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.
knowing CSP doesn't make a difference.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.
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Last Updated: Dec. 16, 2019
- Single - 16 Moves - Sebastiano Tronto (Reconstruction Video here)
- Average - 22.00 Moves - Sebastiano Tronto (Reconstruction Video here)
- Single - 3.29 seconds - Suen Ming Chi
- Average - 4.38 - Yunhao Lou (No Video)
- Single - 0.93 seconds - Andrew Huang (No Video)
- Average - 2.03 seconds - Łukasz Burliga
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.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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