10x10x10 computer cube |

Place | Result | Name | Quote | Date |
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1 | 10 minutes 02.99 seconds | Michal Halczuk | 6:19 centers. Triple parity. And my computer didn't sent it. sub 9 is possible. | 20090507 |

2 | 12 minutes 56.33 seconds | Michael Gottlieb | Watch it on hi-games: http://hi-games.net/cube-10x10x10/watch?u=44 I finally beat my old time on Iso today! Actually that was a 13:38 then I got 12:56. This solve had opposite centers swapped tons of parities and also PLL parity so I think this is not yet the limit. | 20090214 |

3 | 15 minutes 42.27 seconds | Ravi Fernando | 1300 moves. When I finished I thought to myself that it "might even be sub-18." I was right. See puzzlingaddiction.com. | 20080114 |

4 | 17 minutes 40.21 seconds | Richard Carr | See www.puzzlingaddiction.com | |

5 | 27 minutes 26.00 seconds | Chris Gilsdorf | You're gonna die, clown! | |

6 | 28 minutes 10.29 seconds | Grant Tregay | See www.puzzlingaddiction.com | |

7 | 31 minutes 54.82 seconds | Konsta Jukka | Replay I hate centers. | 20090507 |

8 | 34 minutes 18.45 seconds | Dan Cohen | First try on a 10. Using centers last on ISO. | 20080113 |

9 | 36 minutes 41.57 seconds | Fumiki Koseki | 1698 move. (Gabbasoft) | 20070217 |

10 | 37 minutes 15.75 seconds | Lasse Korbanka | 3rd and best solve D 1539 moves. mööp. not a really good solve / could be better. ) | 20090308 |

11 | 39 minutes 29 seconds | Chris Hardwick | This time was only ok. There were many opportunities for improvement throughout this solving. I will definitely try to break this record at some point. I improved this record by 3 minutes 52 seconds from my last record. | |

12 | 39 minutes 43.49 seconds | Johannes Laire | 1442 moves using Gabbasoft. There's still lots of room for improvement, this was only my second attempt (first one was over 80 minutes.) | 20070108 |

13 | 43 minutes 0.20 seconds | Kåre Krig | 1448 turns | 20070414 |

14 | 43 minutes 40.1 seconds | Rahul Kadukar | This was my first try at the 10 x 10 x 10 and the time is almost 10 minutes faster than my 9 x 9 x 9. | 20090214 |

15 | 44 minutes 42 seconds | Chris Davies | Great improvement on my only other two times of 1hour 17 and 1 hour 2 minutes, despite getting both parities. | 20070604 |

16 | 44 minutes 46.25 seconds | Marc van Beest | Using Gabbasoft. 1796 moves, including both parities. First try with this. | 20061215 |

17 | 45 minutes 15.39 seconds | Bryan O'Connor | second solve that i beat by about 20 minutes but that was a while ago, i could've done better but im used to using it with my hands. I'm 12 years old =] | 20080403 |

18 | 47 minutes 11.87 seconds | Steven Beringer | I did the 20x20x20 yesterday, figured I'd step down a bit. Gabbasoft, 1364 moves, no parities. First try on the 10x. | 20080116 |

19 | 56 minutes 32.44 seconds | Aymeric Nguyen | I like Ryan Heise applet :) Check this out! | 20080228 |

20 | 56 minutes 33.96 seconds | Jeremy Moody | 1300 moves exactly. | 20070309 |

21 | 56 minutes 35 seconds | Wai-Lok Lo | n/a | 20080727 |

22 | 1 hour 1 minute 28.46 seconds | Nicolas Owen | 3299 moves on gabbasoft. I used a center's last method. | 20070824 |

23 | 1 hour 6 minutes 34.39 seconds | Alex Kumaki | 2572 moves | 20080206 |

24 | 1 hour 21 minutes 5.71 seconds | Steven Johnson | 2145 moves on gabbasoft | 20080514 |

25 | 1 hour 22 minutes 12.56 seconds | Nick Walk | 2119 moves | 20081127 |

26 | 1 hour 26 minutes | Okko Pyssysalo | :-) | 20081119 |

27 | 1 hour 44 minutes 9.41 seconds | Patrick Jameson | Used Gabbasoft 2499 moves | 20070220 |

28 | 1 hour 49 minutes 54.49 seconds | Nicholas Ho | centers last. 2749 moves! | 20071212 |

29 | 1 hour 56 minutes 32.15 seconds | Jon Santos | first time solvin it. it was madd fun. did 2285 moves | 20080109 |

30 | 2 hours 0.55 seconds | Tee Guang Ying | 2236 moves | 20081121 |

31 | 2 hours 7 minutes 21.90 seconds | Zebadiah W. Ziegenbein | This is my 10x10x10 solve time and it took me 2436 moves and i like the even number of cubes better i think that they are easier than the odd number. maybe that is why my 9x9x9 time is longer than this. | 20060319 |

32 | 2 hours 14 minutes 26 seconds | Olivér Nagy | I make some print screens while solving for my homepage, so it was a little bit faster. Rubikkocka.hu | 20060128 |

33 | 2 hours 17 minutes 17.35 seconds | Jeffrey Zhang | This is my first time solving the 10x10x10! (With orientation parity) I'm not so fluent in the method yet, and I need to learn to control the cube better. 12.8 years old. | 20070511 |