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Mike Hughey

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Yes, I think your averages should all go in the wiki. It's likely some other people have beaten them in the past, but until they decide to report them, you deserve the UWR.

As for the records in the page, you can see the top place is Johannes Laire, the same guy who is in the video, folding it into a ball. (Clearly he has better times than the one in the video.) Rubik's Snake and Rubik's Twist are the same puzzle. The puzzle that folds into a 3x3x3 cube is something entirely different, and not a very popular puzzle. I'm sure everyone on that page was doing the puzzle that folds into a ball.
 
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Yes, I think your averages should all go in the wiki. It's likely some other people have beaten them in the past, but until they decide to report them, you deserve the UWR.

As for the records in the page, you can see the top place is Johannes Laire, the same guy who is in the video, folding it into a ball. (Clearly he has better times than the one in the video.) Rubik's Snake and Rubik's Twist are the same puzzle. The puzzle that folds into a 3x3x3 cube is something entirely different, and not a very popular puzzle. I'm sure everyone on that page was doing the puzzle that folds into a ball.
OK. Thanks so much for your time. Really appreciate that. You and others helped me a lot
 
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