It should be obvious, but if it isn't, it is to prevent cheating.In the WCA regulations, you aren't allowed to use any electronics while competing. What's the reasoning behind this rule? Being able to listen to music on headphones would be very helpful while competing so you can focus better, which is how I focus well.
yeah, you leave it like that and just print an X amount of copies you need for your friends.I am holding an unofficial practice competition for me and a bunch of my friends and I want to have the cubes scrambled as they would at a competition. I know that the Tnoodle program is used. How ever, do I use the same 5 scrambles for everyone, or does everyone get a different scramble?
So would I leave it like this? http://i.imgur.com/LGCJJ4r.pngand use the same 5 for everyone?
That is going to depend on the organiser. In Australia we get competitors to confirm consent when they register. I suggest you contact the organiser to find out more information.What should be my parents' consent? It shoud be written on a paper or something?
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