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South Texas Open 2010

The3point14

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SA would be okay.

And Michael, I hope to see your 4 cube MBLD next time! :). Though I'm going to up my cube count too hehehe.

btw my 2 edges flipped on my 6/7 was pretty lousy too. :-D
Yeah, I'd like San Antonio. It's one of my favorite cities in Texas and it's not too far a drive from most of the areas our "regulars" are from.

I'll upload your 6/7 when I get a chance btw. You were one algorithm away from officially being Texas' best MultiBLD solver. :p lol.
Actually it wasn't the algorithm I forgot. I memorized the wrong sticker on the penultimate cubie on an edge cycle which flipped both of them :(. And you can do whatever with the video, its not essential that you upload it.

It's totally o.k. and I plan on trying 4 cubes next comp.
Fixed. And I'll be doing 4 times as many as you, so bring it on.
I'll be doing 8.

And Michael, I hope to see your 4 cube MBLD next time! :). Though I'm going to up my cube count too hehehe.

btw my 2 edges flipped on my 6/7 was pretty lousy too. :-D
You'll need to buy more cubes.

I have 16 useable ones I think, though I am interested in making your godhands cube. I'm not sure which I liked better yours or this Hai Yan cube that I think is incredible.

I'll be practicing untimed multis to increase my memory capacity, memo speed, and memo efficienty. So the next contest I won't be so safe and only do 7 cubes. I'm not doing 32 though, unless you or Anthony do it as well :).
 
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