But for clock, you solve the clocks in the same order every time and the only difference is how much you turn it or if it's a skipwell clock has completely different functionality from a standard "twisty Puzzle". and by that logic solving a rubik's cube or even a 7x7 is the same, every time.
That's probably why my dad doesn't want me doing feet. I don't like it as an event anyway. It's more of a cool trick to show your friends.Only events that I do not like/think should be in WCA is clock and feet.
Clock is simply because it is not a twisty puzzle and so it does not belong in the WCA at its current state. It is currently the only non-twisty puzzle and so it is odd one out. If more non-twisty puzzles were to added, I may change my opinion because it will fit better and not be the odd event left out.
Feet because of sanitary reasons. Having people walk around bare foot, and then the scramblers, and judges have to touch the cube afterwards, and not to mention the timers and mats getting plenty of contact with feet. It also brings a negative side from the public and makes cubers in general look disgusting and leaves an overall bad impression in their minds.
hmm. Now I feel like I need a 5x5....I don't like pyraminx, solving it tires my hands a lot.
Also I HATE 4x4. When I was practicing 5x5 I was making almost same times. Also my mini aosu is quite bad.
Fun fact: I can't lookahead on 4x4, but I can throw it and make DNF every time (101% true)
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