|Rubik's Cube: Blindfolded|
|1||24.81 seconds||Ville Seppänen||Awesome! :D Scramble: F' L' U L' R' B R2 U' L' R D' U L2 R2 U2 R' D R D R' B2 D2 U L' R2||20090507|
|2||31.28 seconds||Rowe Hessler||got it racing with derrick. this record was unbelievable. and this time i actualy have the scramble! L2 R' D2 U B2 F' D F' L2 B' L' B2 F D B L2 B D B' F L D F' D U'|
i was less then 2 seconds away from sub 30 which i believe is my limit in BLDsolving. the memo on this was probably 10. i didnt look at the timer though but it was fast. NOS is in a week XD
|3||33.22 seconds||Alexander Yu||Ville speed much?|
12 second memo
freestyle for the ownage
|4||40.30 seconds||Milán Baticz||Used Ville Seppänen's scramble(27.39sec)(R B F R' D2 R D' U2 L B2 L R2 D U2 L2 R F2 L2 R2 F2 R U2 B U B).|
It was really easy I think. I used 16 moves to solve corners(approx 4-5 seconds). Edges were like usual. Memo was 13 seconds.
I use commutators to solve corners and 3-cycles for edges(without orientation).
Practise practise practise.
|5||42.81 seconds||Lin Tse-Kan||U' B' L' B2 U2 B L R' D' U' L' R B' F D2 U2 F R2 B2 F' U L2 R2 D2 F'|
memo 14 seconds
pretty easy for 3op UDLRF2B2 system
|6||48.11 seconds||Joey Gouly||Really easy solve, non-lucky. 2 edges placed. 1 correct corner. 2 corners permuted but incorrectly oriented.||20080325|
|7||49.78 seconds||Tomasz Korzeniewski||Freestyle edges and 3-cycle corners D SCRAMBLE: L2 F U2 L' F2 U' F' R' F' U2 F B2 R2 B2 D2 L2 U B2 D2 B' F' R U2 F2 L'||20080811|
|8||51.22 seconds||Kai Jiptner||Just a try on Dan Cohen's scramble.|
U' F' B' U D2 F U2 R2 F U' F B U F' U' B2 F U F B D2 U2 F R2 D
Done with my old standard system. My first sub 55 in ages. I'm experimenting with a 484 Images system and TuRBo edges and corners. But my times with it are in the 7min area D.
|9||52.15 seconds||Alex Cook||On the day that Rafal beat the official WR for 3x3 blind, I beat my PB! Non lucky, four misoriented corners, two permuted corners, and zero permuted edges. Memorization was 20 seconds, so the execution was really good at 32 seconds. :-)||20080608|
|10||52.97 seconds||Brian Yu||Really fast memorization, sub-20. Execution was great, no pauses at all, and the edges were done really quickly, corners pretty fast too. No parity.||20090507|
|11||55.01 seconds||Yu Nakajima||Video|
|12||55.75 seconds||Eric Limeback||FIRST SUB-1 EVER! Beat my old PB by 15 seconds :D|
Done with Old Pochmann for corners M2 for edges. Completely non-lucky solve - only one piece (corner) solved no others were even unoriented.
Edge+Corner memo were both ~10 seconds each
= 20 second memo.and M2 is FAST. here I come NR :D
|13||55.88 seconds||Derrick Eide||YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!|
I WAS SPAZZING LIKE NO OTHER!
here is the scramble! )
B' R2 D2 B F D2 U' L F' D2 R' L B U' D2 R' U' D' R' U' B' D L' U D'
Totally not lucky!!
Memo was: Corners:BGWWOW/A
Edges: ELRF VZKD MB
woo hoo!! SUB 1!! YEAH! D
|14||58.33 seconds||Jean Pons||M2 R2 non lucky 25 s memo very fast solve||20080626|
|15||1 minute 0.76 seconds||Pedro Santos||L2 U2 R2 L' B2 R2 B2 U' L2 B2 D L2 R2 U' F2 U L U L D' U' R B2 L2 D'|
Yeah! Almost sub-60! 27 memo
And execution was flawless :D
|16||1 minute 2.00 seconds||Yuusuke Koike||Scramble:F2 D2 L R2 B2 U L B2 L U R' F2 L2 B2 U2 F' U D L U R U L' B' D Use 3-cycle method without EO. CO was quite easy. This is my best time of non-luckey case. (My best time of luckey is 48.23)||20080224|
|17||1 minute 2.97 seconds||Bertalan Bodor||My previous record was 1:13.18 so I was surprised on this time. Before this I had two sub-70-DNF solves but it's almost sub-1:D I'm so happy. Two edges and one corners were in their place (I think it's not lucky). Memo was around 30 (not too fast) but the solve was very fast. Here is the scramble: U2 B' L' B' F U' B' D' U2 L' F' U' F R B' F2 L R B2 F2 U B F D' B'||20080721|
|18||1 minute 7.80 seconds||Lucas Garron||Video|
My BLD pages
I'm practicing 4x4x4 BLD and experimenting with freestyle 3x3x3 edges, and it's decreasing my memo times in general.
|19||1 minute 7.81 seconds||Chi Chu||The 3rd time sub 70. Maybe 25 seconds for memory.|
The average time is still not good for me.
I need more practice.
|20||1 minute 12 seconds||David Orser||Nice setup for my method (modified Carr method). Good solving setup + easy to memorize (not always the same thing). 5 corners unoriented, 10 edges flipped, 0 corners placed correctly, 1 edge placed correctly. 109 turns.||20061114|
|21||1 minute 13.93 seconds||Dan Cohen||F' B2 D2 L' D' L2 B' D2 B U2 F' L D2 U' B R2 L2 B R D' U' L2 R D L2|
Very easy. No parity. Was able to use commutators for some corners.
|22||1 minute 14.97 seconds||Phil Thomas||Using Tomazs'z scramble (L2 F U2 L' F2 U' F' R' F' U2 F B2 R2 B2 D2 L2 U B2 D2 B' F' R U2 F2 L')|
|23||1 minute 15.33 seconds||Balázs Bernát||with a big mixture of methods. corners: old pochmann and 3cycle. edges: M2 and an easy case from TuRBo. it's good that i recognised them fast :)||20080227|
|24||1 minute 15.64 seconds||Jason Baum||I finally made the switch to M2 edges and it has done wonders to my BLD solving. My consistency is way up and I can almost always sub 2 now. One of my longest goals has been to be able to sub 1 BLD and I can finally feel it within my range! I just have to work on memo a bit more.||20081119|
|25||1 minute 17 seconds||Marcus Stuhr||http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=8146192589513694701||20061223|
|26||1 minute 17.84 seconds||Sinpei Araki||L2 R D' U2 R2 B2 U F2 L B' L2 R2 B2 D L2 R B F' L2 B2 F2 R2 D2 F2 U2|
CO + EO is very easy
This Scramble almost lucky. First Sub 80.
|27||1 minute 18.05 seconds||Andy Tsao||Easy scramble = sub-80.||20061023|
|28||1 minute 18.31 seconds||Toshihiro Oono||n/a||20070312|
|29||1 minute 20.09 seconds||Tim Habermaas||F U L2 B D R2 B' R2 D' U2 R D2 F2 U F2 R' B' U D' F B2 R2 B U2 L2|
2 edges and 1 corner already done. I tried to memorize as fast as possible(31s) and surprisingly i could recall everything without delays :). I hope i can become as fast as Kai someday.
|30||1 minute 21 seconds||Edouard Chambon||Just wanted to post because I stopped practicing. Method Old Pochmann. Not lucky at all. Did that while drinking beers in Madrid with Samuel near Sheriff's house !!||20080721|
|31||1 minute 21.40 seconds||Johannes Laire||I used Pedro's scramble, technically not lucky but really easy. It took 25 seconds to memorize, 8 to check everything, and 48 to solve. Believe it or not, this is my first succesful sub-2!|
F' L R' D2 U B F2 L B2 D U' F L2 F R L F R2 D2 R L2 F B2 L' B'
|32||1 minute 23.90 seconds||Takuma Akutsu||L2 R' D B' L F2 R' U L2 B U2 R D2 L2 F2 U B2 R L2 U' B D B2 L2 F2|
BLD was done after a long time. Then, the new high was able to be put out mysteriously.
|33||1 minute 25.39 seconds||Ryosuke Higo||n/a||20070404|
|34||1 minute 26.63 seconds||Anthony Searle||This was an awesome solve. Nonlucky, only 1 corner and 1 edge solved. Here's the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkgcZ9Lt5_0|
I used M2 and Old Pochmann Corners.
|35||1 minute 27.68 seconds||Daniel Lundwall||Easy but non-lucky solve. :d||20080624|
|36||1 minute 29.12 seconds||Olivér Perge||Finally sub-90! :) Not lucky but easy to memorize. Memorization was around 25 seconds, my execution is getting better and better. Now my times mostly under 2 minutes.||20071208|
|37||1 minute 29.94 seconds||Ryosuke Mondo||Yeah! Sub90!|
|38||1 minute 31 seconds||Shotaro Makisumi||About 40 sec memo in this solve. I can do near 2 min regularly on nice solves, but bad CO is bad news for me. I want to be 10 again. ;)||20050628|
|39||1 minute 37 seconds||Josh Berg||hOW did i get this???? im barely consistant and i average 4:30 if i even get it right, but sub-2 out of the blue||20080318|
|40||1 minute 37.59 seconds||Mike Hughey||Scramble: U R2 F L U F' L U' B' D' F' R B2 U2 R2 B2 D R F B L2 F2 D U F|
Just a little over 30 seconds memorization time.
A really easy scramble for M2 edges / 3OP corners.
|41||1 minute 38.21 seconds||Justin Adsuara||Really easy, but not lucky.||20071209|
|42||1 minute 39.58 seconds||Ouyang Yunqi||My first time sub-110,and it happened in Beijing Spring Open 2008,I'm very excited.It's interesting that I did 4:24 last year and I got a second, but for this, I was just the fourth.||20080505|
|43||1 minute 40.17 seconds||Tyson Mao||R2 B' U2 B2 R' B' D2 L' B2 U L2 B R2 D' U F' L' D' L' D R' F D F' B' about 39 seconds of memorization||20050929|
|44||1 minute 41.61 seconds||Erik Akkersdijk||Done while racing on the webcamchat witnessed by like 10 people. Scramble: R' F' L' R2 U' F' U' L B U' R L B U D2 L' F' L' D2 L' D' L' D U' R'|
Crazily good for me! I'm definatly improving now! My 5th sub-2
Next is sub-1:30??? I need a better corner system and better memo.
De base fils!
|45||1 minute 44 seconds||Dennis Strehlau||Yes!!|
Third time under 2 minutes!!
1:48 min, 1:52 min and now 1:44 min!!
I am so happy!!:):):)
|46||1 minute 44.92 seconds||Piotr Frankowski||n/a||20070620|
|47||1 minute 44.97 seconds||Wuqiong Fan||Memorized in 50 seconds. I'm now averaging around 2:40.|
U' F' B' U D2 F U2 R2 F U' F B U F' U' B2 F U F B D2 U2 F R2 D
|48||1 minute 45.82 seconds||Damian Myob||New personal best!|
I got lucky got to skip last move, the move was done by itself.
|49||1 minute 46.31 seconds||Clément Gallet||With two 1:47 the same day. I just improved my OC method, and memorisation is getting faster and faster.||20070828|
|50||1 minute 50.94 seconds||Gilles van den Peereboom||Using Pochmann v1 method, with parity.|
1:30 is possible with this method ^^
|51||1 minute 51 seconds||François Sechet||Did it a few days before EC06. time was 1:51.xx, but my computer crashed inbetween and I couldn't retrieve the exact time. I did other sub2 since.||20061023|
|52||1 minute 55.53 seconds||Piotr Kózka||I have to work on my memo. It is still around 1 minute.||20080403|
|53||1 minute 57.90 seconds||Tim Sun||According to the rules, this just fits under non-lucky. :P|
CO: 3 corners done
EO: 8 corners done
CP: 2 corners done
EP: 4 corners done
|54||1 minute 58.33 seconds||Dakota Harris||http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QcJY7xPrIA||20080519|
|55||1 minute 58.93 seconds||Péter Trombitás||yeaaah sub2 mins!! it was the only practising solve at Galanta Open cause I didn't want DNFs. and i couldnt make better:) at the competition my best was 2:40 what is a normal solve for me. but this. 30sec for memo using old pochmann for corners and something 3cycle for edges:D||20090214|
|56||2 minutes 00.06 seconds||Mats Bergsten||n/a||20090507|
|57||2 minutes 2.61 seconds||Jacco Krijnen||~40 seconds memo, using old Pochmann. Done at Mats' place.||20080507|
|58||2 minutes 3.47 seconds||François Dellacherie||Memo = 44 secs. After a one year break, I decided to work on BF seriously. I don't stop during execution (usually 1'20"). I use a "modified" Pochmann system. Memo for edges is around 20-30 secs now, and memo for corners is between 20 secs and 1'30 depending on a number of factors. Customization of the Pochmann method can "easily" lead to sub-1'30'' (but not for slow cubers like me).||20060527|
|59||2 minutes 3.68 seconds||Joël van Noort||This was very unexpected, I was in the train, practicing. After doing well in the BLD event in Germany, I decided to try a few solves, and I got this time the second attempt. I was very surprised to see I almost broke 2 minutes!||20070502|
|60||2 minutes 4 seconds||Antoine Simon-Chautemps||Au retour des vacances.||20070831|
|61||2 minutes 4.09 seconds||Danyang Chen||this isn't my best score. yesterday one of my friend told me that i could post my score on this website. so i trained for about ten times and this score is the best one of them. i am a cuber from china. and now i am a student of jinan university in guangzhou. there are many other cubers in china now. this video had been recorded about 10 days ago.||20060309|
|62||2 minutes 7.56 seconds||Trevor Davila||Yeah. Click here to watch the video.||20070620|
|63||2 minutes 8.30 seconds||Milo DiPaola||OP 3-cycle. No parity, 2 corners placed. hmm when should I switch method.||20080411|
|64||2 minutes 10.19 seconds||Takuma Shirahase||B2 U' B U' B' L2 D L' B U2 L' D2 L2 U2 L F L D' B2 L2 F L' U' L2 B2|
|65||2 minutes 11.00 seconds||Bernett Orlando||memorisation + solving time.||20070806|
|66||2 minutes 11.55 seconds||Tomás Mansilla||Hi, I'm Tomás and I'm from Argentina. I think I'm the first person here who is able to solve the cube blindfolded.||20050904|
|67||2 minutes 11.56 seconds||Shelley Chang||0:49 memorization, 1:22 execution||20051128|
|68||2 minutes 12.02 seconds||Arif Julian||My 3rd sub 3 minutes solve after switch to M2+pochmman. I want to get sub 2 PB and sub 2:30 average. and I usually get what I want ) My Indonesian Cube site||20090201|
|69||2 minutes 15.88 seconds||Alexei Gousev||This was a very easy solve, both to memorize and execute. I normally get like 3:30. I probably won't beat this for a while.||20061204|
|70||2 minutes 16.97 seconds||Harris Chan||U L' U2 F' R' F2 U' B' F' D2 L' B F D2 R D' U B F D L B2 F' D U2|
There were 3 correctly positioned edges (but one of them was incorrectly orientated). The Corner orientation was easy and the perm wasn't too bad. I might have been able to do faster.Using Old Pochman and Corner cycle (may be I will switch to M2?)
|71||2 minutes 19 seconds||Dror Vomberg||n/a|
|72||2 minutes 19.39 seconds||Yuji Suse||U F' L' B' F' L' R D F L2 D B2 F L' F' B2 D B' R2 L2 B' L2 U F U2||20060310|
|73||2 minutes 19.65 seconds||Craig Bouchard||I started blindfold on sunday its now Friday.hehe.6 corners 8 edges to solve. Using Stefan's Method. Corners: A fire started on the beach as the sunset and a campino was eaten on the Red Green show (latest piece solves itself). I don't use a story for edges. I got a sub-2 but it was lucky.||20060311|
|74||2 minutes 22.73 seconds||Stefan Pochmann||Catching up a little.|
[I want a flying pony]
|75||2 minutes 23.57 seconds||Ruben Geels||should have used a better cube, almost popped.||20070707|
|76||2 minutes 25.61 seconds||Patrick Jameson||yay! Not lucky, just easy shapes. :) I'm happy.||20080312|
|77||2 minutes 29.39 seconds||Daniel Beyer||Set 20061128:|
Preceded by a 2:32.xx solve for Ryan's BLD comp
|78||2 minutes 29.77 seconds||Enrique Flores||B2 L R' B U' R B U2 D' F2 L' U D' B U' L' R' F' U' D L U2 R' D F2|
YES!!!!!!! sub 2:30!!!! i use 3 cycle freestyle.
|79||2 minutes 33.21 seconds||Tatsuya Ookubo||F2 D2 R' D L' R' D' R' L D' U B2 U' B D' U' F U2 L2 B' D2 U' F R2 L'||20061223|
|80||2 minutes 34.46 seconds||Ian Winokur||U2 R L D R2 D2 F D2 B2 F2 D2 B U' L' R' B L2 U' D F2 D F' D R L'||20081010|
|81||2 minutes 35.57 seconds||Patrick Lam||I'm getting more accurate now..I have about a 80% success rate with blindfold. I hope to be able to get it around 95% in the next couple months. Thnx to Stefan's method.||20060402|
|82||2 minutes 35.98 seconds||Teruki Miyazaki||This is the first time to get under 3 minutes.||20060816|
|83||2 minutes 37.19 seconds||Tim Reynolds||Wow. Best time by 14 seconds. Non-lucky, but easy: Edges were two easy three-cycles and an easy five-cycle; Corners were a nasty four cycle and a swap which were easy to remember; 6 corners twisted counter-clockwise, 8 edges flipped. Didn't check memo time, but solve time felt way, way faster than usual.||20070411|
|84||2 minutes 38.81 seconds||Kyle Allaire||trust the cube. it can't lie.||20051127|
|85||2 minutes 40.56 seconds||Gábor Schmíz||Unfortunately I didn't save the scrambling algorythm. The memorization went pretty well it took about 1:05-1:10 to memorize it and the rest was the solving. I'm using a simple TLY-method. [invented by Stefan Pochmann afaik]||20080120|
|86||2 minutes 46.64 seconds||Thomas Kohn||memorization was 1:06.24. but time to don the blindfold must be added, because I only closed my eyes. my first sub-3-time!! now I can try to average sub3! memorization could be faster.||20060426|
|87||2 minutes 51.70 seconds||Mátyás Kuti||Using Stefan's method. Chek the video: http://users.atw.hu/shaipo/MOV00380.MPG||20060830|
|88||2 minutes 53.88 seconds||Casey Pernsteiner||This was an easy solve, but not lucky. I think memorization took about 1 minute 20 seconds.||20060102|
|89||2 minutes 56.86 seconds||James Stuber||First time under 3 minutes. I use CO, 3-cycle corners, then Pochmann Style edges+parity fix. Memorization can be much better (I use purely visual memorization)|
|90||2 minutes 58 seconds||Anssi Vanhala||Memorization took about 1:25.||20051224|
|91||3 minutes 2.46 seconds||Mateus Moitinho de Almeida||About 1:15 to memorize, 1:45 to solve. My goal is sub2:30 and a 99% accuracy.||20060823|
|92||3 minutes 5 seconds||Olivier Mesado||I still make too much mistakes. I would like to improve it but I don't have the time to practice..||20051113|
|93||3 minutes 5.03 seconds||Thom Barlow||Qbar va guvf jrrxf oyvaqsbyq pbagrfg. Sha :) xvewnin naq ebg13 ner unccl sebz gur 2k2k2 HJE V whfg frg gb qb nalguvat ryfr abj|
D2 U F' U B F2 D2 L' U R2 U' L B' L' B' F' L' R B F2 U2 R U L B'
|94||3 minutes 5.86 seconds||Andy Pitts||1:40 to memorize and the rest to solve|
Never get to practice this
|95||3 minutes 7.31 seconds||Vicente Albíter||I was feeling fine that day =D||20080701|
|96||3 minutes 9 seconds||Thomas Rouault||D2 F2 L B' D2 F' L' D' R2 B2 U L U' L R' F' D U' L F' L2 B' L F2 R|
Not a lucky case according to Ron's rules. I can do better, I'd like to leapfrog with keylie but he seems so far! [Absolut team member]
|97||3 minutes 11.63 seconds||Peter Greenwood||I'm happy with it. For now. [Team Epsilon] My cubing page||20080224|
|98||3 minutes 12.38 seconds||Emile Compion||F' B' D' L B F' L2 U2 R U B2 R2 B2 L2 R2 B2 R2 D' B U2 L' D' B2 R B|
By no means an easy solve, but my memorization was fast none the less! :D
|99||3 minutes 14.19 seconds||Mats Luthman||B' F2 U' F2 D' U L2 R D' U' B2 F2 U F L R' D2 U L' R2 D' U R' D' U'||20080814|
|100||3 minutes 16.09 seconds||Gunnar Krig||Finally a record. I've had seven DNFs in arow and several of them were below my old PB. This is a record with 15s.||20081127|
|101||3 minutes 17 seconds||Erik Duncan||Watch it on video here||20070618|
|102||3 minutes 18.02 seconds||Mike Davis||I've only been blind solving for like 3 weeks or a month so I am happy with 75 second memo. : )|
See video here: 3:18.02
|103||3 minutes 18.38 seconds||Jack Moseley||I tried going back to normal three cycle, and this is what happened. Memorization in about 1:45.||2071016|
|104||3 minutes 18.99 seconds||Alex Seidler||I used to think sub-5 was GREAT, now I have my goal set at sub-3. :]|
I don't remember the real time, so I added the .99
|105||3 minutes 22.12 seconds||Bob Burton||I had several solves that just missed by orientation that were under 4 minutes, so I was excited when this one actually was solved. Visit my site.||20070501|
|106||3 minutes 24.89 seconds||Isaac Wappes||WOW. This is about a minute faster than my previous record! Memo was about 1:39. The scramble was B' D B' R L' B2 D' R2 F' D2 L U' F B' D F2 R2 B' F2 L' D' B2 R L' D. I love taking off the blindfold and seeing the cube solved.||20071215|
|107||3 minutes 24.90 seconds||Sachin Shirwalkar||R U2 B2 R2 D' L D2 U' L' F' R U2 B L' D' R B' F2 D F R' F2 R D' R2 . Not lucky. Just the previous day i had my first sub-4min time of 3 mins 54 seconds and today have cut it by exactly 30 seconds! I had many close tries but never could make it under four and now suddenly such a great time! wierd. Check my site.||20051111|
|108||3 minutes 25.46 seconds||Masayuki Akimoto||Did this for Sunday contest on May 9. According to the recent definition, this was not lucky case but not complicated. My second best is 5 min.|
|109||3 minutes 31 seconds||Kyal Shepard||Haven't done blindfolded cubing for about 5 years, but getting back into it now.||20070922|
|110||3 minutes 31.75 seconds||Johannes Neumann||Im not sure whether this was a lucky case or not; B' R U F' R B2 R2 F U D B R' B' U B' R' U' F R2 B R F' L2 R' F2|
Using Pochmann's System
|111||3 minutes 36.61 seconds||Alex Kumaki||Done while randomly timing myself.||20080502|
|112||3 minutes 37.80 seconds||David Bergman||n/a||20060210|
|113||3 minutes 41.32 seconds||Eric Hatch||i finally getting near 100% accuracy and the memorization is becoming much easier, i dont even think in numbers any more i do it all wish fingure movements|
much thanks to tyson's and macki's methods
|114||3 minutes 42.56 seconds||Fabricio Gama||n/a||20080513|
|115||3 minutes 43 seconds||Simon Wesley||This is not the end.|
|116||3 minutes 45.19 seconds||J.B. Cańares||No parity. I suck at blindfold.||20080429|
|117||3 minutes 45.23 seconds||Alex Bailey||improving, very easy memo||20080818|
|118||3 minutes 45.84 seconds||Olivier Gaucher||20050816|
|119||3 minutes 52.82 seconds||Henrik Buus Aagaard||wow this is my first time under 4 min even first under 4 min 30. Pochmann method had to do 16 algs for edges, flipping takes a few. No corners correct. Memo in about 2 min 30 execution the rest.||20070518|
|120||3 minutes 53 seconds||Brent Morgan||First, annual, University High School Talent Show, on stage, and nerve-racking. I was the only one to earn a 'standing ovation' and it was just classic of all time. Thanks for everyone being there, and people were just too amazed :D. Someone made a video of it, and I will surely try to load it online asap. Yes!! . I will now retire with the cube until school is over, respectively. My site!!!||20040331|
|121||3 minutes 55.13 seconds||Josh James||The corner orientation was not so hard, but still, this is two minutes faster than my previous best, so I'm thrilled!||20071216|
|122||3 minutes 57 seconds||Ron van Bruchem||Practice makes perfect. Next goals are sub 3 minutes, and close to 100% accuracy.|
|123||3 minutes 57.45 seconds||Matt Wallisa||n/a||20060311|
|124||3 minutes 58.89 seconds||Ou Chen||Done on the bus on the way to school. Double edge swap at the end definitely slowed me down.||20080624|
|125||3 minutes 59 seconds||Thomas Bischof||U2 R' F' U' R2 L' U R' L2 F' R' U' F2 D' F2 D2 B D R' D2 L' U' B F U'|
A lovely scramble, and my sixth successful blindfold solve.
|126||4 minutes 3.59 seconds||Kĺre Krig||U' B2 F D' F D F2 D' U2 L' D2 B' F U2 L B' R' F2 D' U L2 R' B' D F'||20070704|
|127||4 minutes 7.60 seconds||Dan Harris||www.cubestation.co.uk - happy cubing everyone, keep motivated!||20060424|
|128||4 minutes 9.74 seconds||Andrew Nelson||gahahahahahaha, this puts me faster than leyan lo!||20070617|
|129||4 minutes 11.48 seconds||Leyan Lo||U' R2 U' R2 L2 U' B2 U' L' D2 R2 F2 L B2 U' B' R B' U2 B L' D' F' R' U.||20050107|
|130||4 minutes 22 seconds||Richard Carr||Details of my system see my site.|
|130||4 minutes 22 seconds||Etienne Jones||n/a||20040611|
|132||4 minutes 26 seconds||Will Klausler||by the time i updated this, i got this time again!||20090214|
|133||4 minutes 28.68 seconds||Andrew Roley||I just went for broke; this was a decently easy memo for Pochmann system, and I felt satisfied with just giving the corners a once over. I found that it is easier just to shove the setup moves into the front of your mind for just long enough to do the alg rather than try to memorize them by doing them multiple times.||20070529|
|134||4 minutes 29 seconds||Roland Kovács||I want to get sub4 for Hungarian Open. Used TLY method||20081009|
|135||4 minutes 34 seconds||Anton Rostovikov||n/a||20080724|
|136||4 minutes 34.13 seconds||Alexej Reimer||U B' D L' F R' B' F D U2 F U F D R2 F2 R F2 B D' U F2 B' L' D'||20070816|
|137||4 minutes 35.34 seconds||Ton Dennenbroek||Done at a cube meeting at my placem I am so happy!||20080301|
|138||4 minutes 40.58 seconds||Guanyang Yu||My very first blindfold solve. Many thanks to Tyson Mao for instructions and guidance.||20071121|
|139||4 minutes 41 seconds||Carlos Angosto||Hi I'm from spain. Memorization time very bad and final parity case. Next week I'll do my first official attempt.|
|140||4 minutes 46 seconds||Alex Courrau||Awesome solve! Good memorize time + new corner method.|
Definitely can go faster.
|141||4 minutes 46.31 seconds||Bill McGaugh||F D' R' U' L2 F L U2 D F U' F L2 D B U B F2 U2 L' R' F2 R2 U' R2|
Used the system described at my blindfold page.
|142||4 minutes 49.95 seconds||Johan Hillerström||hihi, this felt really great ! :)||20051114|
|143||4 minutes 51 seconds||Hans van der Zijden||I am afraid that my brain and fingers are to slow to go much faster. Have to learn more algorithms.||20051031|
|144||4 minutes 53.83 seconds||Back Tae-Young||Scramble : B2 R2 F D L2 U' F2 R L' D' F2 U2 L2 U' L' R' B2 U L2 U R' F2 D' U F // Check out this video||20070412|
|145||4 minutes 57 seconds||David Wesley||After less than two weeks of blindfolding with numbers. I think that 3 mins is possible some time in the future.|
|146||4 minutes 58.03 seconds||Ronald Herbert Dunphy||closer.||20070918|
|147||4 minutes 59.39 seconds||Chris Hunt||D F B' L' B2 U' D2 B R2 F2 L' U2 F2 B U' D' B2 D U2 L2 U2 F' U' B F2 An easy one!||20051017|
|148||5 minutes 4 seconds||Karlson Pfannschmidt||In my holidays I had much free time to do blindsolves. The scramble was neither easy nor very hard, so I think faster times are possible.|
Thanks to Johannes Neumann for his tips.
|149||5 minutes 9 seconds||Alex Lockwood||AHH man this was tough. Memorization time about 1:27, execution time was about 3:12ish.|
My method is at http://www.cubefreak.net
|150||5 minutes 18.98 seconds||Sien Y. Tan||First sub 5.5 min! Nearly had a sub-5 but I DNF-ed.|
R' F' U2 R2 D2 U' B' F' D' U2 F R D U2 L' R U' B' F' D2 U2 R' B2 F U
Used beginner's T-perm method.
|151||5 minutes 23 seconds||Subhaan Mufid||n/a||20080624|
|152||5 minutes 30 seconds||Tobias Daneels||Good solve, I've been blindsolving with Pochmann's method for 2 weeks now and this is the best for now.|
Can't wait for competition to trie this.
|153||5 minutes 32 seconds||Brian Kim||n/a||20060203|
|154||5 minutes 40.38 seconds||John Louis||I did 10 solves 3*3*3 bld today. The best I got was this. My fingering is very very poor and not at all no where near world class. I have to improve my memorisation time also. I am enjoying it.||20061001|
|155||5 minutes 58.72 seconds||Michael Fung||Timed with "The ultimate Rubik's cube® timer version 2.1". I used CO, EO, CP and EP. The scramble: B'R'FL2RFLULF'LB'L2BU2L'URB'L2D2LR'U2B2.||20051112|
|156||6 minutes 5.53 seconds||Joshua Woelmer||Done while practicing for the Wisconsin Open. Really easy corners, somewhat easy edges.||20081005|
|157||6 minutes 11.37 seconds||David Aguila||Great considering the last time I timed myself it was about|
12min. I hope to get somewhere between 4:30 and 5min.
|158||6 minutes 16.09 seconds||Justin Cańares||burger!||20080608|
|159||6 minutes 18 seconds||Andrew Webber||I'm Excited.||20070222|
|160||6 minutes 21.41 seconds||Marc van Beest||Done after 2 weeks of not BLD. Getting faster with memorizing the cube :D||20061016|
|161||6 minutes 22.03 seconds||Vicente Lorenzo Cabahug||i can already average 5minutes with Blindfold but it would always be an DNF! but at least i got this one solved.||20090308|
|162||6 minutes 46 seconds||Michael Atkinson||My next goal is under five minutes.|
|163||6 minutes 48.49 seconds||Doug Li||My first timed and successful blindfold attempt in a very long time. I used the 2nd generation stackmat timer I recently got.||20051126|
|164||6 minutes 51.55 seconds||Anthony Benis||I recently picked 3x3x3 BLD up after taking a very long break (couple of months.) from it. I used to be solving in 13+ minutes, now I'm solving in 7 - 9 minutes. I've improved my memory method and parities are no problem now. I think my times are okay for the 10 minute limit in competition, I would just be happy solving it officially let alone getting a good time. This solve had memo done at about 3 1/2 minutes (I like to go over everything just incase) and I take my time when actually solving. I think if I get more confident that I actually memorized everything the first time through and go a little faster, I can see sub 5 1/2 minutes coming!||20070830|
|165||7 minutes 8.03 sec||Pranav Maneriker||After a lot of DNF's , some which were just a cycle away from being completed, finally got my first solve.I use Pochmann with some adjustments.I am 14 years and 6 months old.||20090507|
|166||7 minutes 31 seconds||Eirik Strřm||Ha ha||20080118|
|167||7 minutes 35.06 seconds||Ravi Fernando||This was my second successful attempt (after a 9:37.39 last October; I haven't tried since then). Now I get my revenge for 14 consecutive DNFs before I solved a cube blindfold. :D My site. [Team Epsilon]||20060116|
|168||7 minutes 40.45 seconds||Lance Taylor||My first successful BLD solve not lucky. Expect me to get faster. = D|
Here's the video! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LbS52OG9lfQ
|169||7 minutes 47.81 seconds||Cameron Webley||"Rudolph, we've finally found out why your nose is red." "Is it happiness?" "No, It's a malignant tumor."|
|170||8 minutes 0.16 seconds||Arthur Adams||Finally. ;)||20081127|
|171||8 minutes 2.95 seconds||Tim Chong||Hey it worked!||20080812|
|172||8 minutes 22.29 seconds||Christophe Woittequand||First time sub 10 minutes . but memorization in 4'15 and solving in 4'07. too slow||20060802|
|173||8 minutes 38.46 seconds||Timmie Wong||This was one of my first few successful solves, too! It was a pretty easy case, if I can remember correctly.now I just gotta get my memorization down consistenly. <(x_x)>||20050418|
|174||8 minutes 45 seconds||Andrea Santambrogio||n/a||20090510|
|175||9 minutes 15.81 seconds||Adrian St. John||Thanks Bill McGaugh for starting me on my way, but now it's on to Richard Carr and the Revenge!||20071201|
|176||9 minutes 22.40 seconds||Luc Ye||that's my first cube blindsolved.. i'm too happy!!||20051128|
|177||9 minutes 30.10 seconds||Eric Dietz||Gravity - it's what makes the world go 'round.|
Note from Ron: this is actually Eric's average of 10 cubes.
|178||9 minutes 42.84 seconds||Robert Schlicht||First time blindsolving with a timer. The time would have probably been sub-9 if I hadn't been so distracted by the ticking of my dad's clock.||20080624|
|179||9 minutes 59 seconds||Mike Kotch||my 3rd solve ever ... sub 10!||20090507|
|180||10 minutes 9.14 seconds||Yuto Hosokawa||U R' L2 U L D R2 D B U2 R2 D2 F B' R' D L F' B U2 D2 L2 F2 D2 R2|
I do my best more.
|181||10 minutes 55 seconds||Joe Allen||Done in the library while "studying" for an o-chem exam, this was my first time completing the solve after months of practicing different systems and I'm just glad there was someone else there to witness and time me. 5:55 to memorize, 5:00 to solve.||20040301|
|182||11 minutes 44.81 seconds||Brian Le||Finally did a blindfold solve! Did it in the car trip on the way back home from camping for orientation.||20070829|
|183||12 minutes||Joseph Böhm||i think my fifth succesful attempt||20080330|
|184||12 minutes 6.66 seconds||Bruno Azevedo||yeah, my first sub 15 minutes solve! memorize: 5 minutes solve : 7.06 minutes||20051129|
|185||13 minutes 29 seconds||Benoît Fontaine||It is the first time that I made a success of ^^||20051110|
|186||13 minutes 41.16 seconds||Abel Brata||My third BLD solve||20061122|
|187||13 minutes 51 seconds||Ben Marx||This one took me 7m 2s of memorization and 6m 49s to solve.||20060904|
|188||13 minutes 57.70 seconds||John Boyd||My first sub 15! Using my own method.||20071223|
|189||15 minutes 16.96 seconds||Erik Johansson||Yes! First time i do it without having to try again!|
I'm using the cycle meyhod at Macky's site!
Scrambe from JNetCube: F' L2 B D U2 L2 F B' L U F2 U' D L B' L B' L F2 B2 D' B2 D B' F
|190||15 minutes 35 seconds||Forrest Rice||2nd successful attempt :)|
Using the CubeFreak cycle method
Super Helpful Algs (for me at least)
(L2 U) [B2 U']x2 (L2 U) (B2 U B2 U') (3 1 8)
[RB'R'B]x3 (1 3)(2 7)
|191||16 minutes||Andrew Vo||Video of solve||20080322|
|192||16 minutes 30 seconds||Jake Enget||Obviously, at this point it can only get more addictive!|
|193||17 minutes 3 seconds||Joseph Stallard||FIGHT CUBE CONTENDER!! AUSSIE SPEEDCUBER http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JkRdnZJKC4|
Scrammble: R2 F' D' U2 F' L' D' U2 L2 R' U2 F2 R D F' LB2 L2 D' F' D' R' B D2 L'
picture of me when i was BLD cubing on live radio. (about half way down)
|194||19 minutes||Guo Tiancong||After 5 days learning, my first successful cubing with blindfolded. I hope to be able to cut the time down to ten minutes,^_^||20050101|
|195||20 minutes||Andrew Spelman||My first ever blindfold solve using Stefan Pochmann's method that I've been learning for the past week. I am 14 years old.||20060117|
|195||20 minutes||Jeks Espina||I didn't time my first blindsolve a couple of months back. But it was the first time I had tried it and I guess I got lucky.||20080224|
|197||22 minutes 15 seconds||Yuri Pertsovski||First successful attempt, after a few almost successful ones. About 10 mins for memorizing.||20040221|
|198||25 minutes||Parker Gaitley||first successful solve. done at lunch 2 am in the morning(work overnights). 22 minutes memorization. use 2 cycle system. gonna work on getting memorization down to something reseanonable. wanna try to compete in this event. gotta learn 3 cycle soon.||20071104|
|199||27 minutes 57 seconds||Berenice Ophelia||I am verrrrrrry slow when comparing to the boy bernett orlando. I am his sister learning the rudiments of blindsolving from him. I am also following what Mr. Stefan Pochmann is teaching him. Still I can not beat him. I admire his dedication and commitment.I am proud to be his sister.||20050623|
|200||31 minutes 27 seconds||Nathaniel Day||I use the system made by Stefan Pochmann. It took a while but hey, I did it!!!! It took me 10 min 30 sec to set up the cycles, about 11 minutes to memorize, and a little less than 10 to execute. I am so happy!!!!!!!!||20050613|