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[WR] Mats Valk 4x4x4 26.77 single and 33.57 average

Applecow

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Done at German Open 2012.

34.86
32.78
26.77
36.71
33.08=33.57 average

Ps: it's on Video.


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[youtubehd]6bZ9LEF4MSM[/youtubehd]
 
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ThomasJE

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My jaw just hit the floor.

Skip or not, that is insane. Does he use 'parity prevention' (or whatever it's called; I think it's sledgehammer) during centers?
 

aronpm

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Skip or not, that is insane. Does he use 'parity prevention' (or whatever it's called; I think it's sledgehammer) during centers?
What...? that doesn't even make sense. Also, as far as I know I'm the only person who actually prevents (OLL) parity during 4x4 solves (I'm sure Daniel Sheppard and Marcell Endrey, at least, could also do it)
 

Ickenicke

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What...? that doesn't even make sense. Also, as far as I know I'm the only person who actually prevents (OLL) parity during 4x4 solves (I'm sure Daniel Sheppard and Marcell Endrey, at least, could also do it)
How do you do that?

Can you explain it very short?
 
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