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* [http://hi-games.net/cube-5x5x5/watch?u=920 Replay of Michal Halczuk's highscore of 49.44 sec using Reduction-Fridrich (5x5x5) ]
 
* [http://hi-games.net/cube-5x5x5/watch?u=920 Replay of Michal Halczuk's highscore of 49.44 sec using Reduction-Fridrich (5x5x5) ]
 
* [http://hi-games.net/cube-6x6x6/watch?u=920 Replay of Michal Halczuk's highscore of 1:31.83 sec using Reduction-Fridrich (6x6x6) ]
 
* [http://hi-games.net/cube-6x6x6/watch?u=920 Replay of Michal Halczuk's highscore of 1:31.83 sec using Reduction-Fridrich (6x6x6) ]
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* [http://hi-games.net/cube-8x8x8/watch?u=920 Replay of Michal Halczuk's highscore of 3:40.48 sec using Reduction-Fridrich (8x8x8) ]
 
* [http://hi-games.net/cube-8x8x8/watch?u=920 Replay of Michal Halczuk's highscore of 3:40.48 sec using Reduction-Fridrich (8x8x8) ]
  
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Revision as of 04:55, 18 May 2012

Michał Halczuk
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Michał Halczuk
Background Information
Alias(es):
Country: Poland
Born:
Occupation(s):
Years Active: 2006-present
WCA ID: 2006HALC01
Claim to Fame: Big cube WRs

Michał Halczuk (Full name Michał Józef Halczuk) is a Polish speedcuber best known for setting multiple world records in 6x6 and 7x7.

Michał is also a top computer big cube solver. He holds the best time on hi-games for 5x5 through 8x8.

Achievements

World Titles
Preceded by
None
7x7 Speedsolve World Champion
2009
Succeeded by
Bence Barát
2011

See also

External links

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