|1||7.12 seconds||Andrew Kang||I working a concession stand for a football game. and I decided to cube a bit. Started off real bad (16's) got down to a 14 solve average. Out of no where a 7.12 pops up. I was spazzing like no other. My friends were there with me they joined in the spazzing D.|
2 move cross. Not lucky F2L just like R U R' cases for the whole F2L. Sune and 3 edge. Sub 8 was one of my goals after the sub 9. and I beat it out of no where. I am so excited for this time!
|2||7.13 seconds||Harris Chan||Geez I'm so close to beating Andrew's record O This is actually a part of my new pb average, which I won't post for now.|
L2 D' U L R B L R D2 U B2 F' U L' R' B' F' D F L' B2 U2 R' B' F2
Scramble with cross colour on D
X-Cross: y2 U' R U R' U2 R' F R (8)
F2L 2: R' U R U R' U' R (7)
F2L 3: d' R' U' R (4)
F2L 4: L U2 L' U' L U L' (7)
OLL: U F R U R' U' F' (7)
PLL: R2 u' R U' R U R' u R2 f R' f' (12)
|3||7.17 seconds||J.B. Cañares||Wow! after a very long time with my 9.39 sec PB and a lot of 9 seconds times this is my first sub9 that is non lucky and a very very good one smoothest solve ever. I did a 12.23 average with this as the first solve. Sub13s are starting to get normal. I'm inspired. Here's the scramble every time I tried the scramble again I do 6 second solves. D R D2 F D' L R' B' F' D2 L F' U2 L' R2 U2 R2 B2 F D' B2 F2 L2 B' F'. .I love you Halley. www.philippinecubersassociation.org||20081112|
|4||7.21 seconds||Breandon McElhill||done at the end of the summer holidays when i was at my best|
Scramble: L'D U2 B'F L R F'D'U B D'RF'D U'L'R2 D'B L'D'B2 F'U2
x-cross: y'R2 B'U L D'F' (6)
2nd pair: U'R'F R F'R'U'R (8)
3rd pair+4th pair: Y'U R U'R'U R'U'R2 U'R'U R U R'(15)
oll: R'U'R U'R'U R U'R'U2 R(11)
pll: U'F R U'R'U'R U R'F'R U R'U'R'F R F'U'(19)
total: 59 moves
|5||7.43 seconds||Jason Baum||This solve was crazy fast. I don't have the scramble, but it was a 3 or 4 move cross, 4 quick pairs, the OLL where you just have to flip UF and UR, and a 3 edge cycle. There was hardly any delay at all, and everything was incredibly smooth.||20080406|
|6||7.85 seconds||Yu Nakajima||This is a very easy case.But not lucky.|
Scramble:R' U B' D' U2 R2 F' R2 D2 U R L' D2 F2 U L D U B2 L2 D F L F U2
X-cross:y D2 L F' L'2 R u R'
F2L#2:y R' U R
F2L#3:U' R U'2 R' U2 R U' R'
F2L#4:y'2 R U' R' U R U' R'
OLL:U' R U'2 R' U' R U' R'
PLL:(U U' mistaked) R' d' F R2 u R' U R U' R u' R'2
. I mistaked before PLL.
Video is here.
|7||7.86 seconds||Yuji Yoon||L' D U' B2 D2 F' U' R' B' U L2 B2 R' L2 F' D2 F D' U B R2 B' L2 U R2|
|8||7.92 seconds||Guillaume Meunier||New personnal record, I'm very proud and I'll broke sub 12 soon.||20071201|
|9||8.33 seconds||Milán Baticz||~25th time under 10 seconds.|
Practise, practise, practise.
|10||8.39 seconds||Johannes Laire||Petrus ftw.||20080423|
|11||8.44 seconds||Ron van Bruchem||This was a perfect solve with easiest cases for each stage.||20080402|
|12||8.58 seconds||Gunnar Krig||Fantasticly smooth solve. I did it right before the finals at EC2008.||20080930|
|13||8.59 seconds||Takumi Yoshida||n/a||20070811|
|14||8.74 seconds||Rowe Hessler||done at yesterday, easy solve, unlucky. all i remember was the last layer, it was a double sune and a J perm.||20071218|
|15||8.76 seconds||Adam Polkowski||3rd solve non LC sub 9 in my life! Wonderfull cases.|
Preparing for "Gdansk open 2008"
|16||8.91 seconds||Casey Pernsteiner||This solve was 51 moves total. It was done in this week's contest.||20060408|
|17||8.92 seconds||Erik Akkersdijk||Very good solve :) Scramble: F' D' L D F2 B' R2 F B R' L' U L2 B' F2 L U' R' B' U D' L' R D' F. Extended cross, fast but far from easy F2L. OLL: RUR'URU'R'U'R'FRF' PLL: M2U'M2U2'M2U'M2|
Check it out on: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Dp68LBKvAI
|18||8.93 seconds||Phil Thomas||F2 L2 B' F U' L2 U' R2 U2 F' U' D2 R2 F D' B2 D2 F R' U' R D2 F' U B2|
YES!! Finally a new best non lucky time! awesome!
|19||8.97 seconds||Derrick Eide||OH MY GOD. WOW!! I AM SO HAPPY RIGHT NOW! I WAS SPAZZING LIKE NO OTHER!! LITERALLY RUNNING AROUND IN CICRLES AROUND MY CHAIR SCREAMING!|
SUB 9! I FINALLY DID IT! YEAAAAAAAAAAH!! D
Scramble Cross on D:
B F2 U' R2 U D2 L B2 L U2 B' F' U R2 F2 B' L' U2 L2 B U' L D' F L'
|20||8.98 seconds||Joël van Noort||4 move x-cross, 3 insertions, 6 move T-PLL, R-Permutation.|
R L2 B' D2 L2 R' B U2 F B' R2 B2 F L B R' B U' R' U B' L2 U R U (Cross color on D). My site.
|21||9.04 seconds||Austin Moore||B'U'BF'DU2B2FUB'L'BFL'RU2LR'BF2L2R2BLU|
|22||9.07 seconds||Takuma Akutsu||L R2 F2 D2 B2 D F' B2 U L B' R' L' B2 U L2 U' R' B' U' L2 B R2 U2 B2|
I used Ookusa's cube.
His cube is very wonderful.
|23||9.09 seconds||Mason Hoffman||I was cubng for around a half hour and i got 10.37 seconds (one hundredth away from tying the current WR) so i did it a few more times and this was my best by far||20070529|
|24||9.12 seconds||Dan Harris||Whilst racing Edouard Chambon. I was spazzing like no other. Then my cat came and spazzed with me.|
B2 D' F2 R2 B' F2 L' R2 B L2 F2 U2 R' F' D' L2 U' B R B2 R2 F2 L2 D2 L
|25||9.15 seconds||Jon Morris||This solve was nearly flawless. Smoothest, fastest solve I've ever had!||20060220|
|26||9.17 seconds||Rama Temmink||My best and second non lucky sub-10 time.|
Scramble: D' L' D B' U' F L' F2 U D L2 F U L' R2 U' B' L2 F D2 L B F2 L F
|27||9.22 seconds||Toshihiro Oono||n/a||20070328|
|28||9.30 seconds||Ryosuke Higo||n/a||20070509|
|29||9.31 seconds||Eric Limeback||Best non-lucky solve D|
F2L was smooth with virtually no pauses
OLL: r U2 R' U' R U' r'
PLL (R Perm) R' U2 R U2 R' F R U R' U' R' F' R2 U'
|30||9.34 seconds||Taylor Dawson||this was just an awesome solve I had a 3 move cross and got a extended cross in the process the f2l was easy from there had a easy oll and pll was ok video url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3MfYoX1jWs.html|
and here is the scramble D F' D2 L' F' B' R L2 F2 B' L' R' B' F' D' L B U' B' F L U' F B2 R F' D'
|31||9.39 seconds||Ravi Fernando||Not lucky. Scramble: D F R D' F' R L2 U2 R' B U R F2 D2 U2 R' D B2 D2 B2 D2 B' R L D2|
See my site. [Team Epsilon]
|32||9.46 seconds||Marc van Beest||My second sub10 non-lucky :D|
U' B F' U' D2 R2 U2 F B2 D2 F' D2 F' U' L B' L F U D2 F2 L2 R' D' F
(Bottom = cross)
|33||9.49 seconds||Scott Jacobus||It was an amazing solve!!!|
My first sub-10 and its my PB :)
|34||9.50 seconds||David Salvia||Solved in front of several people. This was a 30 turn scramble. I've been developing a "comprehensive" solve where multiple steps are combined, and sometimes it works well.||20080320|
|35||9.53 seconds||Andy Tsao||VERY easy. 7 move double extended cross, 7 move 3rd pair, 8 move 4th pair, 11 move OLL, and 3-edge PLL = 44 moves = 4.62 moves/sec.||20061017|
|35||9.53 seconds||John Cañares||Finally! sub10 PB, for how many months.||20080511|
|37||9.54 seconds||Sébastien Félix||This cube was crazy but not lucky, I get a connected pair after scrambling. I've been able to do a double extended cross on this solve in about 11 moves. 2 last slots in about 10-11 moves with multislotting, while orienting LL edges, then a COLL and the U PLL (edges 3 cycle). F2L=6s, LL=3.5s.CRAZYYY!!! [Absolut teaM member]||20050527|
|38||9.55 seconds||Anssi Vanhala||Easy cases and G-PLL.||20070126|
|39||9.57 seconds||David Bergman||Very easy solve. It was a 5 move extended cross. 2nd pair was 3 moves, next pair 8 moves, last pair 7 moves, H orient and U permutation. AMAZING!! Here is the jumble.|
U B D2 L' R2 U2 D2 F2 L' B' U L2 U B2 L2 F' D' R2 L B2 F R B' R2 B
|40||9.60 seconds||Olivier Gaucher||This solve was not lucky but very easy. Cross in 6 moves ( D L² B R D' L'). Then 3 pairs in 3 moves the last pair in 7 moves. The OLL mas a 6 moves algorithm and then the PLL T.Here is the scramble : R' L B' U² R' L' B' R D² L' F² L² F' R² U² D L F' D' U' F B L² R² D' [Absolut Team Member]||20051014|
|41||9.66 seconds||Erik Johnson||Scramble: D L U R2 F D' B2 U' L2 B' U2 D2 R' F' B D' L' U' F' B2 D L D L' B|
Solution: y x' U R2 U' D x' d R2 U R' F' R y' R U' R2 U R U2 R U' R' U2 R U' R' r' U' R U L U' R' U x U R' U2 R U2 R' F R U R' U' R' F' R2
6 move 2x2x3
|42||9.75 seconds||Ron Herbert Dunphy||Fluid.||20071220|
|43||9.77 seconds||Chia-Wei Lu||I was doing the Sunday Contest and this was the first scramble on the .txt file. I had tons of crazy practice before hand. And suddenly my first solve came out as 9.77 seconds! which is also the time for the world record time for a single 3x3 solve! I was totally amazed.|
R' B R2 F D F' D' U2 L' R2 F2 D B' R D2 B' L' D F' D R2 D' F2 R2 B2
easy cross. y2 u L R2 U2 F2
second f2l. U' y' R' U R y R U R'
third f2l. y2 U2 R U' R' U R U R'
last f2l. U' R' U' R U' R' U R
OLL. U' F U R U' R' F'
PLL. F' U' F R2 u R' U R U' R u' R2 U
|44||9.82 seconds||Matt Walter||Fairly easy cross + Easy F2L + Special OLL=9.82 seconds. A case came up for OLL that I used an algorithm from the end of my 4-step beginner method that solves a few unorientated and unpermuted cubies in one algorithm. It was lucky for that that case to come up. But I had the knowledge to execute the right algorithm. Scramble:BL2D'F2B2R2B'D'R2FLDF2D'U2L2DF'L2B'D2R'B'D||20050830|
|45||9.89 seconds||Shotaro Makisumi||B2D'RU2BU2DF'B'U'F'R2L'D'U2R2F'DU2L2R2F2U2F2R2|
Not lucky. Try it.
|45||9.89 seconds||Back Tae-Young||D' F' B L2 D2 F2 B D R2 B D U2 F' R2 F2 L2 F' L2 B2 D2 U' F D' F' D' scramble (U = Yellow, F = Blue)||20060401|
|47||9.95 seconds||Pedro Santos||L2 U' R L2 D F2 D' B U2 L2 F2 D2 B' U L D2 L' U B' U F2 U L F' D|
WOW! Sub-10! This was fantastic great look ahead yet moving fast
y x2 U L U' L F' y' D L D
U' L U' L'
y' U' R U' R'
y U2 R U' R' U R U R'
y U2 R U' R' U2 R U' R'
R U R' U' r R' U R U' r'
U2 R2 U' R' U R U' y' x' L' U' R U' R' U' L U
57 moves / 9.95 -> 5.7286 moves/sec
|48||10.00 seconds||Chris Brownlee||very fast F2L, easy edge control on last pair ending in a ZBLL case that i knew.||20070217|
|49||10.01 seconds||Piotr Kózka||Fast F2L, easy LL||20071231|
|50||10.06 seconds||Kittikorn Tangsucharittham||My fastest Non-lucky solve|
w/ Square - OLL and U - PLL
|51||10.11 seconds||Kyle Allaire||Petrus method. F2l with no bad edges. sune OLL. Checkered pattern PLL. super easy. in any case i would say good luck to anyone for sub 10.HAH it's faster then it looks.||20051121|
|52||10.17 seconds||Isagani Esteron||full step. non-easy||20080808|
|53||10.18 seconds||Bertalan Bodor||almost sub-10...||20090106|
|54||10.22 seconds||Hiroyuki Take||n/a||20070330|
|55||10.30 seconds||Forrest Lin||This wasn't the best F2L, but I executed it extremely fast and I was tracking all the C/E pairs. I inserted the 4th F2L slot differently to force a easy OLL, and then T-Perm. Very, very fast solve.||20080225|
|56||10.34 seconds||Warren Liao||This is a really crazy solve. It was a 5 move extended cross that I could see. The second F2L pair is a 3 move one. I put in the 3rd and 4th pair of F2L at once, and i recognized it really fast. The OLL is a 6 move solve (F U R U' R' F'). The PLL is my favorite one that I can solve in less than 2 seconds (The one where the incorrects shape like a "L"). The PLL recognition time is almost 0. I use a Stackmat timer and my brother witnessed the solve.||20050616|
|57||10.38 seconds||Levi Reichelt||Great solve, non-lucky. I executed the A-Perm so smoothly :)||20081121|
|58||10.40 seconds||Thomas Templier||A perfect non lucky solve with the easiest steps.|| |
|59||10.43 seconds||Tim Sun||Double x-cross 11 moves, 3rd pair 3 moves, Fourth pair 11 moves (fastest possible), LL Anti-Sune. That's not lucky, seriously. :) 33 moves, I really don't turn that fast.||20061016|
|59||10.43 seconds||Son Chang-Hwan||nice single record!! Cube Life||20070317|
|61||10.45 seconds||Justin Adsuara||Done in June of 2007, never bothered to submit it.||20080317|
|62||10.47 seconds||Mateus Moitinho de Almeida||L2 R' D' B2 D' L2 U L2 B' F' R' F2 D2 U' B' L' B F2 D' B2 F2 R2 B F2 R2|
This scramble was amazing. I beat the WR by .01, hehe.
|63||10.48 seconds||Karl Rabaya||easy cross, sune, U perm||20071231|
|63||10.48 seconds||Alex Bailey||U' B D2 B L R B' F' R' F' D B2 F D U2 L2 R B2 L' R2 D' U B F2 U|
Both T OLL and PLL )
|65||10.50 seconds||Fritz Briones||I'm just testing my improved skills. I cubed from 2pm to 5pm, and I got this non lucky solve, it was a very smooth and easy solve.||20080109|
|66||10.58 seconds||Patrick Jameson||That was an awesome solve! Everything went perfect with no lock-ups. Next stop, sub-10 :D||20080430|
|67||10.59 seconds||Piotr Frankowski||R F' D L' D' F U2 B2 L2 F2 U' B R' U B' L D L2 F R2 F U' F2 U' B2||20070617|
|68||10.72 seconds||Jack Moseley||Wow! I just tried going really slow and with good look ahead, and got this solve! About 5 move extended cross, average F2L, 3 move OLL and 3 corner cycle. It could probably have been sub 10 or at least low 10, but I recognized the PLL pretty slow.||20071011|
|68||10.72 seconds||Daniel Lundwall||R B2 L' D' R2 F D2 L D' B' D2 B R2 F' U2 B2 U2 F L' D2 F R F2 D' R'|
Nice x-cross where I could see the second pair during inspection. f R U R' U' f' OLL and U-perm.
|70||10.74 seconds||Brent Morgan||This is the fastest recorded time I have. This wasn't lucky at all. This wasn't perfect either and I think this can be beaten. My site! This was not lucky at all.||20051119|
|71||10.79 seconds||Michael Herden||Finally the first 10.xx - and non-lucky! Video is here:|
|72||10.80 seconds||Yoon Soon Seung||http://blog.naver.com/mrid44/33439293||20070119|
|73||10.81 seconds||Tobias Daneels||This solve was amazing.|
I saw already 2 f2l's before the solve.
And the rest went smooth )
And no, i can't say sub-10 is possible, not in this life anyway.
|74||10.84 seconds||Tatsuya Ookubo||n/a||20061115|
|74||10.84 seconds||Alex Seidler||My mom scrambled it and asked me to show her a solve, so I timed it and got this! No steps were skipped, OLL was rUR'URU2r', PLL was edge cycle. very exciting!||20070820|
|74||10.84 seconds||Ville Seppänen||LL was Carrot||20081116|
|77||10.86 seconds||Martin Choo||Still can't sub-10. Need to learn better OLL algos and F2L tricks...||20081206|
|78||10.88 seconds||Benjamin Dow||very smooth cross, easy f2l, t shaped oll, t perm. could have been sub 10 with a better cube. oh well||20080224|
|79||10.91 seconds||Ryota Nakahara||n/a||20060829|
|80||10.93 seconds||Peck Ern-Min||finally sub-11!||20090106|
|81||10.94 seconds||Edouard Chambon||no lucky LL||20050909|
|81||10.94 seconds||Sinpei Araki||No Lucky but Easy||20060530|
|83||11 seconds||Adam Géhin||Sachant de le carré d'une distance est une distance, expliquez pourquoi une surface s'exprime en mètres carrés.|| |
|83||11 seconds||Jessica Fridrich||It was a while ago, I guess, in 1993. See Dan's comment on the standards for records.||1993|
|85||11.07 seconds||Jason Thong||U' L2 F2 L F' U2 B' L2 R' U2 R F2 D2 L' B' L2 R2 F' U2 F U2 L2 R U2 L Not lucky!! I can start on any color. This is how it was solved (I later retraced it): z2 y' cross: F' R' D 1: R U2 R' 2: d' R U R' 3: y' L U' L' 4: U2 L' U L U2 L' U L OLL: y' x' R U L' U' R' U L U' x PLL: U2 L U' L U L U L U' L' U' L2||20050921|
|86||11.12 seconds||Katsuyuki Konishi||PLANET PUZZLE||20050503|
|86||11.12 seconds||Bernett Orlando||Not lucky, but everything was fluent.||20070929|
|88||11.15 seconds||Marcus Stuhr||This was in fact done about a year ago at school, with my friend using a stopwatch as a timer. To be fair however, the cross was insanely easy to put up and the F2L took maybe 12-14 moves total, along with a fast last layer.|| |
|89||11.17 seconds||Jefferson Yalung||it was my Personal's Best. using cubetimer.com.|
i am currently sub20. here's my result. http://pinoyspeedcubers.forumotion.com/speedcubing-f7/cubing-sessions-t4823-270.htm
|90||11.18 seconds||Tomasz Piotrowski||very easy cases [PSF member]||20050811|
|91||11.30 seconds||Michael Young||F' U2 L2 B' R2 D2 F2 D2 B2 U2 L2 D' F' R' B2 R2 D L2 D R U2 (21f)|
X-cross trivial pair 6-move P OLL T PLL. Pretty nice others could easily get sub-10
|92||11.31 seconds||Gerard Neras||.||20080716|
|92||11.31 seconds||Marco Iamonte||scramble|
D2 B2 R2 F' L2 B R2 B' R2 D2 U2 B U L D L2 F2 L' B2 F R'
(do with white U and orange F)
Solve (hold yellow in U and red in F)
B' R2 D R' U x2 U' B U' B' U' R U2 R' U' R U R' y' R U2 R' U' L' U L
U F' U' F U2 R U' R y' (l' U' L U R U' r' F ) U' (R U' L d2 L' U L R' U' R U2 r' F l' U' y2)
|94||11.36 seconds||Karl Baillehaiche||Really lucky scramble!|
L D F2 L' U2 R2 D R U' D2 L' F R D2 B R' B2 D' B2 U2 B L' R2 B2 D
Have a nice Cube
|95||11.41 seconds||Teemu Tiinanen||This was truly an amazing solve I'm sure I won't break this record in the near future :P.|
Scramble: U' D B2 D' B2 D' F2 D2 B2 F' L' R U' F' R' U R' L U B' R2 B F L2 F2 and the reconstructed solve is: double x-cross: L U2 R2 U L2 3rd pair: U2 y' R U R' U R U' R' 4th pair: L' U' L OLL: F R U' R' U' R U R' F' PLL: y2 R2 U'R' U' R U R U R U' R. As you can see this was a rather easy solve :)
|96||11.46 seconds||Stefan Pochmann||Two days before the US Open 2007.||20070625|
|97||11.49 seconds||Anthony Benis||Scramble = B2 F' L B' F' R F2 L2 F' D2 L2 F2 D B' U F2 D2 U2 R' B2 F R F' R2 U|
Cross Color = D
Can't seem to find my solve again it had a "C" shaped OLL and T-perm though.
|98||11.52 seconds||Emile Compion||U' B2 F' R' F D L B2 F D2 B' F' D U2 F' D2 R2 U2 R B2 D2 L2 R2 F U|
6 turn X-cross, smooth F2L, 10 turn OLL and a U-perm.
|99||11.53 seconds||Kamil Górski||scramble: B' F2 U2 F' U L' U' R' B2 D2 F L2 B L R B' U2 F U'|
cross: U B2 L' R
f2l: x2 y' L' U L R U' R' F' L' U2 L F y2 L' U' L U L' U2 L U L' U' L R U R' U' R U2 R' U' R U R'
oll: F R U R' U' F'
pll: R' U R' U' R' U' R' U R U R2
the scramble is shortened with cube explorer generated by jnetcube i don't have orginal 25 moves long version.
|100||11.56 seconds||Ruben Geels||n/a||20081014|
|101||11.60 seconds||Tom Hasegawa||Name of my website||20070701|
|102||11.61 seconds||Le Hoang||Ahhh. I want sub 10. Currently averaging 16-17 seconds 2 look OLL. Very happy with this. Normal 7 seocond F2L OLL and then a corner cycle to finish. =] Very satisfied||20090308|
|103||11.62 seconds||Thom Barlow||VGhlc2UgbWVzc2FnZXMgYXJlIGdldHRpbmcgaW|
|104||11.63 seconds||Gábor Róka||It was actually a 9.63 solve, just a missed the last turn and i had a penality. =( Last layer was Anti-sune and T-perm.||20081009|
|105||11.65 seconds||Roland Kovács||Done on an anniversary cube.|
cross: 5 moves
3 edges PLL
|106||11.64 seconds||Syuhei Omura||U2 F B' R2 L2 D B R F B L2 B2 R' B' R' F U2 L2 D' L' D R2 D F' L2|
|107||11.67 seconds||Dennis Lysenko||MM's Place - where I keep all of my records||20090214|
|108||11.71 seconds||Chawalit Booprasert||n/a||20090214|
|109||11.73 seconds||Niko Kauffman||Sub-12 feels good.||20081002|
|110||11.78 seconds||Yuto Hosokawa||U' L' D F' D' B L' B U D2 L2 F R2 L B' U' D2 B' D2 F2 D2 B2 R' D' R||20080323|
|111||11.80 seconds||Greg Brown||Non-lucky. I don't know what happened. I got to the PLL at around 9.5 seconds. I didn't skip any steps. I guess those 76 solves before this payed off.||20080403|
|112||11.81 seconds||Frank Morris||And I thought that I would never break 12 seconds. Whew. Very easy, but not lucky.. All steps were encountered.|| |
|113||11.82 seconds||Duane Call||I was so excited when I got this time. This is my first sub-12. I will admit it was a bit lucky. Solved cross on bottom, then placed 4 F2L pairs separately, one of my fastest OLL's, and a skipped PLL.||20070217|
|114||11.84 seconds||Lars Vandenbergh||n/a||20040830|
|115||11.85 seconds||Richard Meyer||I was cubing with Stefan, Patrick, Bob, and Ryan when i had this solve, Stefan mixed it up for me. It was as lucky as you could get without actually being lucky, i didn't skip any steps but they were all like the shortest sequence of moves possible. This isn't exact, but i think the solve was around 45 moves or so.||20070620|
|116||11.88 seconds||Bertrand Bordage||Not including lucky cases. I think it will be possible for me to break the 10 s with training. Video of me solving the cube in 15.56 s.|| |
|117||11.89 seconds||Andrew Spelman||Sub 12 non lucky solve using fridrich. Very easy solve. Done while racing Craig.||20060713|
|118||11.92 seconds||Zac Livesay||Petrus method. 3 move 2x2x2 4 move 2x2x3. The whole solve was 32 or 33 moves long. OLL skip semi intentionally while finishing the F2L. Ended with a T perm.||20080703|
|119||11.97 seconds||Leyan Lo||U' L' B F' D' R B R' U2 F R2 D' L' D' U' R' U2 R2 U R U2 L D' F' R|
This solve was done using Tyson's cube at his poorly lit desk, while Tyson was elsewhere getting drunk on cognac.
|120||11.98 seconds||Doug Reed||Wow. Incredibly easy, but not 'illegally' lucky. Solve #3 of an otherwise crappy average.||20050515|
|121||11.99 seconds||Toby Mao||Very smooth. If only I could average this.||20050724|
|122||12.00 seconds||Claudio Almeida||n/a||20060915|
|123||12 seconds||Dan Knights||This was not too lucky, according to Jessica's standard|| |
|123||12 seconds||Andy Camann||I know I got this time twice, and both times it wasn't lucky. I was just having a good day, and the solution was a little easier than usual, though I skipped no steps.|| |
|125||12.01 seconds||Szabolcs Bordas||UNR||20081231|
|126||12.04 seconds||Chris Hunt||2-move cross with another 6 moves for the double extended cross. Not lucky, but very pretty indeed.|
|127||12.09 seconds||Josh Barber||4 move Cross. Easy F2L Cases. (U R U' R'). Very Fast OLL. Didn't skip any steps. But very fast Set Up. My Favorite algorithms in every step. I Don't see me breaking this anytime soon.||20070713|
|128||12.10 seconds||Chris Wilkinson||really happy with this time |
very smooth normally get around 25sec
|129||12.15 seconds||Bim Mijares||scrambled and timed by J.B. Cañares, not lucky.||20071106|
|129||12.15 seconds||Connor Wyman||wow. unbelievable. Easy cases F2L in 8 secs. T OLL and G Perm. On tape too!!||20080723|
|131||12.17 seconds||Dan Gosbee||Did this in Hollywood Florida at Holland America's Cruise ship terminal waiting area in front of about 200 people (after cube being scrambled by at least 4 people for like what seemed hours!!.someone out there has a video of it I know it. Using my yet published method (if you want to compare its sort of like Mark Waterman's method)||2003|
|131||12.17 seconds||Brian Kim||Amazing F2L, Free OLL.||20060211|
|133||12.19 seconds||Jai Gambhir||Easy, but not lucky.||20071231|
|134||12.22 seconds||Brian Loftus||L2 R B2 F2 L R' D U' B' D U2 F2 R2 D' U' L2 D2 R' U2 F D2 U F' D' R'|
Full-step. 3move cross all easy inserts easy OLL and a Z for PLL.
|134||12.22 seconds||Juan Manuel Grados Luyando||not lucky, only very easy f2l||20090308|
|136||12.25 seconds||François Sechet||Done on Thursday Jan 20th, the day before I went to Cauet's radio show. First time I seriously picked up the cube in a long while. Got a few 13s in that session too.||20050120|
|138||12.29 seconds||Jeremy Tan||n/a||20080403|
|139||12.30 seconds||Thomas Stadler||Start slowly, last turns very fast no delays. |
|140||12.34 seconds||Ou Chen||Anti-sune and U perm, what more could I ask for?||20080828|
|141||12.37 seconds||Ibrahim Zaidi||my best non-lucky solve, lucky is 9 seconds looking at the clock. i am not consistant but this was good looking ahead.|
usually 25ish with going slow and looking ahead, but this going fast and looking ahead. i have a video, hamiby3995.
|142||12.39 seconds||Olivier Mesado||this is really fast!! all moves anticipated with 6 or 7 looks. but single solve isn't really significant..||20051118|
|143||12.42 seconds||Renan Mondini Cerpe||www.cubovelocidade.110mb.com||20080701|
|144||12.44 seconds||John Tamanas||B2 D B F2 L F2 R U R2 U2 L2 R' B2 F2 L R D L' R' D2 B F2 R2 U B2 scramble with cross color on F.|
This was such an easy solve 4 move X-cross 7 second F2l and a T permutation. This is my first non-lucky sub 13 solve
|145||12.48 seconds||Alan Tan||HAHAHA! Beastin once again. this was completely random too split in the middle of 18 sec. solves. No step skip but a sune and U perm w/ easy F2L. Self-randomly scrambled XP|
BUT FINALLY! SUB 13! First time =D
|145||12.48 seconds||Gabriel Giorgieri||i remember only that i did the cross on 5 moves, fast and simple F2L and OLL=FRUR'U'F' and PLL=H|
this is the vedeo (it isn't high quality)
|147||12.5 seconds||Tony Snyder||n/a||2002|
|148||12.52 seconds||Tristan Peñarroyo||video is here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yW1XcT9ppVk|
so insane, I almost popped my eyeballs, kewl solve
|149||12.53 seconds||Camden Dwelle||n/a||20070531|
|149||12.53 seconds||Yi Ren||skip 1 part of f2l and skip oll(really luckly)||20090214|
|151||12.56 seconds||Richard Verrycken||I was in tha zone!||20070414|
|152||12.59 seconds||Gábor Schmíz||It was a very easy solve, but not lucky. I could smoothly create an x-cross, then had easy f2l cases, a 2-step OLL with the antisune in the end and one of the two R algs for PLL.||20080306|
|153||12.63 seconds||Alex Kim||n/a||20080317|
|154||12.64 seconds||Massimiliano Iovane||good single!! no skip.||20081121|
|155||12.65 seconds||Brian Macutay||yes!!|
|156||12.66 seconds||Corwin Shiu||F L2 U2 L2 U2 F' D F2 U' D2 B' F U' L' R2 D2 B' U2 R' F2 L' D2 R2 U L'|
Easy cases. I'm having a good day P New fastest BLD at 3:01 and sub 18 average for the first time 17.61.
|157||12.67 seconds||Nicolas Vienne||n/a|| |
|158||12.69 seconds||Hilmar Magnusson||Scramble lost.|
Pretty easy x-cross. 2 very easy f2l pairs, 6 move OLL, and A pll. Still 2 seconds better than my previous best.
|159||12.70 seconds||Tomasz Korzeniewski||Without delay :)||20070312|
|160||12.72 seconds||Joseph Gibney||L U' F U2 D2 L2 U2 L R' F2 B R' F B U' D2 F B L2 D2 F2 D2 U2 L D'|
Easy, but non-lucky solve. Almost no cube rotation. F2L flowed very nicely and was very fast. The LL cases were also fast ones.
|160||12.72 seconds||Justin Cañares||nyahahahaha fastest tym! 12.72.ibutang sa speedcubing.com||20080712|
|162||12.73 seconds||Michael Fung||Timed with 'The ultimate Rubik's cube® timer version 2.1'. I used Cross F2L OLL and PLL. The scramble: RDU2FRFLB2LFDL'R'D2B2U2RF'R'F2B2L'R2F'L'||20051213|
|163||12.74 seconds||Jefferson James||It was about time I beat my old record.||20080224|
|164||12.75 seconds||Song Jae-Hyuk||~||20070226|
|164||12.75 seconds||Moritz Karl||0.5 worse than my lucky record||20081231|
|166||12.80 seconds||Jesse Zhao||65) 12.80 F2 R' D F2 L2 U2 L2 R B2 L' F2 D2 F' L' D' L D' R' U2 F' D B D' L' F2||20071028|
|167||12.86 seconds||Blazej Morgala||Fast, but not the fastest. I feel, that I can beat it! )||20071213|
|167||12.86 seconds||Ken Francoise Panganiban||This was done yesterday as of now this is my smoothest solve. Not a lucky case.||20080125|
|167||12.86 seconds||Thiradet Khlangkun||Easy Cross||20081231|
|170||12.88 seconds||Jacky Chu||Great||20081121|
|171||12.89 seconds||Guanyang Yu||Got lucky. 4 move cross and two easy pairs for F2l.||20071120|
|172||12.92 seconds||Yo Jong Lee||easy scramble but not lucky.||20080113|
|173||12.93 seconds||Jun Hyuk Kim||YEAH my new PB!|
|173||12.93 seconds||Juwon Bae||Yeah!!|
but im the first time with the international unofficial
um. I think i had a PLL luck.
|175||12.94 seconds||Jon Choi||I'm sure this wasn't my first sub-13... don't know what happened to my previous record that may have been here?||20090106|
|176||12.96 seconds||Ton Dennenbroek||Yes, next in competition||20071011|
|176||12.96 seconds||Marcus Lowe||I Uber pwn all||20071228|
|178||12.97 seconds||Thomas Watiotienne||It was an incredible solve!! Completly unlucky, but easiest step and fast F2L!!||20071011|
|179||13.00 seconds||Doug Li||Getting faster is normal right? But the average has gotten a lot worst. 25 turn F2L so a bit lucky maybe? CLL/ELL finish.||20050712|
|180||13 seconds||Michel Westerbeek||It was in 1982.||1982|
|180||13 seconds||Jesse Huang||I did it on a bus.|
Friends were timing me.
|180||13 seconds||Gord Baker||n/a||20070602|
|183||13.04 seconds||Bryan Mytko||easy cross, blazing F2L, sune + u-perm, significantly faster than anything in my typical 21-22s avg.||20051111|
|184||13.05 seconds||Timmie Wong||Unlucky. Very easy cross, and I think there was already a corner-edge pair grouped, so i saved lots of time (i suck at cross to f2l transition)|
|185||13.07 seconds||Ian Winokur||L D2 F B R F' U L2 B F' U F2 L B L' U' B2 U2 D2 L2 F' R' U2 D2 F|
Bob Burton and I got together tonight and did 100 team blindfold solves. When we finished, I raced him on one sighted cube and I got this solve!
|186||13.08 seconds||Jussi Lahtinen||n/a||20070918|
|187||13.11 seconds||Rommy Barghout||Starting to get back into cubing||20060901|
|187||13.11 seconds||Arthur Adams||Non-lucky.|
If you use F2L you must try this scramble.
Scrambled with white on top blue in front solved blue cross:
D2 B2 F' U F D2 U L D L2 R2 F' R B R F L2 U B2 F2 L' D2 U B F'
|189||13.13 seconds||Jess Bonde||Not including lucky cases.|| |
|190||13.18 seconds||Bob Burton||I've been getting a lot more fast solves lately.|
Visit my site.
|191||13.19 seconds||Philip Goh||L D' R F' L' U2 D2 B' L U' R' U2 L D L R' U' B2 L B' F2 L2 F' L' U|
Not a lucky solve, just a lot of really easy cases =)
|192||13.20 seconds||Per Kristen Fredlund||Gosh! This was really fast for me. While doing first layer i managed to solve 2 edges on middle layer by simply turning the U layer away (so they didn't get destroyed again). Then only a 3-cycle to solve the last 2. And fast last layer. 3 short algs only. I normally do 4-look but i still won't call this lucky since it's quite often 3-look and not full 4-look anyway. Never believed such a time was possible with my LBL method :-)||20050710|
|192||13.20 seconds||DD Crow||my fastest time ever, i got two 13 sec in a day. Viva Indonesia, Thanks for Maria Oey.||20080225|
|194||13.21 seconds||Takuma Shirahase||R2 D U2 L D2 U' B F2 L2 D U' L R2 B F' U' L F L2 D2 U L R U' L'|
|194||13.21 seconds||Waldemar Mopera III||pwnage :) i need to improve more on my F2L and PLL execution.||20080727|
|196||13.24 seconds||Josh Fernandez||so close..if I ever break 12.11, I will be a very happy person.|| |
|197||13.26 seconds||Benjo Enriquez||no skips. just a smooth solve with some easy cases.||20070919|
|198||13.28 seconds||Joseph Spadafora||Fastest non-lucky solve. Just smooth.||20051111|
|199||13.29 seconds||David Wesley||Not including lucky cases.|| |
|199||13.29 seconds||Lee June Kyo||18.45 17.79 18.01 14.72 (13.29) 16.91 (20.49) 20.32 20.10 16.53 16.80 19.11|
I got the sub-18. I can win Japanese, coming soon. I'm Korean.