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List of World Record Videos

Spacey10

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I figured it would happen very soon, I mean what else have people been able to do during quarantine? Martin probably could’ve gotten a sub 4.5 on that solve though, that pause before EO was bad, but the solve itself was extraordinarily lucky.
What did you get?
 
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Martin Egdal's 4.59 Squan single
I just got to know an hour ago
EDIT: WHAT!!This was done yesterday??
 
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Haven't tried it yet, but since I don't know any csp aside from 4-5 cases I won't get as lucky of a solution as he did since my solution will be different for cubeshape.
knowing CSP doesn't make a difference.
getting as lucky as he got is just a matter of knowing how kite square influences CO and using that knowledge to skip CO
 

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This thread is a list of up-to-date world record videos so you can browse more easily. Notice anything that needs to be updated? Or find a better, higher quality video? Reply to this thread so we can keep it updated.
Last Updated: Dec. 16, 2019

3x3x3 Cube
2x2x2 Cube
4x4x4 Cube
5x5x5 Cube
6x6x6 Cube
7x7x7 Cube
3x3x3 Blindfolded
3x3 Fewest Moves (No Videos)
3x3 One-Handed
3x3 With Feet
Rubik's Clock
Megaminx
Pyraminx
Skewb
Square-1
4x4x4 Blindfolded
5x5x5 Blindfolded
3x3x3 Multi-Blind
Max Park everywhere.
 

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knowing CSP doesn't make a difference.
getting as lucky as he got is just a matter of knowing how kite square influences CO and using that knowledge to skip CO
My cube shape most likely would have been different then his, so the rest of the solve would’ve been different. It’s like how doing a cross that’s different from someone else’s would give you a very different solve compared to them, even if it’s the same scramble.
 
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