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How many megaminx solves do you do in a day?And in how much time you've done a sub1?

marcobelotti

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Try working on your S2L :) Do you use the method that I use, or the one that Bogyo uses? :)
i use your method but i solve sides clockwise but you solve sides anti-clockwise.....your method, i think, it's better than mine because it gives you best fingertricks....but i'm too lazy to change :)
Btw today i've done a 1:05 (not pb, but good) with f2l in 22, s2l in 33 and 10 for ll (FRUR'U'F'-sune-3 cycle of edges (2 t shapes)) :)
 
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JianhanC

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i use your method but i solve sides clockwise but you solve sides anti-clockwise.....your method, i think, it's better than mine because it gives you best fingertricks....but i'm too lazy to change :)
Btw today i've done a 1:05 (not pb, but good) with f2l in 22, s2l in 33 and 10 for ll (FRUR'U'F'-sune-3 cycle of edges (2 t shapes)) :)

Go ahead and change :p I used to do it like how Simon does then I changed to Balint's way. Took about a month to reach where I was before and then surpassed it :D
 

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2:00.21, 1:44.36, 1:33.63, 1:08.97, 1:49.40, 1:46.50, 1:45.63, 1:12.36, 1:21.71, 1:36.27, 1:21.44, 1:35.42, 1:43.94, 1:27.96, 1:26.01, 1:38.68, 1:31.97, 1:29.61, 1:33.82, 1:40.52...in the 1:08 i used my old method...what do you think about?
yesterday solves(old method): 1:18.50, 1:28.46, 1:32.96, 1:22.56, 1:15.88, 1:31.86, 1:20.96, 1:25.19, 1:23.01, 1:21.91, 1:11.88, 1:17.96, 1:19.32, 1:20.55, 1:24.50, 1:21.32, 1:05.68, 1:15.18, 1:19.36, 1:26.90,
 

Bernd

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This year I've done 228 solves on qqtimer so far, I've probably done like 50-100 more when I didn't have computer access.

133/228 were sub1 and 3/228 were sub 50

When I read this, I was like *What, he did just 300 Solves in 2011 and is so good?*, then I realised we are in 2012 and I was like *WOW* :D :D :D

I'd be really interested in how many solves Simon does per day.
 
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