Rubik's Cube: Executing all 21 PLL algorithms
131.34 secondsBreandan Vallancestill 2 or 3 lockups and a bad start. i could probably sub 30 but im getting bored of timeattacking at the moment. i'll try and beat it soon.20090308
235.02 secondsHiroyuki TakeVideo is here,my website20071208
336.03 secondsMitsuki GunjiVideo is here.20071027
436.53 secondsYu SajimaI want to get 1st place.
I'll have to do more practicing.
My weblog (only Japanese sorry)
536.72 secondsYu NakajimaVideo is here. My website20070811
637.04 secondsEugene ChangI was going for consistency and no lock ups in the plls. and all of a sudden a 37.04 pops up out of now where. Close to the Record and I'm not even a sub 15 solver.20080406
737.74 secondsRyosuke HigoMy site20070808
837.84 secondsTakuma AkutsuMy web blog 20071106
937.99 secondsMilán BaticzDon't remember the exact time but it was 37.xx.
Practise practise practise.
1038.08 secondsHarris ChanI used Joy cube and took sooo many tries to get this!
The video
1138.65 secondsJang-Suk WonYes!
1238.72 secondsFubo Wang^^20090510
1339.10 secondsTakumi Yoshidan/a20070921
1441.11 secondsJohannes LaireI haven't practised LL lately, I was just hoping for a sub-50. :)20070106
1541.16 secondsAdam PolkowskiA few mistakes.20071015
1641.33 secondsJoël van NoortInspired by Yu Nakajima's video, I wanted to try if I could beat my old record. My site.20070814
1741.35 secondsFubo WangSome of PLLs may be too old20081206
1841.88 secondsErik AkkersdijkSub-40 soon I hope and also I try to videotape it. My order:
U U Z H A A T J R(good one) J N(bad one) R(bad one) F V Y E N(good) G G G G
1942.56 secondsHoe Tze HanIncredibly smooth execution, won't beat this for a long time to come. The order is 4 Gs, 2 Us, H, Z, 2 Rs, 2 Js, 2 As, E, 2 Ns, F, V, T, Y.20080607
2042.59 secondsAnthony HsuFirst sub-45 attempt! I found a good side to start on. I execute the 21 PLLs in alphabetical order.20080229
2143.16 secondsAndy Tsao2nd sub-4520071207
2243.41 secondsJ.B. CańaresVideo is here:
2343.57 secondsMichael GottliebReally good. Type F + Japanese color scheme = win.20090214
2444.56 secondsYuji YoonMy Weblog - Amazing Speed20071228
2544.84 secondsLucas GarronVideo
I can beat this. This was a mediocre attempt but my only successful attempt that day (no POP or other logistic troubles.).I'll put up my PLL algs in a database soon.
2645.03 secondsSinpei ArakiThis is key of Sub1220070928
2745.22 secondsOlivier GaucherI was so close to sub-45, grrrrrrrrrr. Simply Absolut Team Member20050728
2846.08 secondsBenson LiangOrder of execution: H Z Us As E Rs Js Ns Gs F T V Y
Video is here:
2947.30 secondsStefan PochmannAbout the fourth attempt after planning the order. Didn't think I'd be in the top 10 so easily. I'd like to see more up to date results of the really fast guys.20070625
3048.22 secondsRoland KovácsI learned a new algo for Y, but I need a new V and E.
N algos are the slowest (2.70) and T the fastest (1.19)
3148.40 secondsEdouard ChambonI really can do better, sub45 for example.20050506
3248.41 secondsDerrick EideHavent done this in awhile! and since then i've improve, and advance my PLL algs! and i've gotten faster! so i beat my old record! and im gonna start practicing this again! YEAH!! :D20080402
3348.42 secondsKatsuyuki KonishiVarious wishes exist. PLANET PUZZLE. 
3448.51 secondsJesse ZhaoHehe, I had just set another record 2 minutes ago. First sub 50!20071117
3548.60 secondsJean PonsFELIX 's LL20050608
3649.16 secondsYuki HayashiCheck my website.20050928
3750.52 secondsPhil ThomasCLOSE TO SUB 5020071121
3851.16 secondsToshihiro Oonon/a20070313
3951.18 secondsTakuma ShirahaseMy site20080128
4053.58 secondsKarl RabayaVideo is here20071229
4153.81 secondsGunnar KrigIt's hard to do all cases in a row. Without all the big mistakes I'd be able to get 5s faster.20070507
4254.41 secondsShotaro MakisumiFinally, I'm averaging around 56 sec.20050602
4354.58 secondsAnthony Benis2.60 seconds / PLL! I used my new DIY so I could probably manage sub - 50 once I get used to the smoothness.20070909
4454.64 secondsFelix KungVery good! 20080820
4554.97 secondsPeck Ern-Minn/a20081231
4656.37 secondsRichard PattersonThis was done after many attempts. I can't imagine producing much better results.20050425
4756.53 secondsYoshihiko MatushitaI'm 12 years old.20060202
4856.78 secondsTobias DaneelsI really need better PLL excecution to go sub 14 average in competition.20090308
4956.94 secondsRyota Nakaharan/a20060423
5058.43 secondsDavid Wesleyn/a 
5158.78 secondsYuzuru MishimaI did it!20051011
5258.98 secondsZalán Mihályfirst sub 1 :) And my 10th solve :)20081026
5359.51 secondsTimmie WongSub-one minute.started and ended in solved state, too!
541 minute 0.01 secondsAlan TanARG SO CLOSE TO SUB 1-MIN!
This was a rather nice PLL execution I must admit with hardly any delay. Here's my PLL order:
Works nicely for me for some reason XD Now I just need to go faster w/ my fingers =D
551 minute 0.87 secondsAnton Rostovikovn/a20080724
561 minute 4.31 secondsKĺre KrigOnce I replaced my slowest algs I could easily cut 15s.20061002
571 minute 4.72 secondsChristophe ThiriotSub-60 is coming.20051212
581 minute 6.84 secondsClément GalletCan do a little better (perhaps sub 60 soon.?). 
591 minute 6.93 secondsKrishanu Roy SankarI'll post the order in which I did them. Just the order on the speedcubing pll page (did the Gs, p14-p17, in a random order)
R' F R' B2 R F' R' B2 R2 R2 B2 R F R' B2 R F' R R B L B' R' B L' B' R B L' B' R' B L B' R B' R' B F R' F B' R' B R F2 U r2 R2 U r2 R2 U2 r2 R2 U r2 R2 R U' R U R U R U' R' U' R2 R2 U R U R' U' R' U' R' U R' L U' R' U L' U2 R U' R' U2 R R' U L U' R U2 L' U L U2 L' R U R' U' R' F R2 U' R' U' R U R' F' R' U2 R U2 R' F R U R' U' R' F' R2 U' L U2 L' U2 L F' L' U' L U L F L2 U R' U R U' R2 F' U' F U R F R' F' R2 U' R2 u R' U R' U' R D' F2 L' U L L' U' L F2 D R' U R U' R u' R2 L2 u' L U' L U L' D F2 R U' R' R U R' F2 D' L U' L' U L' u L2 R' U R' U' B' D B' D' B2 R' B' R B R L U' R U2 L' U R' L U' R U2 L' U R' R' U L' U2 R U' L R' U L' U2 R U' L F R U' R' U' R U R' F' R U R' U' R' F R F'
I can't believe that I just typed that. oh well. 266 moves if I counted correctly. I need to work on some of these.
601 minute 8.23 secondsRoland KovácsI'd like to get sub5020080228
611 minute 9.03 secondsUmar Qattani finally learned all plls in 2 weeks and this is my best time20071227
621 minute 11.26 secondsNico ElaydaI still have to work on my N and G perms.
631 minute 13 secondsDavid SkolnikToo lazy to have them all in front of me so remembering them takes too much time!!20060117
641 minute 14.91 secondsJeffrey Zhang3.19 mps. I can improve.20071209
651 minute 19 secondsYi Renso slow20090214
661 minute 19.90 secondsKen Francoise PanganibanMy very first try I badly need new PLL algorithms. and a DIY cube.
Go Filipinos!
671 minute 21.97 secondsArman Ruwen BurgosI use a total of 300 qtr turns for this. I need better PLL algorithms.20070910
681 minute 26.07 secondsBrian Loftusw00t I am no longer last! Again this was done with OH! My goal is to get under 84 giving me sub4 for all my PLL's but i know much less than that is possible.
My OH Website
691 minute 26.10 secondsAlex WalkerNOT LAST! This decrease in 12.5 seconds is basically because I added some rotations and just lubed my cube.20050702
701 minute 26.71 secondsChristopher Mulleri messed up the one g perm and had to think a little.20080626
711 minute 26.98 secondsMike Hugheyn/a20081206
721 minute 28 secondsChris GilsdorfIn the past 24 hours I've broken my 3x3 record, average, 1 handed record, 2 different averages with 1 hand, and my permutations record (needless to say I'm in a good mood ;) 
731 minute 39.53 secondsBrad Sampson5th try!20080111
741 minute 55 secondsEirik StrřmWow20080123