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[WR] Max Park - 3x3x3 OH - 10.31 average

I_<3_SCS

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I AGREE!!!!
ftfy

I edited that for you.
Sorry, you're right, I wrote that wrong:

Max Park (WR average holder, world champion, UWR avg12 and avg100) is not as good as Feliks (2017 5x5 and 7x7 World Champion,
  • 3x3 speedsolve average: sub-10, sub-9, sub-8, sub-7
  • 3x3 speedsolve single: sub-7, sub-6
  • 4x4 speedsolve average: sub-40, sub-35, sub-26
  • 4x4 speedsolve single: sub-35
  • 5x5 speedsolve average: sub-70, sub-65, sub-60, sub-55, sub-50
  • 5x5 speedsolve single: sub-60, sub-50, sub-45
  • 3x3 one-handed average: sub-15
  • 3x3 one-handed single: sub-8, sub-7
  • 6x6 speedsolve average: sub-200, sub-170
  • 6x6 speedsolve single: sub-190, sub-180
  • 7x7 speedsolve average: sub-230, sub-220
  • 7x7 speedsolve single: sub-220
  • Holding all 3x3-7x7 records at the same time for both single and average
  • Breaking more than 100 official WCA world records, and holds 10 World Records as of July 12)

But actually, sorry for derailing the thread, this is about Max Park. Congratulations to him on an amazing average!
 

turtwig

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ftfy



Sorry, you're right, I wrote that wrong:

Max Park (WR average holder, world champion, UWR avg12 and avg100) is not as good as Feliks (2017 5x5 and 7x7 World Champion,
  • 3x3 speedsolve average: sub-10, sub-9, sub-8, sub-7
  • 3x3 speedsolve single: sub-7, sub-6
  • 4x4 speedsolve average: sub-40, sub-35, sub-26
  • 4x4 speedsolve single: sub-35
  • 5x5 speedsolve average: sub-70, sub-65, sub-60, sub-55, sub-50
  • 5x5 speedsolve single: sub-60, sub-50, sub-45
  • 3x3 one-handed average: sub-15
  • 3x3 one-handed single: sub-8, sub-7
  • 6x6 speedsolve average: sub-200, sub-170
  • 6x6 speedsolve single: sub-190, sub-180
  • 7x7 speedsolve average: sub-230, sub-220
  • 7x7 speedsolve single: sub-220
  • Holding all 3x3-7x7 records at the same time for both single and average
  • Breaking more than 100 official WCA world records, and holds 10 World Records as of July 12)

But actually, sorry for derailing the thread, this is about Max Park. Congratulations to him on an amazing average!
I thought you were just talking about OH. If you're talking about in general, then you could probably say that Feliks is more accomplished than Max (though that's largely due to the fact that Feliks has been cubing at a world class level for around 7 years and Max only about 1, plus Feliks was cubing earlier when there were less cubers so cubing was less competitive in general, and OcRs and definitely easier to get than NARs), but why would you go to a thread about someone's record and randomly state that another cuber is better?
 
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