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[AsR] Sean Patrick Villanueva 5.98 3x3 Average!

RedstoneTim

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Alex Lau and Kian really disapprove of this message.
They both without doubt are two of the most influential Roux solvers. I just wanted to stress that Sean with his accomplishment has again shown that you don't need CFOP to be fast, not that he was the one to prove Roux's potential. Sorry if this wasn't clear from my initial post.
 

waltermcy0110

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They both without doubt are two of the most influential Roux solvers. I just wanted to stress that Sean with his accomplishment has again shown that you don't need CFOP to be fast, not that he was the one to prove Roux's potential. Sorry if this wasn't clear from my initial post.
Plus Kian is still relevant for OH, he holds both WB rn
 

KAINOS

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Decided to give a shot at reconstruction for the first time, burned out after doing 3 solves in a row lmao
Massive respect to Brest who has been doing this for years...

Scramble: B R2 B D’ L’ B2 R2 F2 D L’ B2 D2 F’ L’ D F

x // Inspection

R’ U2 B2 R U’ R2 U F // FB (+SB pair) (8/8)

R’ U2 r’ R2 U’ R’ U’ R’ U R U’ R’ U R // SB (14/22)

U2 F U R U’ R’ U R U’ R2 F’ R U R U’ R’ // CMLL (16/38)

U’ M U2 M’ U’ M2 U’ M U2 M’ U’ M2 U’ M2 U2 M2 U’ M2 U’ // LSE (19/57) (should’ve been U’ M U2 M’ U M2 then 4c)

7.43STPS
Scramble: L2 D2 B U2 F2 L2 U L' D B' D' U' B2 F D' F R B2 R

x’ z2 // Inspection

R’ F R (U’ D) B (D’ U) // FB (8/8)

U’ r U R2 r’ U r U’ r U’ r’ // SB (11/19)

(U’ U) r' F' r U r U' r' F // CMLL (10/29)

U’ M U M’ U’ M U M’ U M2 U’ U2 M’ U2 M // LSE (14/43)

44ETM, 39STM (with cancellations) 6.82STPS
Scramble: B F' U2 L F2 R B D' B2 L' D' R2 B U2 F' U' R'

x’ z2 // Inspection

(D’ U’) F’ (D U) B // FB (6/6)

U’ R’ U2 R’ U R’ U’ R U’ R U r’ // SB (12/18)

U’ R’ F R U F U’ R U R’ U’ F’ // CMLL (12/30)

U’ M’ U2 M’ U2 M U M’ U’ U2 U2 M’ U2 M’ U2 // LSE (15/45)

45 ETM, 43 STM, 7.17STPS

You can find the rest of the solves on the video's comment section if you are curious.
 

OreKehStrah

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He was a CFOP user lmao. He needs an efficient method to make up for his high movecount
Not really. Plus efficiency and high move count contradict each other. Roux can be efficient but if you look at someone who just started using roux I guarantee you they won’t be magically efficient just because roux is “an efficient method.” I asked him why he uses Roux and he said he got bored with CFOP.
 
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