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[Unofficial] Maskow: MBLD 2/2, 1:02.23 UWR

Mike Hughey

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Very nice! Of course, we'd like to see you go sub-1 sometime when you're looking for something else to do, but this satisfies me. Now you have all those troublesome even-numbered holes from 14 to 18 to deal with.

As for the wiki page, I think you should definitely add a link at the top of that page pointing to qqwref's page, since his page contains information yours doesn't (second and third places, information regarding relative speed, etc.), and also because of the long-standing tradition his page represents. But I will admit the wiki page makes some sense simply because it contains additional information as well (links to videos, threads, etc.).
 

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As for the wiki page, I think you should definitely add a link at the top of that page pointing to qqwref's page, since his page contains information yours doesn't (second and third places, information regarding relative speed, etc.), and also because of the long-standing tradition his page represents. But I will admit the wiki page makes some sense simply because it contains additional information as well (links to videos, threads, etc.).
Yeah of course, I'll do that now. Anyone want to help to fill in all the times and stuff? It's quite a lot to do :|
 
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