Unofficial] Bingliang Li SQ-1 Average of 12: 13.13

zhanglei1943

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http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMTQ3NzA1ODA4.html

Li's a real kool cuber, I luv he's amazing speed.

he has a lot of practise on sq-1 for months, and it really works now :p


Statistics for 01-23-2010 22:09:41

Average: 13.13
Standard Deviation: 1.77
Best Time: 10.06
Worst Time: DNF
Individual Times:
1. 10.06
2. 11.97
3. DNF
4. 15.05
5. 12.86
6. 13.55
7. 12.14
8. 13.30
9. 17.95
10. 11.34
11. 11.47
12. 11.69


china has a lot of sq-1 talents. there are at least 4 cubers who can get 13 avg as i know in china. just look for some more sq-1 comps :p
 
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zhanglei1943

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i just searched.

and found this seem to be the best a12.


anyway it seems that these cubers often got good lucks.

for example a 7.23 sq-1 single...

or, for another explanation, maybe they really practise too much!(i think it is the truth:))
 

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It's easy to get good singles on Square-1 though (or much easier than in 3x3 anyway). The scrambling process isn't all that great so it's relatively common to find scrambles that a fast person can do in 8 or even 4 seconds. Fortunately these haven't popped up in competition yet :)
 

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It's easy to get good singles on Square-1 though (or much easier than in 3x3 anyway). The scrambling process isn't all that great so it's relatively common to find scrambles that a fast person can do in 8 or even 4 seconds. Fortunately these haven't popped up in competition yet :)

wow, i donno too much about sq-1, thanx for the explanation:p
 
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