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Polish Open 2007

studzien

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2005STUD01
Hello everybody!
Please check out the live results and live video streaming from the Polish Open 2007,
which will take place tomorrow from 9:00 AM CEST.

Live scoring and video streaming are available under following link:
http://polishopen2007.speedcubing.com.pl/

More informations about the competition and Polish Speedcubing Federation at:
http://speedcubing.com.pl

Best regards,
Polish Open organisation team
 
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hdskull

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No even worse my mom couldn't make it either... but Worlds I will be there with or without permission.

Ron sended an invitation to the worlds to my school and my mom is going to talk with my school. :)
awesome, hhaha
 

pjk

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2007KELL02
No even worse my mom couldn't make it either... but Worlds I will be there with or without permission.

Ron sended an invitation to the worlds to my school and my mom is going to talk with my school. :)
Why does your school have rights of what you can do outside of school? It is really none of my business, I just find that really odd.
 

Erik

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So far I've seen some results
WR's: 2x2 avg: 3.92 by Łukasz Ciałoń (Poland)
4x4 avg: 58.15 by Mátyás Kuti (Hungary)
MM avg: 1.96 by Mátyás Kuti (Hungary)
clock avg: 8.60 by Mátyás Kuti (Hungary)
sq-1 single: 13.56 by Gregorz Prusak (Poland)
 

KJiptner

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Hey guys Tim (cin) and me just came back. We've had a great time there, except for the fact that I screwed up my 2 blind attempts.

On his second attempt in the blind-finals Matyi got a 2:05 (or something) ...
...
...
One-Handed
 
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hdskull

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Hey guys Tim (cin) and me just came back. We've had a great time there, except for the fact that I screwed up my 2 blind attempts.

On his second attempt in the blind-finals Matyi got a 2:05 (or something) ...
...
...
One-Handed
oh so he was trying to show off and doing it OH ? i was wondering why that solve was so slow. hahaha

does anyone have a video of that ?
 

joey

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Hey guys Tim (cin) and me just came back. We've had a great time there, except for the fact that I screwed up my 2 blind attempts.

On his second attempt in the blind-finals Matyi got a 2:05 (or something) ...
...
...
One-Handed
oh so he was trying to show off and doing it OH ? i was wondering why that solve was so slow. hahaha
It's quite amusing that we think 2:05 is slow, when that would put you 10th in the world for 3x3 BLD single!

I tried BLD OH once, but I dropped the cube when I had permuted abotu 3 edges :( I havn't tried it since!
 

Erik

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As a suprise, this evening suddenly Gilles called me. He said they (Arnaud Clement Lars and him) were 20 min from Enschede (where I live) on their way back to poland. So they made a pitstop here to get some nice macaroni after a long car trip. Arnaud told me he had solves the first FMC in 20 moves but with only 2 corners twisted!!! Further they won about 17 kg of chocolate.
I'll leave Arnaud and the others to tell the rest since I don't know it all and it was their tournament of course :)
 
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hdskull

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It's quite amusing that we think 2:05 is slow, when that would put you 10th in the world for 3x3 BLD single!

I tried BLD OH once, but I dropped the cube when I had permuted abotu 3 edges :( I havn't tried it since!
well, it's matyas, 2:05 for matyas is different than 2:05 for the rest of us hahaha.
 

AvGalen

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I don't have the time to post anything more than my Fewest Moves solutions.

For the first scramble (qualification on saturday) I found a 13 move F2L. I used a few more moves to get a better last layer and got a 37 moves solution.

For the second scramble (final on sunday) I found an incredible solution of 20 moves that solved everything except 2 misoriented corners. With some cancellations I got a 33 moves solution, just 2 more than the World Record Holder. It also got me a National Record and 6th place at the rankings.

Scramble1: D2 U' R D' U2 L' D' R2 B F2 R2 B' F L' D' B2 F2 D' U B2 F' D2 B2 D2 L2
F2L in 13 (Arnaud): x y R2 F D F L2 B U2 R2 U F D2 F' U'
F2L in 13 (FURBDL): U2 R B R D2 L F2 U2 F R B2 R' F'
37 (Arnaud): x y R2 F D F L2 B U2 R2, x2 y D U' R U R' U2 R' F R F' D', y' R' F' L' F R F' L F, y2 F2 U' L R' F2 R L' U' F2 U'
37 (FURBDL: U2 R B R D2 L F2 U2, F B' R B R' B2 R' U R U' F', U' L' D' L U L' D L, R2 B' U D' R2 D U' B' R2 B'

Scramble2: D' F' D2 L B U2 L2 F' R U2 L2 D B F' D2 R2 D2 R D L2 U' L2 R2 B F'
Almost solved in 20: R' U F' D2 U2 L2 U' L B' L' D' B D2 B2 D2 B R D' R' D'
33: R' U F' D2 U2 L2 U', L B' L', D' B D2, B2 D2 B R D', U R' U' R U R', D R U' R' U R U' R' D2
 
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