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[Unofficial] Maskow: MBLD 32/32, 39:17

Maskow

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memo time: 25:52 (48.5s/cube)
solve time: 13:25 (25.16s/cube)
total time: 39:17 (1:13.66/cube)

So slow compared to 24 cubes because there is a difference in my memo style over 30 cubes - I do one more review for first 24 cubes. I also memorised last 8 as a one full pack of cubes, not 2x4 like in previous attempts and it was also slower. I won't check now how fast can I really do it - I did 32/32 in first attempt and it means that I should and I will try more in next attempt. And from now, attempts bigger than 32 should be FASTER per cube, not slower. And I still have 24 days left to my next official attempt ;) (I'm working on accuracy this time ^ _ ^)
 
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WOW!

Most amazing thing IMO is that if this was also first attempt then you have done 16+24+32=72 cubes WITHOUT A SINGLE MISTAKE. And just slightly over a minute per cube... Woah. Just. Woah...
 

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No offense to Maskow, but he's not very good at 5BLD. He's also not god at 4BLD. And he hasn't done any blindfolded solve on 6+. It's worth noting that he doesn't care about these events.

I think you mean: "The god of all 3BLD related events" :p
Yeah, I think if he did care more about them he would be very good. Not as good as like Ollie I don't think, but still quite fast. I do respect him for sticking with 3x3 though.
 
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Do you think there will ever be a point at which you don't need to review packs for, say, anything under 40 cubes? Because I have a feeling with enough practice your memory would develop to the point that that's possible. What are other people's thoughts?
 

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Do you think there will ever be a point at which you don't need to review packs for, say, anything under 40 cubes? Because I have a feeling with enough practice your memory would develop to the point that that's possible. What are other people's thoughts?
Memory skills can be pushed to super-human capabilities. I believe that a cube a minute is possible, with 60/60 in the hour limit.
 
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