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[Official] Harvard Spring 4/7 fail MBLD in 58:11

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Nice try. You should get noise-reducing earmuffs to help you concentrate (if you aren't using them already, I couldn't tell from the video).
I was wearing them under my hood. The space was actually very quiet. I was just very nervous since it was my first competition. Next time should be better.
 

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Took you two minutes to solve 7? Dang, my execution sucks. For about 10 cubes it takes me 10 minutes.

Edit: nvm, I'm an *****.

Edit 2: SS censors I d I o t?
Haha. 2 minute execution for 7 cubes using OP/M2:
On average:
8 corner targets*(2 setup moves + 15 move Y-perm + 2 setup moves)=152 moves
12 Edge targets*(3 setup moves + M2 + 3 setup moves)=84 moves
= 236 moves + a few for flipped/twisted pieces so perhaps 240 moves on average*7 cubes=1680 moves
1680 moves/120 seconds= 14 TPS =)
 
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