Big cubes can actually tend to be pretty consistent because there is more time for good and bad parts of solves to balance outGJ to Feliks, those are really consistent times for such a large order cube.
I'm guessing never? Pretty insane.He now has WRs in all cubes 3x3 - 7x7, when was the last time this happened?
Standard deviation is higher, but standard deviation relative to average solve time is lower.Big cubes can actually tend to be pretty consistent because there is more time for good and bad parts of solves to balance out
In May 2011, Feliks held 12 world records simultaneously which is his record to date.EDIT: I think 8 is the record for most different events with a WR, actually. Holding 8 records simultaneously is probably unprecedented.
Standard deviation is higher, but standard deviation relative to average solve time is lower.
Average and single in 3x3, 4x4, 5x5, 6x6, and OH, average in 2x2, and single in 4x4 BLD. Thanks for correcting me, Mr. Zemdegs.o which records?
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