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Also Sawjo actually has a lot of subscribers too. (I don't understand why though)
E: 24,7xx to be exact, so he's at #9
Maybe he's big among polish youcubers.


Now, I keep losing the link and the search function isn't very useful. Can I have the link to the relative times for each WCA event? My friend wants to know the equivalents of sub-30 and sub-20 on 6x6. I will bookmark it this time XD


EDIT: where can I view the list of members sorted by posts per day?
 
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Do you guys read all the threads when you visit speedsolving.com again???
I check most of the How-to's, guides, etc./General Puzzle Discussion/Speedcubing Help/Questions/Constructive Speedcubing Discussion/Other Cubing-Related videos/Official WCA Competitions/Off-Topic Discussion/Help, support & suggestions sections, although I don't bother with the threads I don't care about (e.g. non-UK comps in the official WCA competitions section).
 
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I check most of the How-to's, guides, etc./General Puzzle Discussion/Speedcubing Help/Questions/Constructive Speedcubing Discussion/Other Cubing-Related videos/Official WCA Competitions/Off-Topic Discussion/Help, support & suggestions sections, although I don't bother with the threads I don't care about (e.g. non-UK comps in the official WCA competitions section).
Same, I don't even bother with the comp threads...
 
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Of course you can try to fix them.
It leads to an interesting point though. At what point are you not allowed to fix it anymore?

Obviously it you literally popped every piece out you wouldn't be allowed to fix it (I would think). If you popped like half of a 3x3 could you repair it?
It's probably just judge's discretion.
 
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D L B2 L F2 R2 B2 R' U2 B D' L' F L' D2 B L' D2 F2
D' L' B2 L' F2 R2 B2 R U2 B' D L F' L D2 B' L D2 F2

Take a look at these 2 scrambles. I've simply inverted every individual move of the scramble. Apart from the visual similarity, are these scrambles related in any way? Can one predict what the second scramble will be like given a picture of what the first scramble looks like?
 
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