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[WR] Feliks Zemdegs - 7x7 2:06.73 single & 2:15.07 mean

Gomorrite

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He got the average too. Around 2:15 I think.

Feliks in worlds so far: 4 results, 4 WRs.

Also, it was just a few days ago he reached 100 WRs and now he already has broken 108.
 
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EntireTV

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According to all known laws of aviation, there is no way a human should be able to get sub-2:10 on 7x7.
Feliks, of course, does it anyway because he doesn't care what humans think is impossible.
And of course I think soon we will be seeing a sub 2 (!) 7x7 solve.
 

RubikZz

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he told me that his records at the London open were without magnets and he was getting his magnets next week, guess he was right that he would smash his own world records with a magnetic yuxin 7x7x7
That's what I was gonna ask. Is it possible the records from the last few months has something to do with magnets, and mostly the bigger cubes? For 4x4 I heard they are a lot stabler with magnets. But I also thought Sebastian sub 20 was without magnets. And as you say Feliks had no magnets in London, it's also possible without.
I started cubing in 2010 stopped in 2013 and just started again. I think the 2 main reasons why people are so good is better cubes and also the internet where everyone can learn from everyone. Video's are really great now, real good. And of course you have to be a good cubed.
 
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