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// 1st 2 centres / 3 cross dedges
U' r l D' x U r' // white
x' y' U r' R2 u' R2' u // yellow
x2' R2 U' r2 B // WR
L' U r2' 3r L U // WG
F' x r 3r' L' U // WB
// last 4 centres / finish cross
L U 3r2 L' l U 3r U r' 3r U' L' l r // orange
L' l r U2' r' 3r U2' r' // blue
3r U' r' U2 r // red / green
z' u R U R' u' D R' F R // WO
// finish edges
u' U y' U R' U' R // YO / YB
y' R U' R' // YG / OG
u L' U L U' R U' R' u' // YR
R U' R' u2 // RB
y' R U R' u' // OB / RG
// 3x3x3
U2 R U' R' y' U' R' U R // 1st pair
U2' R U R' U R U' R' // 2nd pair
y' U D R U2 R' U' R U R' D' // 3rd+4th pairs
U' F U R U' R' F' // OLL(CP)
U2' u2 r2 U2 l2 3l2' U2 r2 u2 // Pparity

That’s only half right. The result doesn’t say who is the best. However it definitely does show that max is also a contender for the top spot. So yes, it does matter since it shows many people can produce amazing results.