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Will somebody beat Zemdegs with 3x3 single?

EntireTV

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Aug 13, 2015
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Yes, Feliks eventually has to quit and he will get a life. And then there will be a new generation of cubers in about 10 years
 

turtwig

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Yes, Feliks eventually has to quit and he will get a life. And then there will be a new generation of cubers in about 10 years
Not necessarily. If anyone has the potential to be a professional cuber, it's him.
 

WaffleCuber

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Jun 13, 2017
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I think we need to put in perspective of how little the WR is away from being broken. Sub-6 is quite common at this point and if you think about it, a low sub-6, for example Keaton Ellis's 5.08, is actually super close to a WR. 00.35 seconds away. That is basically only off by maybe 1-2 extra turns or picking up and setting down cube slower. These things are what separates WR's, and really good solves. So yes, someone will definitely beat feliks in single, because most of the time, it judge comes down to tiny tiny mistakes people make.
 
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