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[Official] Max Park 4.68 OH single (misscramble)

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Underwatercuber

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And people though Felik’s misscramble was unfair and should have been dnfed lol. Would have been nuts if this counted, breaking his own comp pb single for normal 3x3 by doing OH.
 

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Reconstruction-
Scramble: L2 B2 R2 U2 R2 U F2 L2 D R2 F2 B' L' F L' R2 U B2 L2 F' R2
Inspection: x'
Cross: D L U' Rw'
F2L#1: y R U' R'
F2L#2: U' R' U R
F2L#3: y2 U' R' U' R
F2L#4: R U R'
OLL: R U R' U R U2 R'
PLL: Skip
25HTM/4.68 = 5.34 TPS

Credit goes to Tommy Kiprillis.
Do we know what the proper scramble should have been?
 
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This just shows what can be archieved in 3x3 OH in the future. It's crazy when you think about it..
Assuming someone in the future gets a ridiculously easy 25 move scramble
 

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As some of you have probably heard, Max got a 4.68 misscramble. Does anyone know if it was a blatent misscramble or just like one move away? Max has definently been practicing OH!
 

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Out of curiosity, if a legit OH scramble resulted in a sub WR 3x3 time, would the solver be awarded both records? Or perhaps more to the point, should they be?
 
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Why not? To my knowledge, you can do a 3x3 solve in a competition with one hand and it will still count as an official 3x3 solve. You could do the same thing with feet and 3BLD. It therefore seems logical to count OH as well as 3BLD and feet in the overall rankings for 3x3. If someone were to get a sub WR 3x3 solve, only it's in a OH event, it is still the fastest official solve of a 3x3, is it not?
 

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Why not? To my knowledge, you can do a 3x3 solve in a competition with one hand and it will still count as an official 3x3 solve. You could do the same thing with feet and 3BLD. It therefore seems logical to count OH as well as 3BLD and feet in the overall rankings for 3x3. If someone were to get a sub WR 3x3 solve, only it's in a OH event, it is still the fastest official solve of a 3x3, is it not?
No
 
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Why not? To my knowledge, you can do a 3x3 solve in a competition with one hand and it will still count as an official 3x3 solve. You could do the same thing with feet and 3BLD. It therefore seems logical to count OH as well as 3BLD and feet in the overall rankings for 3x3. If someone were to get a sub WR 3x3 solve, only it's in a OH event, it is still the fastest official solve of a 3x3, is it not?
no cuz they're separate events
 
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