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 Post subject: Slowsolver Query for Speedsolvers
PostPosted: Tue Sep 25, 2007 12:18 am 
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I would like to know how fast speedsolvers could solve the Cube using the method I describe on my website. The method I describe in detail attempts to explain how to do this with a minimum of memorizing. This solution is based upon Philip Marshall's Ultimate Solution as presented on Georges Helm's site. Like many of you, I have made modifications using other techniques that I have picked up here and there. I have only timed myself twice using this method. I am curious to know what the potential is for using this method. Can sub-60 solves be achieved? The personal bests I post in my sig will help explain why I am wondering how fast speedsolvers could solve the cube using this technique. Any takers?

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I average just under 30sec using this method.

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I have made a copy of my All Edges First page, that leaves out all the nonsense directed at beginners. It is a much more straightforward presentation of the method for people that don't have to be told what U means.

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Kirby has indicated that he can solve the cube using my variation of Philip Marshall's Ultimate Solution in 30 seconds. Thank you Kirby for the feedback.

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