colegemuth
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Hello everybody!
Way back in the day (2010) @qqwref held monthly computer competitions with a whole bunch of events each month. I am bringing this competition back to the forum! For the first month I will keep all of the rules that @qqwref used in his competitions, but this will change next month.
Here are the rules.
- Do all of the solves for each event consecutively (no practice solves in between). 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 each event, the top 5 people get 6, 4, 3, 2, and 1 points in that order. However, a DNF result will never get any points.
Here are some useful simulators:
- qqwref's qcubev2
- qqwref's qminxv2
- csTimer's Virtual Cube found here (You will have to change the settings to enable Virtual Cube)
- @imvelox Clock Simulator: ClockSim
- ksim by @Kirjava
The current list of puzzles are as follows:
- 2x2x2: Average of 12.
- 3x3x3: Average of 12.
- 4x4x4: Average of 5.
- 5x5x5: Average of 5.
- 6x6x6: Average of 5.
- 7x7x7: Average of 5.
- Kilominx: Average of 5.
- Megaminx: Average of 5.
- Square-1: Average of 5.
- Skewb: Average of 5.
- Clock: Average of 5.
I will add more puzzles as I find the simulators again. (If you have requests please tell me.)
I hope this competition will gain some traction once more!!!
Way back in the day (2010) @qqwref held monthly computer competitions with a whole bunch of events each month. I am bringing this competition back to the forum! For the first month I will keep all of the rules that @qqwref used in his competitions, but this will change next month.
Here are the rules.
- Do all of the solves for each event consecutively (no practice solves in between). 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 each event, the top 5 people get 6, 4, 3, 2, and 1 points in that order. However, a DNF result will never get any points.
Here are some useful simulators:
- qqwref's qcubev2
- qqwref's qminxv2
- csTimer's Virtual Cube found here (You will have to change the settings to enable Virtual Cube)
- @imvelox Clock Simulator: ClockSim
- ksim by @Kirjava
The current list of puzzles are as follows:
- 2x2x2: Average of 12.
- 3x3x3: Average of 12.
- 4x4x4: Average of 5.
- 5x5x5: Average of 5.
- 6x6x6: Average of 5.
- 7x7x7: Average of 5.
- Kilominx: Average of 5.
- Megaminx: Average of 5.
- Square-1: Average of 5.
- Skewb: Average of 5.
- Clock: Average of 5.
I will add more puzzles as I find the simulators again. (If you have requests please tell me.)
I hope this competition will gain some traction once more!!!
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