# What is your most memorable PB?

#### StachuK1992

##### statue
9.75
Cross was 4 moves.
First 3 pairs had no rations.
easy ELS -> (CLS + PLL) skip

#### Ingo

##### Member
My first sub 20, it was a 18.06 full step

#### Mollerz

##### Swag Overlord
My first sub-6 in clock, happened at competition and NR.

#### penguinz7

##### Member
23/23 mbld on first ever attempt at that many cubes
wat. How many had you tried before that?

#### imvelox

##### Member
.... or the official 3:58 7x7 solve, which was overall PB over 25 sec. with last 3 edges skip xD
wat?

#### QQW

##### Member
My 9.37 3x3 single. In competition. Average 17.5.

#### GoranRC

##### Member
Hey Guys! I've been cubing for Not long. And i just, JUST! Learned F2L, 2 days ago. Normally i used beginners method (Layer By Layer). My Beginner's PB is 1 minute 1 seconds. But now that i learned F2L I just have to practice and the time will launch up for sure

#### Genius4Jesus

##### Member
My first sub-30 on 4x4 or my sub-5 current 3x3 PB.

#### joshsailscga

##### Member
If I ever needed an argument for how efficient Roux is, it would be how relatively slowly you were turning for a sub-10 solve.

#### Hari

##### Member
Got this just now and beats my old 4BLD PB by 10 seconds.. Definitely my most memorable PB!
2:57.84[1:27.96] F2 Fw R L Uw' B L F R Uw' B' U' Rw' F' B2 Uw2 B' F D2 Fw F B' Uw B2 R' Fw2 U2 L' B Rw D Uw Fw2 D Uw R' L2 U2 Fw' F2

#### Berd

##### Member

Got it on the train back from a cube meet.

#### Myachii

##### Member
If I ever needed an argument for how efficient Roux is, it would be how relatively slowly you were turning for a sub-10 solve.
O.O What is this? Another person with a MORR ID??

#### theROUXbiksCube

##### Member
If I ever needed an argument for how efficient Roux is, it would be how relatively slowly you were turning for a sub-10 solve.
Yeah, I have a reconstruction of my low 9 and I had 4 tps maximum

#### anshspeedcuber

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When i got a new 2x2 PB today of 1.39 and when i got my first ever sub 1 solve on 3x3....i can't forget that reaction when i was running all around...hahahahahaha

#### LucidCuber

##### Member
First official Sub-10

9.99

#### joshsailscga

##### Member
O.O What is this? Another person with a MORR ID??
Yah man There's actually also another Josh Morrison who went to one comp in 2009.

#### IRNjuggle28

##### Member
My two most recent 5x5 PBs are by far the most memorable. Those two solves decreased my PB by 30 seconds total.

I usually break PBs by tiny, tiny amounts when I break them. I broke my 3x3 single PB close to 10 times over the course of 6 or so months, and that took it from mid 9 to 8.93. (It's 7.58 now, so I finally had a big jump, but point stands.) Even my 7x7 single PB, which should have bigger jumps compared to other events, usually decreases a second or two at a time.

5x5 is the one event for me to buck that trend. I've only broken my single PB twice in the last year, but it's been by huge amounts both times. My PB was 1:38, and I somehow got a 1:21 solve. I was more shocked and confused and worried that my timer had malfunctioned than I was happy at that time. Over the next 6 months, my global average improved more than 15 seconds, but I didn't beat the single. After what felt like forever, I broke that 1:21 single with a 1:08; another massive jump that skipped ever having a 1:1x.xx PB. Unlike the previous solve I mentioned, I could tell the solve was really fast throughout, and was thrilled. My PB went from 1:38 to 1:08 over the course of two PB solves. Crazy.

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#### TMOY

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Probably my 5/5 MBLD at Naoned Open 2010. I had never gotten better results than 2/2 before, my 3 cubes attempts at the previous three comps were all DNFs, and the only time I had attempted 5 at home, result was 1/5. I originally planned to attempt 3 once again, but we happened to be ahead of schedule, so I decided to try 5 just for fun: not only I got an unexpected success, but it was NR at that time (previous NR was 5/5 too but a bit slower).