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When was your first 3BLD success?

adiwastu

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Oct 28, 2010
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14
Location
Indonesia
WCA
2011WAST01
[video]https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=144340735594373&l=4671337756170657848[/video]

pardon my reaction. i was 4 years ago :p OP/OP
 
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JemFish

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Jan 27, 2015
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338
Location
Sydney, Australia
My first 3BLD success was on the 19th of December, 2014 (which was my one and only success of 2014), with a time of 10:01.99 minutes. I used OP corners as well as OP edges.
 

WACWCA

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Jun 2, 2015
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712
Location
Maryland
WCA
2012CALL01
YouTube
Will Callan
IDK my first success but i do remember lots of memorizing. My first official attempt at Virginia open spring 2015 was off by an M move and the other one i messed up. Then i tried multi and did two but failed both. Finally at nationals i got two successes 4:14 and 4:24
 

bubbagrub

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Sep 22, 2013
Messages
406
Location
UK
WCA
2013COPP01
Few days after my 40th birthday.
Mine was also a "few" days after my 40th -- a hundred or so. But it was on an airplane flying from the US to the UK. I'd had partial successes with corners-only before that, but never a full BLD solve. I put on the blindfold they give you on the plane, and thought "well, I might as well just give it a go" and when I took it off, I was amazed to see that it was solved. That was 2014; I got my first official 3BLD and MBLD solves in a competition recently.
 

Thecuberrr

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Jan 5, 2016
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29
WCA
2016LANT01
YouTube
The Cubeitself
I still haven't had a successful solve because I don't know when I've memorised all of the pieces. Therefore, I never quite finish it or somehow solve it to much.
 
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