Thanks for the appreciation!Brest, if you have free time, can you try to reconstruct this?
If you can't, don't worry.
PS: You're doing an awesome job with all of these reconstructions
You could go to the video subforum and choose a solve from there. Or search on YouTube for a solve that you like. To start with, I'd recommend one with a good camera angle and good lighting.So I'm just starting out with reconstruction, anyone got some easy solves out there that I could try?
ToolsSo what's your process for doing this, Brest? What tools (if any) do you use?
Sure, I'll give it a go. Videos?If you're feeling masochistic, you can always reconstruct the solves from 1982, only 22.95 has been done so far. We can get you a higher quality video if you're up for that.
Hey Brest, I told you I had doubts about reconstructions, but after all, you may be right (nice work by the way).BigGreen - Average of 5: 9.51
1st solve - 10.02F2 B' L2 D U F2 B2 R D' R D' R' F2 R2 L' D2 U' R' D U2 B' D2 L R' B2
z' R' U' l' U' x // 1x2x2
R U R' r' F // 1x2x3
U' R' U r' U2' r' U' r // 1x2x2
R U2' r' U' R // 1x2x3
U' U U2 R U2' R' U2 R' F R F' // CMLL
M' U' M U' M U' M' U M' // EO + UL/UF
M' U2 M' U2' M U2 M2 U2 M U' // L3E
52stm / 10.02sec / 5.19tps
OMG you are Roux! Thank you very much for your comments, I am honoured.Hey Brest, I told you I had doubts about reconstructions, but after all, you may be right (nice work by the way).
BigGreen is wickedly fast, especially during LSE, where his tps bursts are hard to follow.I had problems to recognize:
U' M U' M U' M' U M'
M' U2 M' U2' M U2 M2 U2 M U'
because it's really hard to analyze... 27 HTM moves in 2.5 seconds! (too fast!)
and because I could not find any excuse for such a bad solution (too fast?)
=> U' M U' M U' M' U' M' U2 M2 U'
Yes, sure! That's what's matters in your work: Analysis of real solves....as are sequences that are not ideal solutions.
The solution you have suggested is certainly more efficient
Really? There seems to be dozens of method inventors on this forum!it is not often I get to 'chat' with the inventor of a method! :tu
"Slow down & look ahead" Vs "High tps Go!Go!Go!". It would be nice if there was a way to find the perfect balance between the two. I can only guess that with such fast turning it is common to miss an optimal solution; however there must be solves where it is not missed.Yes, sure! That's what's matters in your work: Analysis of real solves.
I was just saying that he is too fast on the video for me to understand what he does, and when I try my own solutions, they do not match. There's a possibility he was too fast to see some obvious options, and that's where your work is interesting.
*Challenge Excepted* Wait 100 solves?!? Maybe not! =)If you reconstruct a series of 100 solves from him, maybe we could show BigGreen how he could be faster. ;-)
That is true, and I meant no disrespect to the many cubing masters on this forum, but you invented Roux! You *are* Roux! ;-)Really? There seems to be dozens of method inventors on this forum!
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