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Very good solves. But you and Rami need to watch out. Chris Olsen already said that he was going to probably retake the WR at nats. He told 5,500 people so he must be pretty confident.

14 moves / 1.27 = 11.0 tps. WOAH LUCAS. WOAH. (But you should've done the cancellation xD) http://goo.gl/ehG62A

1.50 - R' F U2 R U R' U F R2 U' F

x' y'
U' R' F (R L)
U2 R U' R' U' R2 U' R' U R U' R'
16 moves / 1.50 = 10.7 tps. http://goo.gl/4P7P80

2.16 - R U' R' U2 R2 F U2 F R2 U' R2

x' y2
U' R U R' U'
y' R U' R' U2 F R U2 R' F U2
15 moves / 2.08 = 6.9 tps. http://goo.gl/fRxdMf

1.40 - R' U2 F U R2 U2 R' U' R F' U'

x y2
U2 R' F2 R F' U2 R U' R' U' F
11 moves / 1.40 = 7.9 tps. http://goo.gl/YPUajN

3.65+ - R' U' R U2 R' U' F2 R U' F U2

x2 y
U2 R
U B U' R2 F2 U'
(F not done, should've been)
8 moves (actually 9, but he only did 8) / 1.65 = 4.8 tps. http://goo.gl/olj5xo
if you say 9 moves / 3.65 (that's what it is technically), then 2.5 tps. loool.
IF he didn't miss the cube on the last move, 9 moves / 1.65 = 5.5 tps.

Wow, Lucas. I think you are the first to get over 11 tps in comp, that's crazy. I think the 1.50 was the most impressive personally, it seemed pretty awkward to me and Chris.

14 moves / 1.27 = 11.0 tps. WOAH LUCAS. WOAH. (But you should've done the cancellation xD) http://goo.gl/ehG62A

1.50 - R' F U2 R U R' U F R2 U' F

x' y'
U' R' F (R L)
U2 R U' R' U' R2 U' R' U R U' R'
16 moves / 1.50 = 10.7 tps. http://goo.gl/4P7P80

2.16 - R U' R' U2 R2 F U2 F R2 U' R2

x' y2
U' R U R' U'
y' R U' R' U2 F R U2 R' F U2
15 moves / 2.08 = 6.9 tps. http://goo.gl/fRxdMf

1.40 - R' U2 F U R2 U2 R' U' R F' U'

x y2
U2 R' F2 R F' U2 R U' R' U' F
11 moves / 1.40 = 7.9 tps. http://goo.gl/YPUajN

3.65+ - R' U' R U2 R' U' F2 R U' F U2

x2 y
U2 R
U B U' R2 F2 U'
(F not done, should've been)
8 moves (actually 9, but he only did 8) / 1.65 = 4.8 tps. http://goo.gl/olj5xo
if you say 9 moves / 3.65 (that's what it is technically), then 2.5 tps. loool.
IF he didn't miss the cube on the last move, 9 moves / 1.65 = 5.5 tps.

Wow, Lucas. I think you are the first to get over 11 tps in comp, that's crazy. I think the 1.50 was the most impressive personally, it seemed pretty awkward to me and Chris.