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Well the average person who solves a Rubik's cube with Beginner's method takes around 1 to 2 minutes, but professionals that know hundreds can solve it in an average of 7 seconds. This is not because they have a faster TPS (turns per second), but because their solves are a lot more efficient.
If the people using lbl started turning at the same tps as Feliks Zemdegs, they would average 20 seconds. If people with the tps of a beginner were as efficient as Feliks Zemdegs, they would average 30-45 seconds. The tps is more important than the efficiency.
Sorry I just had to get that out of my system
 

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If the people using lbl started turning at the same tps as Feliks Zemdegs, they would average 20 seconds. If people with the tps of a beginner were as efficient as Feliks Zemdegs, they would average 30-45 seconds. The tps is more important than the efficiency.
Sorry I just had to get that out of my system
They are both VERY important. IMO, they're equally important.
The raw HTML is straight out of 1999. Very nostalgic for when cubing was smaller.
Typically, yes. However, in this case, the better tps outweighs the efficiency by a large margin
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