Time limit is a time in which your solve must be completed or they stop you from continuing.they both seem to be referring to a set period of time, but I can't figure out specifically what they represent on a tournament details page...
What's really confusing me is some events have both a time limit and a cutoff listed for a one round event, and they are different.
It's considered as a +2
Why do you bother replying without consulting the Regs? This makes me very angry--people are looking for answer from the Regs, not from people who think they know the answer when they don't, or people who "probably" know what the answer is. Thanks to porky for a source
False: https://www.worldcubeassociation.org/competitions/Qualifornia2018#5068-scheduleCutoff will always be lower than Time Limit.
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