|Rubik's Cube: Blindfolded number of cubes|
|1||27 cubes||Rowe Hessler||:D:D:D:D i attempted this late last night and another time today. the first result was 18/27 /. I learned M2 for mutlibld and it is AWESOME. i used my crappy old memo method for this but i am trying to learn letter pairs so i can get as fast as tim. i memoed in about 4 hours and solved in bout 1 hour fifteen minutes (i suck). I'm getting a webcam tomorrow. and im going to attempt to do this a third time ON VIDEO D:D:D:D (and faster)||20080608|
|2||21 cubes||Dennis Strehlau||BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAM!!|
Here is the video:
|3||20 cubes||Rowe Hessler||took all day very careful with solving. im starting to get back into this. using my friend/story method. works quite well for me||20080105|
|4||17 cubes||Rowe Hessler||i hope this doesnt get broken for a while cuz i HATE memorizing.memorization took around an hour and a half.solving time around 40 minutes so it comes to approximately 2 hours 10 minutes.should i retire? :P||20070705|
|5||16 cubes||Dennis Strehlau||Training for Belgien Open|
Here is the VIDEO http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E56WaioFk8c
Beat that Tim;).
Rowe i am coming;).
|6||14 cubes||Alex Cook||7/7 attempt but I find that if I go slower I am more accurate. So I went pretty slow and memorized carefully. And I got it! -)||20080723|
|6||14 cubes||Dennis Strehlau||WOW!!|
14 cubes is really cool, and now my memo-method is much better than before:).beat that TIM;)
|8||13 cubes||Ryosuke Mondo||Total time : 1:48:35.53 / time solving : 26:39.09|
This is 3rd attempte.
first: 9/13 second 10/13 and this.
I have done twice today. I'm completely exhausted.
But I did it!!
|9||12 cubes||Tim Habermaas||Total time: 44:15 minutes about 27 minutes memorization.|
|9||12 cubes||Ryosuke Mondo||Total time : 1:44:36.89 / time solving : 27:17.90|
I'm getting used to memorize and solve cubes.
|9||12 cubes||Rowe Hessler||sickest thing ive ever attempted in my life..i almost messed up on the seventh and eighth cube but i managed.did this yesterday in 1 hour and 20 minutes.i think i can get faster tho.this really gave me a headache :)||20070615|
|12||11 cubes||Ryosuke Mondo||Total time (including memorization): 1:54:32.49|
Time memorizing : 1:19:12.30
Time solving : 35:20.19
I did it!!
|12||11 cubes||Derrick Eide||Total time (including memorization): 2:52:14.31|
Time memorizing : around 2:11:45
Time solving : 40:69
I DID IT TOO MOMONGA!!!! :D :D :D :D :D :D
|14||10 cubes||Dennis Strehlau||YEEEEEEEEEEEESS!|
after doing 6 cubes, i wanted to do 7, but i thought. that i could do 10 cubes then.so i did it!
time memorizing was about one hour and 15 minutes and solving time about 22-25 minutes:)
|14||10 cubes||Olivér Perge||1:11:59.93 (53:00 for memo)|
Wooow! I can't believe it! :D Memo was fast and quite safe to solve the cubes as fast as it possible.
That is my Christmas present for me! :)
De base fils!!
|14||10 cubes||David Orser||Time memorizing: 1 hour 11 min. Time solving: 1 hour 52 min. Total time: 3 hours, 3 min. Just wanted to do this once. I took my time memorizing, and solved as slowly and carefully as possible. The hardest part was performing the moves correctly, particularly on stiff cubes (I'd recommend using all lubed cubes). It helps to use as few different moves as possible, and to use the same color scheme on each cube.||20030610|
|17||9 cubes||Mike Hughey||Total time (including memorization): 1:17:08.50|
For an online competition. This one just seemed so easy! I wish they were all like that (but they're not).
|17||9 cubes||Olivér Perge||1:34.14.70 (approx. 1:10 for memo)|
Second try. First was 7/9 and 1:44 in time. First 3 cubes are extremely terrible so I had to solve them as slowly as possible. Memo was hard but I wanted to make sure.
Next goal: 10 cubes! :)
DE BASE FILS!! :D
|17||9 cubes||Derrick Eide||OMG OMG OMG OMG!! I FINALLY DID IT!! after my last attempt which was SOO CLOSE of 8/9 cubes i was DETERMINED to get 9 cubes NEXT time. and I SOO DID IT!!|
Total time inluding memorization was 2 hours 5 minutes.
Memo was around 1:35
Thanks To GREAT HELP and Inspiration From Ryosuke Mondo!! :) :)
I DID IT!! :)
|20||8 cubes||Tim Habermaas||Total time (including memorization): 26:42 minutes. About 15 minutes of memorization.|
Dennis, i'm catching up :).
|20||8 cubes||Alex Cook||Total Time: 44:33.06 Memorization Time: 32:40 My first try at 8 cubes. About 10 minutes slower than my 7/7 attempt but I find that if I go slower I am more accurate. So I went pretty slow and memorized carefully. And I got it! -)||20080529|
|20||8 cubes||Rowe Hessler||Total time : 45 minutes|
out of 3 tedious attempts.i finally nailed it :) .the first tru i got 4/8 and second time 7/8, but this time i went 100% in a time of 45 minutes..i hope i can pull this off at the US open :D
|20||8 cubes||Ryosuke Mondo||Total time : 59:50.71 Time memorizing: 41:43.78 Time solving : 18:06.93||20070607|
|20||8 cubes||Mike Hughey||Total time (including memorization): 1:15:01.84|
For an online competition. Some trouble spots with the memorization made it slow but I finally got it right! Yeah!
|20||8 cubes||Olivér Perge||1:32.53.93 (1:16 for memo)|
Second try. Memo and execution were slow but I'm happy now. :)
|26||7 cubes||Alex Cook||Total time: 34:51.90 Memo time: 23:23 After many close attempts I finally got it.||20080529|
|26||7 cubes||Olivér Perge||1:02.56.50 (47:48 for memo)|
After 3 attempts (6/7, 4/7, 5/7) finally I did it. The time is bad for me but I don't care, I just wanted to make it as sure as I could.
|26||7 cubes||Mike Hughey||Total time (including memorization): 1:03:33.50|
For an online competition. I discovered that checking over memorization a couple of times gives both secure memorization and quicker solves. And I see now that Derrick and Ryosuke have the same memorization-to-execution ratio.
|26||7 cubes||Ryosuke Mondo||Total time (including memorization): 1:10:11.78 Time memorizing : 48:09.37 Time solving : 22:02.41||20060915|
|26||7 cubes||Dennis Strehlau||again 7 cubes as training for Belgien-Open.|
but this time on video:) :
|31||6 cubes||Tim Habermaas||Total time: 32:34.96 minutes, memorization took about 20 minutes. That was my first attempt and actually the time includes a 7th cube, a 2x2x2 :). I was really pissed off after my 5 cubes attempt (which took me 24 minutes) yesterday, which was off by only 2 disoriented corners.|
Pictures from before and after the attempt.
|31||6 cubes||Olivér Perge||36:43.53 (27:03 for memo)|
After a 4/6 and a 3/6 attempt I tried to solved carefully and it worked! :) Broke my "old" 6 cubes multi record with 20 minutes! :D Memorization is getting better and better. :P
|31||6 cubes||Mike Hughey||Total time (including memorization): 51:51.78|
For an online competition. Sixth cube was a keychain cube.
|31||6 cubes||Derrick Eide||Time Memorizing: 50 minutes|
Time Solving: 13 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour 3 minutes.
This could have been a LOT better but one of the cubes was REALLY bad so i had to go SLOOWW and i forgot the last part of my memo so i had to pause awhile to work things out. BUT I DID IT!! and there is just NO greater feeling in the world than this! i cant WAIT to try more!
Thanks to Ryosuke Mondo for the TOTAL inspiration! :D :D
|31||6 cubes||Ryosuke Mondo||Total time (including memorization): 1:17:39.56|
Time memorizing : 57:59.69
Time solving : 19:39.87
|31||6 cubes||Ruben Geels||n/a||20080912|
|37||5 cubes||Olivér Perge||23:56.04 (16:17 for memo)||20071210|
|37||5 cubes||Milán Baticz||Total time: 28:04.59. Memo: 20:00.00.|
Memo of the first 3 cubes was around 5:45 but I had 2 more cubes and 5 cubes were really hard to memorize.
Practise practise practise.
|37||5 cubes||Alex Cook||Total time: 31:40|
I did this in the car on a trip to New York City. Now I need to do this in a competition. ;-)
|37||5 cubes||Mike Hughey||Total time(including memorization): 40:12.97|
For an online competition. First try at 5!
|37||5 cubes||David Orser||Total time (including memorization): 41:24|
17 min. for memorizing, 24:24 for solving.
|37||5 cubes||Stefan Pochmann||Total time (including memorization): 42:58.20|
includes 30 minutes memorization.
[I want a flying pony]
|37||5 cubes||Mats Bergsten||45:14. Weekly Forum comp 2009-15||20090507|
|37||5 cubes||Piotr Kózka||Total time: 48:06.99||20071106|
|37||5 cubes||Ryosuke Mondo||Total time (including memorization): 48:21.61|
Time memorizing : 34:45.70
Time solving : 13:35.91
I tried four times.
|37||5 cubes||Tomás Mansilla||Total time (including memorization): 53:04.25 (39 min memorization)|
I think Sub-41:24 is possible, i just need to improve memo time. This was my first try.
|37||5 cubes||Derrick Eide||Total time was 58 minutes.|
I did this a LONG time ago, i guess i just forgot to post it lol. the video is here> http://youtube.com/watch?v=uu1vrtZ7WBA
|37||5 cubes||Dennis Strehlau||let's see how many cubes i can so.on saturday, my paket with 11 3x3, 1 2x2, 1 4x4 and a 5x5 cube arrived.all studio cubes from cubikon.de|
now i am going to solve 6.
tried 5 cubes blindfolded two times and did it two times:)
|49||4 cubes||Daniel Lundwall||Time was 13:38. Hehe, so close. ;)||20080701|
|49||4 cubes||Olivér Perge||16:33.72 (8:30 for memo)|
Execution was slow because I stopped two times thinking of forgotten edges.
|49||4 cubes||Arif Julian||I'm the new kid, learn multi BLD. Memo is 12 minutes, execution is 7 minutes. Total time 19 minutes. Youtube video : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBz10HAeDVk||20090201|
|49||4 cubes||Tim Habermaas||Total time: 20:41.50 min. Memorization: 13 min. I did a multi-bld solve every morning for warm-up, but had only unsuccessful attempts until today :).||20070925|
|49||4 cubes||Bertalan Bodor||Finally I did it; total time 22:05.8 , memo time ~14:30.||20080502|
|49||4 cubes||Alex Cook||Total time: 26:09|
Yay! This is my first success for four cubes and my fourth attempt at it. (2/4 2/4 3/4 4/4)
|49||4 cubes||Mike Hughey||Total time (including memorization): 26:59.40|
For an online competition. Still slow, but a good bit faster than the last time I did 4 cubes.
|49||4 cubes||Lucas Garron||Total time: 35:20.97 (approx. 15 minutes to memorize, 8 to review, 12 to solve); I was going to try 5 cubes, but I couldn't find a fifth one. I was so disappointed at messing up the last 2 undo moves of the setup of the last alg of the last solve of 3 BLD cubes this morning. I'll try 4x4x4 again. Videos of the entire attempt and|
the solving portion.
|49||4 cubes||Dennis Strehlau||did it in 17:30min.|
about 20 minutes of memorizing.
|49||4 cubes||Péter Trombitás||total time: 38:28.00|
memo time: ~30 min
second try ever. previous was 55 minutes and 1/4.
1 U2 R2 B2 D' R2 F2 U R2 U B R' F2 D' L' B U B' F' R' F' R2 (21f)
2 B2 D R2 B2 L2 F2 D2 R2 D L2 B D B' R' U2 L B U' L' F (20f)
3 D R2 U' L2 D F2 D2 B2 D B2 R B R U2 F' D' R B U' B F' (21f)
4 U2 L2 D' U' B2 F2 R2 D F2 L2 B' D U2 R D' U' F' R2 B F2 R (21f)
all normal scrambles. LoL it was incredibly fast and much more easier than I thought. I just can say WOW. probably I will try 5 but I'm sure I'll try 4 in comp. .:)
|49||4 cubes||Emile Compion||Total time was 58:02.38|
Memorized in approximately 42 minutes.
|49||4 cubes||Stefan Pochmann||Achieved as a world record attempt on the "modell-hobby-spiel 2005" toy fair in Leipzig (Germany) on Oct 1, 2005. Total time was about 1 hour 7 minutes including about 47 minutes of memorization. Audience were maybe 50-100 people but probably not the same people the whole time. Ralf Laue (previous record holder ) was there to organize/judge.||20051001|
|49||4 cubes||Ryosuke Mondo||Total time (including memorization): 1:11.78 Time memorizing : 48:09.37 Time solving : 22:02.41||20060903|
|49||4 cubes||Richard Carr||Details see my pages.|
|49||4 cubes||Andy Pitts||my first attempt|
everytime I get 100% I move up to the next level so next i will try 5 cubes
|64||3 cubes||Tim Habermaas||Total time: 7 minutes 1.85 seconds (including about 3:10 memo)|
Beat that, Dennis! :)
|64||3 cubes||Dennis Strehlau||Total time: 8:39.68|
i know that i did 10 cubes^^ but my brand new stack mat timer arrived so i took the time to the FIRST time in multi-bld i only watched to the clock the other times but i never put myself under the pressure of time.
so i did that know and i didn't know that i am good with this pressure but i did the three cubes in 8:39.68min!
i am catching up in speed-multi-bld TIM;) (as i call that discipline from now on);)
|64||3 cubes||Marcus Stuhr||Total time: 8 minutes 46 seconds. video|
Taken last year. I apologize for the messy room. that side was not mine I assure you :P I look like a refugee or something in this clip. Anyhow, this particular relay was really hard because the third cube had a different color scheme, making for tricky memory.
|64||3 cubes||David Orser||Total time (including memorization): 14 minutes 37 seconds|
Glad to break 15 min.
|64||3 cubes||Mike Hughey||Total time (including memorization): 15:07.71|
For an online competition. I've gotten a good bit faster since the last time I tried just 3.
|64||3 cubes||Derrick Eide||Total Time: 17 minutes.|
This was my 2nd attempt that day. I learned what i have been doing wrong with BLD this WHOLE TIME. So now that i finally figured out what is wrong my BLD accuracy should be improving. *gasp* so expect 4 cubes VERY soon.
|64||3 cubes||Bertalan Bodor||Total time: 18:33.0 about 10 min for memorization. I had three 2/3 attempts and then I did it!:DD It's more difficult than I thought.||20080105|
|64||3 cubes||Kai Jiptner||The whole attempt took 19:47.44. I did three cubes before ever triing two :) Succeeding on multiblind is a really good feeling. I hope I can become as good as Tim someday. ;)||20071108|
|64||3 cubes||Ryosuke Mondo||Total time : 21:11.60|
Time memorizing: 14:43.32
Time solving : 06:28.28
Just a exercise.
|64||3 cubes||Alex Cook||Total time: 22:04.99|
I was very careful memorizing so I wouldn't make a mistake. This was so awesome and fun. :D
|64||3 cubes||Stefan Pochmann||24 minutes 58.57 seconds, including about 16 minutes memorization.|
[I want a flying pony]
|64||3 cubes||Mats Luthman||27:23.28|
L' B F L R2 B F L2 D' B' L' F D2 L' R2 F2 D2 U R' B2 D B2 U2 R' U2
U' L2 R D' B' D U R' D' U2 B2 D2 U B U2 R2 F L2 F L B' D2 L' R2 D
D' L R' F' L F2 U' F L2 R' F2 L2 B' L R2 F2 D' L R F' L2 F U' R B'
Memorization c:a 18 minutes
|64||3 cubes||Piotr Kózka||Total time: 29:18.27|
I don't have more cubes.
|64||3 cubes||Kyal Shepard||Memorisation time was about 15 minutes and solving time 25 minutes. I would like to do 5 cubes but need to find 2 more.||20070810|
|64||3 cubes||Emile Compion||Memorization: 32:50.xx|
Video of solving phase is here. Inspired by Mondo encouraged by Eide!
|64||3 cubes||Etienne Jones||Total time: 53 minutes. My first attempt. This was very difficult - all my cubes have different colour schemes and one was a mini 3x3x3, which made it harder. I'll have be buy more cubes soon.|
|64||3 cubes||Jason Baum||I memorized everything in about 36 minutes and solved them in about 17. Total time: 53:40.49. I took everything slowly and carefully. I was worried I might mess something up on the third cube because I had a lot of long/awkward set up moves for my corner cycles, but I was able to pull it off. I don't think I'll go for any higher than this.||20050819|
|64||3 cubes||Bernett Orlando||MEMORISATION:|
cube -1 :- 8 min 35 sec
cube -2 :- 9 min 15 sec
cube -3 :- 9 min 45 sec
TOTAL MEMORISING TIME :- 27 MIN 35 SEC
cube -1 :- 10 min 40 sec
cube -2 :- 8 min 15 sec
cube -3 :- 7 min 20 sec
TOTAL SOLVING TIME :- 26 MIN 15 SEC
Total time taken for solving 3 cubes = 27 MIN 35 SEC + 26 MIN 15 SEC = 53 MIN 50 SEC
|64||3 cubes||Ralf Laue||Details see recordholders.org|
|64||3 cubes||Geir Ugelstad||see Mensa site English Text|
|64||3 cubes||Timothy Reynolds||Done on bus home from ARML using Stefan's method. 2 attempts: first one was just under an hour, but I did the LAST corner of the LAST cube wrong. Second (successful) attempt was 39 minutes 59.40 seconds, including an interruption during memorization when someone asked me to solve their square-one. All 3 cubes had bad parity, and someone took a flash picture during the attempt which distracted me. Fortunately it all worked out, and I was extremely shocked to see that I had succeeded.||20060604|
|64||3 cubes||Péter Trombitás||YEEEEESSSS!!!!! I made a 2/3 and two 1/3 solves before this. Finally did it!! Time was 37 minutes 56 sec. Trying to get better times, but I'm very slow with the execution(one cube of the three is my OH cube, and it pops many times). memo wasnt so hard, just the corners a lot. And there were orientation in the solve at all cubes. next time four:) I'll try it at Galanta Open - and do it, I hope.||20090106|
|86||2 cubes||Milán Baticz||Total time: 3:21.70 seconds.|
Memo time: 1:27 seconds.
Practise, practise, practise.
|86||2 cubes||Andy Tsao||The time was 4:02.47. I was so close to sub-2 average per cube.||20071226|
|86||2 cubes||Tim Habermaas||Toatal time: 4:29.19 min, memorization: 2:19 min|
Speedsolving 2 cubes blindfolded is a lot of fun. sub-4 should be possible on a perfect day :).
|86||2 cubes||Olivér Perge||4:55.14 (2:08 for memo)||20071201|
|86||2 cubes||David Orser||Total time (including memorization): 5 minutes 24 seconds||20050812|
|86||2 cubes||Derrick Eide||Total Time: 7:04.19|
Just did this for training. Sub 10! :D
|86||2 cubes||Kai Jiptner||7:11.06|
1. F2 R2 D' U B F2 D B F L' F L R' B F D' L R2 D U2 R D2 U R U'
2. F2 L2 R D B' F2 L U2 L' F2 U F' D2 L' R' B' R2 B' F' R F2 R B F2 D
Could have been below 7. I had a huge delay when recalling CP on the second cube.
|86||2 cubes||Chris Krueger||Total time (including memorization): 7 minutes 59.29 seconds|
D' L F2 D2 L2 B' F2 D' U L' F' D' L2 B' L' D' U2 F2 U F2 D2 R2 D2 R' F2
L R' D B F2 L2 R F' L2 R' U' R' D' B D B2 L' U2 R F2 D2 U2 R B F
Memorization in 3:30
|86||2 cubes||Henrik Buus Aagaard||7:40.81 minutes|
3rd time today under 8 min the 2 first times was DNFs
|86||2 cubes||Tyson Mao||Total time (including memorization): 8 minutes 2.66 seconds|
1. B2 R2 U R2 D2 F L D' L D R' U2 D2 F R' D' U2 B2 D R' F R2 B D R
2. B' R2 F B R2 D2 F2 L U R L U L' D2 L2 U2 B2 F2 D2 R' D R' F' B L
Total Time: 8 minutes 2.66 seconds. Recalling the second cube was tough. I'll practice a bit and then move on to three.
|86||2 cubes||Casey Pernsteiner||Total time (including memorization): 8 minutes 9.94 seconds.|
I was trying to memorize as quickly as possible. I think memorization took about three and a half minutes.
|86||2 cubes||Alex Cook||Total time: 8:19.47|
I will start doing larger attempts once I finish my letter pair system.
|86||2 cubes||Mike Hughey||Total time: 9:06.27|
For an online competition; I didn't have time to try a big number, so I decided to try to do just 2 on a stackmat. I made it!
|86||2 cubes||Ouyang Yunqi||total time:9:06.51||20080531|
|86||2 cubes||Sikan Li||Total time: 9:45.05. 2/2 First attempt!! memorization was around 4:58. I blanked out for awhile on the 2nd cube, and then eliminated cycles that I remembered and then found my memory, haha, that was great.||20080107|
|86||2 cubes||Shotaro Makisumi||Total time: 12 minutes 20 seconds|
1: CO: 22022022 EO: 111100100010 EP: (1,?x5,3)(8,9,10) CP: (1,3)(2,7)(5,8,6)
|86||2 cubes||Ryosuke Mondo||Total time : 13:26.10|
Time memorizing: 07:59.42
Time solving : 05:26.68
Just a exercise.
|86||2 cubes||Mats Luthman||14 minutes 19.23 seconds|
D' L2 B D U' L B' D2 U' R2 B2 D U2 L F D' L' D2 B2 F2 D´ U2 L' F L
B F' L2 R' D' F' L' R' U2 R2 U L2 B L B F D' U' F2 U' F2 D B D2 L2
|86||2 cubes||Tatsuya Ookubo||Total time: 14 minutes 30.88 seconds||20061223|
|86||2 cubes||Antoine Simon-Chautemps||total mémo+resolve : 15 minutes||20070307|
|86||2 cubes||Tobias Daneels||Total time: 18 minutes and 36 seconds|
Great, first time I trie this, and succesfull to.
I did a second multiple bld to, and it was 20 minutes something.
A competition is what I need. :)
|86||2 cubes||Johannes Neumann||Time: 19:20.30 - about 12 min to memorize|
This was my first attempt solving 2 cubes blindfolded at once. A few times I had to think very hard to remember what to do next. Maybe ill give it some tries to achieve better times or step on to 3 cubes
|86||2 cubes||Rafael W Cinoto||1: R2 B U B U2 R2 F L F L B2 F' R2 L2 B2 L B' U' F2 R' D2 L' R F R2|
2: R' F' R U' D L D' U L2 R B2 D F D2 L B F' D2 F' U B' R2 U2 L' B
About 12 minutes of memorization
|86||2 cubes||Erik Akkersdijk||Total time: 21:12.80. Time was first try. Memorized purely visual which is a pain to do! It was extremely hard for me cause I memorized the corners of the first cube wrong so I had to change something in my path :S|
I realy need to get some kind of memo like PAO.
Done with pochmann's but the future solves will be with M2 :)
|86||2 cubes||Peter Greenwood||Done during school with my friend's horrible cube. Time was 22:43, but it would have been less had i started earlier before the bell rang. I still did it! I am so excited! See my site [Team Epsilon]||20060321|
|86||2 cubes||Emile Compion||Memorization: 18:59.xx|
I'm so happy! Derrick made me do it ;)
|86||2 cubes||Enrique Flores||wow 68 lolzzerzz . total time 19 minutes sumthin||20080328|
|86||2 cubes||Ravi Fernando||Total time: 30 minutes 30.71 seconds. This was a few hours after my second successful blindfold solve. 17:18 to memorize; 13:12 to solve. My site. [Team Epsilon]||20060116|
|86||2 cubes||Chris Hardwick||Total time (including memorization): 38 minutes 46 seconds|
I memorized and solved as slowly and carefully as I could. I can't wait to try 3 :)
|86||2 cubes||Cameron Webley||This was my second attempt at this, somehow I failed the first one. I slowed down this time, double checked my memorization, and solved the cubes slowly. By the end, I was completely confident that I had solved both of the cubes.|
|86||2 cubes||Kĺre Krig||27 min memorization and 13min solving.|
|86||2 cubes||Thomas Rouault||Very happy to have done it.||20040612|
|86||2 cubes||Dror Vomberg||I'll be back.|
|86||2 cubes||Richard Carr||Performed at 30,000 feet altitude. In an airplane of course. See my blindfold solving page.|
|86||2 cubes||Thom Barlow||Corners: (18) (34576) + (284763), Bruno and T orient + T orient + 3 twisted clockwise|
Edges memorised visually
Glad I can finally join the guys here. Good preperation for the megaminx. ~Kirjava
|86||2 cubes||Lucas Garron||With one cycle left in the second cube, I realized that I had forgotten to orient, so I had to backtrack almost everything. But at least I made it; I'll try three next weekend.||20061030|
|86||2 cubes||Joël van Noort||I know it's not much, but I'll try 3 soon :). I am learning a system to memorize the cubes in a more secure way. I hope this will improve on my accuracy. My website.||20070303|
|86||2 cubes||Milo DiPaola||first try on 2, going straight to 3.||20080206|
|86||2 cubes||Alex Kumaki||Bill McGaugh method, second try. Three cubes next!||20080326|