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The Ultra Cubes Contest!

penguinz7

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Professor Pyraminx Mo3 - 5:51.43
1. 6:29.37
2. 5:59.82
3. 5:05.11

I actually really like this idea, but I think it would be better if you lowered the amount of solves. Two examples are: 2-11 Best of 2. I think this would be better as just one solve, because I imagine a 2-11 relay would take someone at least an hour. Second example is 2-7 relay Ao5. I'm guessing each one would take someone at least 10-15 minutes. that 50- 75 minutes for just one "event". If someone wanted to do multiple events, they would have to spend hours and hours on it. A really cool idea though. I think more puzzle types would be good, maybe some cuboids.. the only cuboid I have is a 3x3x9, although I would definitely enter if that was one of them.
 

brian724080

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I would do the 2x2-7x7 relay AO5, but that would literally take me an hour and a half (not including scrambling time). I think I'm better off just practicing 7x7 individually :(
 

penguinz7

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Idk about mastermorhpix, I don't think very many people own one, If I did I would probably enter though. Also the 3x3x9 I'm talking about is not shapeshifting it is this one. I also don't think it could be simulated with a 9x9. 3x3x9.png
 

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