Serious congratulations go to Tim Wong. He practiced a lot and definitely earned the NAR and second place spot. I am extremely lucky even to have this result.At the time, I thought this was the NAR, but Tim Wong beat it on the second attempt with a 20/23 in 57:51. I'm still happy with the result given that I don't practice Multi at home, and this was my largest attempt ever by three cubes. Memo took around 41:30, and I had absolutely no idea that I was so close to running out of time.
Here's a not sped up, but incomplete version:
Memo: Loci in rooms
Execution: Mostly 3-style, some M2/OP for flipped/twisted stuff and parity.
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