# Reconstruction

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A **reconstruction** of a solve is an annotation of the exact moves performed by a cuber during a solve. Reconstructions are commonly broken apart into the sub steps of the Method used by the cuber. Reconstructions mainly serve the purpose of explaining what the solver did in detail and gathering statistics about Methods and Cubers.

Moves are usually counted in both STM and ETM. Although not required, movecount and time statistics are often added.

Some cubers known for doing many reconstructions are Lucas Garron, Michael Gottlieb, Stuart Clark, and especially Rob Stuart. The first two, however, are not very active anymore.

## Contents

## Example

A reconstruction of one of Feliks Zemdegs's 3x3x3 World Record solves by Rob Stuart: [1]

Scramble: B2 U L2 U R2 D2 B2 L2 R2 F' U' L2 R F' U L' B D F2 L y x2 // inspection L U F' R' u // cross R' U R // 1st pair L' U L U R U' R' U' R U R' // 2nd pair U y' U R U' R' U' L' U' L // 3rd pair U' R U' R' U R U' R' // 4th pair U R' U' F' U F R // OLL U' U' // AUF

## See also

- List of World Records (Reconstructions available on many solves)
- Speedcubedb
- CubeSolv.es
- STM
- ETM

## External links

### Collections of reconstructions

- Speedsolving.com: The Reconstruction Thread
- https://reco.nz/solve/index (reconstructions by Stewy, yomie, and others)
- Speedcubedb reconstructions (no longer available)
- Reconstruction Database
- r/econstructions subreddit
- Stuart Clark's r/Stewy_ subreddit with his reconstructions
- Antonio Kam Ho Tung's r/rouxles subreddit with his reconstructions
- Lucas Garron's reconstructions

### Tutorials and examples

- Speedsolving.com: Brest's reconstruction process
- Example reconstruction of an Ao12 by Brest

### Tools

- Stuart Clark's reconstruction sheet
- Speedsolving.com: Nachbildung (solve reconstruction tool)