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I thought this would be fun and I haven't seen anyone do it before (except the weekly comp) so I decided to do it!

The results for Round 1 will be posted on 3/12/17 and Round 2 will start on 3/13/17

Rules:
1. You only have 15 secs to inspect all of the 3 puzzles.
2. On the 4x4 scramble a little r means a wide turn.
3. Don't time each puzzle separate.

This is an AO5.

Scrambles for Round 1: 2x2:
1. F' R' F' U R' F' R2 U R
2. F U' F2 R F' R F2 U' R
3. R2 F R' F2 U R' F' R2
4. U' R2 U F2 U R2 U2 F R
5. U R F' R2 F R2 U R' U

3x3:
1. R2 D2 U' F D B2 D2 B2 L U2 B' U2 L R U' L D2 B2 D2 F' U R2 U' B' R
2. D2 R2 B2 F U' L' D' B' F' D R U L' D R' B2 R' L' B' U R2 U D B' D'
3. L F' L2 B F2 U L U L D R' B2 R F2 B2 U F2 B' D' L2 B U2 B D L2
4. R' B2 D2 F2 R' D F U R' D R U' D R' B D' B F2 R2 U L F2 R' B2 R'
5. R2 F2 D' B F L F' U2 R2 L2 F' B' U2 D' L2 D' R U F L B F2 L' F L'

4x4:
1. u L2 D2 R D2 f' u U2 L u U L' D2 U2 R' F2 R' b2 F2 R' D' f2 d f' l U2 b f F2 u2 f' r2 R2 D2 B' L' D2 d B' F'
2. L' B L2 r2 B2 b' l2 r' f' U B' U r R' D u U2 f' L2 u L' R' B' r d L' U l R B L2 R2 b' D2 u B' f' D2 d' l
3. L' R D b2 u' L2 r' u2 L2 r' b2 f d' R2 d2 U' B2 b R F l' U2 l' r2 R' b2 u2 l2 u f' F d' U2 f U L2 U R2 F2 U
4. b' d2 u R2 B' F2 d' u F2 D' f F D d2 r D' R b' f2 D' B2 R b l' r b f U2 B u r d b l' R' u F U' l' r2
5. D' l2 b f U L' d' l2 r' d' u B' f' D2 U L' R' b2 r2 D r F2 d u l2 d L2 l2 D2 B2 F2 R d b2 u2 B' D2 b' F L

I like this idea, and I'll try to get time to do it this time around, but a couple of suggestions:
1. Use cstimer to generate 4x4 scrambles with standard notation.
2. Don't mandate solve order. I would do them in that order, but it shouldn't matter what you pick.
3. (Optional) instead of listing 5 2x2 scrambles, then 5 3x3, etc. rearrange the list to have relay 1, with 2x2, 3x3, and 4x4, then relay 2.

I like this idea, and I'll try to get time to do it this time around, but a couple of suggestions:
1. Use cstimer to generate 4x4 scrambles with standard notation.
2. Don't mandate solve order. I would do them in that order, but it shouldn't matter what you pick.
3. (Optional) instead of listing 5 2x2 scrambles, then 5 3x3, etc. rearrange the list to have relay 1, with 2x2, 3x3, and 4x4, then relay 2.

I like this idea, and I'll try to get time to do it this time around, but a couple of suggestions:
1. Use cstimer to generate 4x4 scrambles with standard notation.
2. Don't mandate solve order. I would do them in that order, but it shouldn't matter what you pick.
3. (Optional) instead of listing 5 2x2 scrambles, then 5 3x3, etc. rearrange the list to have relay 1, with 2x2, 3x3, and 4x4, then relay 2.