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This is the monthly speedsolving.com computer cube competition! But... it's a bit different this time. 2x2 and 3x3 seem to be the only popular events, so for this month I've kicked it up a notch on the others. Who doesn't like a challenge, eh? They're all best of 1 except 3BLD, so you don't have to go crazy if you don't like solving so much.
Here are the rules.
- Do all of the solves for each event consecutively (no practice solves in between), and you must decide that you're doing official solves right before you start the first one. You can redo a solve if you get a computer-related problem.
- You may use any simulator you want (if it supports the puzzle of course).
- NO MACROS! You can't do more than one turn per key press.
- Try to keep inspection under 15 seconds.
- I have the right to ask for proof that you are capable of the times you claim.
- For the 3x3 and 2x2 events, the top 5 people get 6, 4, 3, 2, and 1 points in that order. For every other event, everyone who submits a non-DNF time gets 5 points.
Here are some useful simulators:
- Ryan Heise's hi-games.
- Ryan Heise's 3x3 BLD sim.
- Gelatinbrain for many puzzles.
- Jeremy Fleischman's jflySim + qqTimer.
- Mitchell Stern's NxN clock simulator.
- My jsclock (dvorak version) or Tim Sun's sim for 3x3 clock.
- My qCube.
- My IsoMinxSim.
This competition is over. Results are here.
The current list of puzzles are as follows:
- 2x2x2: Average of 12.
- 3x3x3: Average of 12.
- 8x8x8: Best of 1.
- 9x9x9: Best of 1.
- 10x10x10: Best of 1.
- 20x20x20: Best of 1.
- 1x5x5: Best of 1.
- 4x4x5: Best of 1.
- 4x5x5: Best of 1.
- 3x3x3 BLD: Best of 5.
- Clock (10x10): Best of 1.
- Clock (20x20): Best of 1.
- Clock (30x30): Best of 1.
- Deep-Cut Helicopter Cube: Best of 1. (This is gelatinbrain 3.3.3.)
- Gigaminx: Best of 1.
- Lattice Cube: Best of 1. (This is gelatinbrain 3.2.7.)
- Master FTO: Best of 1. (This is gelatinbrain 4.1.8.)
- Master Pyraminx: Best of 1. (This is gelatinbrain 5.1.10.)
- Master Skewb: Best of 1. (This is gelatinbrain 3.2.2.)
- Master Super-X: Best of 1. (This is gelatinbrain 3.4.5.)
- Square-2: Best of 1. (Use jflysim.)
- Teraminx: Best of 1.
Good luck and have fun!
Here are the rules.
- Do all of the solves for each event consecutively (no practice solves in between), and you must decide that you're doing official solves right before you start the first one. You can redo a solve if you get a computer-related problem.
- You may use any simulator you want (if it supports the puzzle of course).
- NO MACROS! You can't do more than one turn per key press.
- Try to keep inspection under 15 seconds.
- I have the right to ask for proof that you are capable of the times you claim.
- For the 3x3 and 2x2 events, the top 5 people get 6, 4, 3, 2, and 1 points in that order. For every other event, everyone who submits a non-DNF time gets 5 points.
Here are some useful simulators:
- Ryan Heise's hi-games.
- Ryan Heise's 3x3 BLD sim.
- Gelatinbrain for many puzzles.
- Jeremy Fleischman's jflySim + qqTimer.
- Mitchell Stern's NxN clock simulator.
- My jsclock (dvorak version) or Tim Sun's sim for 3x3 clock.
- My qCube.
- My IsoMinxSim.
This competition is over. Results are here.
The current list of puzzles are as follows:
- 2x2x2: Average of 12.
- 3x3x3: Average of 12.
- 8x8x8: Best of 1.
- 9x9x9: Best of 1.
- 10x10x10: Best of 1.
- 20x20x20: Best of 1.
- 1x5x5: Best of 1.
- 4x4x5: Best of 1.
- 4x5x5: Best of 1.
- 3x3x3 BLD: Best of 5.
- Clock (10x10): Best of 1.
- Clock (20x20): Best of 1.
- Clock (30x30): Best of 1.
- Deep-Cut Helicopter Cube: Best of 1. (This is gelatinbrain 3.3.3.)
- Gigaminx: Best of 1.
- Lattice Cube: Best of 1. (This is gelatinbrain 3.2.7.)
- Master FTO: Best of 1. (This is gelatinbrain 4.1.8.)
- Master Pyraminx: Best of 1. (This is gelatinbrain 5.1.10.)
- Master Skewb: Best of 1. (This is gelatinbrain 3.2.2.)
- Master Super-X: Best of 1. (This is gelatinbrain 3.4.5.)
- Square-2: Best of 1. (Use jflysim.)
- Teraminx: Best of 1.
Good luck and have fun!
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