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[ER] Michal Halczuk 6x6 1:51.75 single (~1:33 redux)

MaeLSTRoM

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I'm pretty sure you can't just use a scorecard to cover a cube anymore in this year's regulations?

EDIT: The video has been trimmed now, but when it was first uploaded, you could see that the cube was only covered with a scoresheet, not a cube cover as stated in the regulations.
 
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Revelant Regulations:

A2c1) The scrambler places a cover over the scrambled puzzle that makes it impossible for any competitors or spectators to see any part of the puzzle. The cover remains over the puzzle until the beginning of the attempt.

Relevant Guidelines:

A2c1+) CLARIFICATION In the past, score cards have been used to cover puzzles while leaving some sides exposed. This is no longer permitted.
 
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JianhanC

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'mana ran out' lol. What kind of mods did you do on this one? And what happened to the other black SS cube? That one turned amazing.
 
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