Square-1 |

Place | Result | Name | Quote | Date |
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1 | 12.77 seconds | Piotr Michal Padlewski | Yeah!! very good solve first sub 13.Non lc. (0 6) / (3 -3) / (-3 ) / (3 ) / (-3 1) / (6 5) / (-1 4) / (6 2) / (6 3) / (0 3) / (6 5) / (4 2) / (0 2) / (-2 2) / (6 4) / go to my youtube chanel | 20090510 |

2 | 13.25 seconds | Seamus Sullivan | pretty good | 20080703 |

3 | 13.53 seconds | Martin Zahradník | Yeees!! I'm very happy. :-) It was really great solve. :-) | 20071015 |

4 | 14.08 seconds | Cheung Ka Lok | amazing result | 20081012 |

5 | 14.09 seconds | Grzegorz Prusak | 2 twists to cube, 2 moves (1 twist) CO, 4 twists EO, 5 twists CP, 4 twists EP. My nonLC solve definition: minimum 2 twists to cube, any Corners Orientation (bringing corners to correct layer), any Edges Orientation, any Corners Permutation, any Edges Permutation. Is it correct? | 20070306 |

6 | 14.69 seconds | James Kobel | awesome solve | 20090201 |

7 | 14.96 seconds | Bernett Orlando | 0,2/0,1/6,0/0,3/0,4/6,0/6,5/-5,0/-4,0/6,0/6,0/6,0/2,3/-5,4/6,0/0,5,6,3/-3,0 is the sramble algm for this solve. Is it lucky ? | 20070304 |

8 | 15.20 seconds | Lars Vandenbergh | This was a simple, quick, uncomplicated and relatively easy one. | 20070603 |

9 | 15.82 seconds | Andrea Santambrogio | fast solve for me | 20090510 |

10 | 16.24 seconds | Andrew Nelson | Some might consider it lucky, as I skipped 2 steps, but I worked for every skip. 3-twist cube shape. I planned out my corner orientation to solve edge orientation as well. then I did my corner permutation from an awkward angle to solve edge permutation as well. This comes the day after a VERY lucky 7.40 solve (randomly generated scramble ended up having a 6-twist solution) I'm getting better. | 20080320 |

11 | 16.28 seconds | Milan Baticz | Non-lucky solve. Still use only 3 algs for EP. Practise, practise, practise... | 20090510 |

12 | 17.33 seconds | Dennis Strehlau | NIIIIICE:P Easy shape and i knew the alg. for EP:) That helps a lot:) Check out my video of the 18.44 seconds:P http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFf9-0l_haU | 20081031 |

13 | 17.48 seconds | Uriel Gayosso Ruiz | This was extremely fast for me. I just had an easy scramble from the CCT :D, every step was done with only one algorithm :D. Scramble: (0,2) / (0,4) / (6,3) / (6,4) / (6,5) / (0,1) / (5,3) / (6,3) / (0,3) / (6,0) / (6,1) / (0,2) / (6,0) / (0,3) / (4,0) / (2,0) / (0,3) / Try it out. It rocks!! I hope i can get the continental record :D, or at least the national record. The Mexican Competition is getting closser each time!! | 20080925 |

14 | 17.72 seconds | Michael Fung | Timed with "The ultimate Rubik's cube® timer version 2.1". No parity error. The scramble: 0,2/1,1/6,5/-3,0/0,4/5,0/0,2/4,3/0,2/4,3/-3,0/0,3/6,2/-4,0/0,4/6,0/0,4/-3,0. | 20060506 |

15 | 18.41 seconds | Jason Baum | I got the scramble from Stefan's blindfolded solve: -2,0/0,-4/0,3/0,1/6,2/6,0/6,3/-3,1/5,5/6,1/-1,2/0,4/6,2/0,1/0,5/0,3/3,0 Cube shape: /6,-3/ Bottom corners: 1,0/3,6/ Bottom edges: -3,-3/0,-3/-1,-4/1,1/0,3/0,3/2,6 PLL: 6,0/-3,0/-2,0/0,3/2,0/3,0/-2,0/0,-3/-4,0 I guess the bottom edges were slightly lucky since I usually do them in two steps (first two edges, final two edges). But doing the first two edges only takes 2-4 twists, so I didn't skip that much. Check out my method here. | 20080529 |

16 | 18.49 seconds | Evan Ralston | WOW non-lucky. Just finished learning all of the Edge Permutation algorithms and this was my third solve!! | 20080626 |

17 | 18.74 seconds | Derrick Eide | nice | 20081213 |

18 | 19.43 seconds | Michal Robaczyk | Nice | 20070713 |

19 | 22.69 seconds | Joël Heymbeeck | Not lucky. So smooth and so easy :) | 20070222 |

20 | 23.07 seconds | Michael Gottlieb | No parity, and the EP was an adjacent swap on U and D. I didn't skip any steps though. | 20081012 |

21 | 23.62 seconds | Stefan Lidström | No steps skipped. EP was cw U in both layers. | 20090308 |

22 | 23.78 seconds | Ben King | Not much to say about this | 20060628 |

23 | 23.92 seconds | Trevor Davila | Fast. Cubestation YouTube | 20070821 |

24 | 27 seconds | Will Klausler | whoa whoa whoa whoa!!once back in cube shape one layer was solved and the other only needed a simple corner and edge pair switch. Super Lucky!! | 20090308 |

25 | 27.82 seconds | Fumiki Koseki | 0,5/0,6/1,3/3,3/-4,0/0,1/6,5/6,2/6,5/0,1/2,1/2,4/0,4/4,4/-2,2/-4,0 | 20061217 |

26 | 28.72 seconds | Syoji Takamatsu | The scramble: -2,2/0,3/-4,1/-4,0/-5,2/-4,3/0,3/0,2/6,1/6,4/0,4/0,2/0,3/6,0/-5,5/6,0/0,3 My site | 20061016 |

27 | 28.91 seconds | Pedro Santos | -3,6/6,0/3,3/-3,3/-3,4/6,0/6,2/3,3/3,1/0,5/5,2/0,2/-2,2/0,4/4,4/ WOW! This was great. Easy EO, the rest was nice | 20080213 |

28 | 28.93 seconds | Tim Reynolds | Non-lucky but exceedingly easy. First sub-40 non-lucky time. My next goal is to learn more of EP, then some more shape algs. | 20070106 |

29 | 32.07 seconds | Nikko Decembrano | woooh.., it's really hard.. | 20080227 |

30 | 33.91 seconds | Emile Compion | I lost interest in Square-1 for a while. I have no idea why, its such a cool puzzle! | 20080331 |

31 | 34.68 seconds | Olivér Perge | First sub-40. With a lot practise I finally broke 40 mp. Will be faster! | 20071021 |

32 | 34.74 seconds | Ouyang Yunqi | It's quite an easy case. | 20081031 |

33 | 35.00 seconds | Sinpei Araki "Suraimu" | easy.but no lucky | 20061010 |

34 | 36.85 seconds | Yi Ren | make it to a square only takes me 2 seconds | 20090214 |

35 | 37.51 seconds | François Courtès | Another easy but not lucky solve | 20080926 |

36 | 37.76 seconds | Lucas Garron | A nearly average solve it just went very quickly. Anyhow, Square-1 (especially blindfolded) is my next focus. | 20060822 |

37 | 38.47 seconds | Cameron Almasi | YEAH MY BEST YET | 20080426 |

38 | 38.70 seconds | Noah Hevey | Best solve by a long shot. Still didn't beat Emile. ~xcool [twistypuzzles.com] | 20070516 |

39 | 39.15 seconds | Doug Li | Might have been a little lucky, I forget. I certainly have had times under this that I know are lucky. I have gotten many times under 65s with parity so this time is not unreasonable to select as my PB. | 20070209 |

40 | 39.19 seconds | Bartosz Bielecki | I had algorithms which i know already:) I still learn new algorithms, so i think that soon this result would be better!:-D | 20070217 |

41 | 39.20 seconds | Marc van Beest | Yay! Easy shape. Done in my 1 min 06.64 sec avg. | 20061218 |

42 | 40.03 seconds | Jack Moseley | I just learned a new method for Square-1, it has helped my times a lot. This is only my second sub minute (first was 45 seconds)! | 20070804 |

43 | 40.67 seconds | Jak Sones | Need to work harder. | 20080714 |

44 | 41.71 seconds | Brian Nicole Uy | This is a full solve. Too busy to cube now as in I cube only once a week. Philippine Cubers Association | 20080827 |

45 | 44.03 seconds | Tatsuya Ookubo | n/a | 20060924 |

46 | 44.12 seconds | Joël van Noort | Dutch Cube Day 2004. | 20041010 |

47 | 45.66 seconds | Erik Akkersdijk | Bad method: gather edges for cube shape. Make one correct layer of corners, permute corners of the last layer, orient at least 6 of the edges, orient the last edge and permutate one layer, permutate last layer edges (with pochmann principle). | 20070629 |

48 | 54.11 seconds | Arthur Adams | Not extremely lucky. | 20080207 |

49 | 54.32 seconds | J.B. Cañares | hahaha!! its been a few days since i learned how to solve the square-1, and this is my fist fastest time, no skips, just easy cases. | 20060904 |

50 | 55 seconds | Pierre Besancenot | since 3 weeks of practice.no skips | 20070821 |

51 | 57.77 seconds | Blake O'Hare | Learn my method I created at my site | |

52 | 59.11 seconds | Alan Tan | I haven't really been active in cubing for a while since I got into guitar. but Square-1 has been a major focus for me. I'm getting better though after using a simplified version of Jason Baum's method w/ a PLL variation by Stefan Pochmann. | 20080811 |

53 | 1 minute | Zebadiah W. Ziegenbein | This was a very fast solve. i had my dad mix it and i started ot solve it and then after a few twist to get the top white and bottom green it was solved!! My normal times a little less than 5 minutes i was very proud of this solve. | 20060214 |

54 | 1 minute 1 seconds | Austin Reed | My method: Cube, Corners, Edges, PLL of Corners, PLL of Edges,(Parity). I have a wierd square-1 with red on top. It turns Extremely Well! Sub-minute is next goal. | 20080311 |

55 | 1 minute 2.98 seconds | Bob Burton | I like this puzzle a lot more now that I can solve it. ) Visit my site. | 20060523 |

56 | 1 minute 6 seconds | Wuqoing Fan | Getting into cube shape was easy and I use the most basic algs for the Jason Baum method. No real skips, but cases happen to be ones I know. | 20080925 |

57 | 1 minute 9.09 seconds | Yeom Seok Hoon | n/a | |

58 | 1 minute 11 seconds | Griffin Kinley | after a week of solving | 20050422 |

59 | 1 minute 11.27 seconds | Kenneth Gustavsson | I'm only slowly learning this puzzle, my method is almst as poor as I am =) I understand it's possible to fix parity when in star shape (at start, before cube shape) using just one move. but. how do you now wich case it is??? (I don't know). | 20061219 |

60 | 1 minute 15 seconds | Corey Duford | n/a | |

61 | 1 minute 17 seconds | Subhaan Mufid | n/a | 20080626 |

62 | 1 minute 25 seconds | Alex Kumaki | n/a | 20080119 |

63 | 1 minute 27.18 seconds | Tyler Albright | n/a | 20080903 |

64 | 1 minute 29 seconds | Mike Tryczak | This time is just the lower extreme of my ten series. | |

65 | 1 minute 30.44 seconds | Johan Hillerström | My first time actually timing :) | 20070103 |

66 | 1 minute 31 seconds | Chris Gilsdorf | Did everything but the parity. I think if I can figure out how to get it into a cube faster then I can drop under 1:30. | |

67 | 1 minute 36.14 seconds | Neil Fleck | Woohoo! I beat Chris Hardwick!. 13 years old. | 20051015 |

68 | 1 minute 36.20 seconds | Parker Gaitley | this was a fast cube shape.i have to get all big wedges on one side then i know how to solve it from there. and also no parity problem. nothing else lucky had 5 algs once i got corners on correct side. | 20050430 |

69 | 1 minute 14.31 seconds | Roland Kovács | n/a | 20080725 |

70 | 1 minute 44.50 seconds | Justin Eimers | I've been cutting down my times quite a bit in the last week. Hope to get them under 1 minute soon. Timed with the Official Rubik's Timer version 3.1 | 20060615 |

71 | 1 minute 55 seconds | Ben Bartley | took a while to memorize the different situations but i finally broke 2 minutes! | 20070408 |

72 | 1 minute 58.31 seconds | Andy Bellenir | This was my time for the Square-1 when I solved the Square-1, Rubik's Cube (3x3x3), and Pyraminx. Total time for all three was 3:18.17. | |

73 | 2 minutes 8 seconds | Mason Hoffman | Im just happy that i learned how to solve it in a few days ill work on the time later. | 20070601 |

74 | 2 minutes 10 seconds | Tobias Daneels | n/a | 20060607 |

75 | 2 minutes 30 seconds | Jeremy Salter | I'm unique! Just like everyone else! | |

76 | 2 minutes 38 seconds | Dylan Frye | Not a very good solve I guess. I only know two algorithms, so I really need to learn some more :) | 20080411 |

77 | 3 minutes 21.96 seconds | Jacob Rueth | Just picked it back up today! I haven't touched it in almost a year, trying to remember the algs was a toughy :) | |

78 | 3 minutes 36 seconds | Collin Perschon | Using my own method, with no help at all. First time timing myself. My time would be nearly halved if I find a way to switch only two edges easily. The way I figured out is what I call a controlled mess up. I mess it up in a way after I run in to the problem so when I solve it again I won't run into it. This is obviously not very efficient. | |

79 | 3 minutes 37.25 seconds | Thomas Clement | Still no idea on the cube formation. This one had parity, grrr! | 20060529 |

80 | 4 minutes 3.58 seconds | Garrett Dickerson | I just got it yesterday, this was my only timed solve. Still working out the parity problem. | 20070226 |

81 | 4 minutes 18.26 seconds | Ravi Fernando | I got my square-1 today, and this was my first timed solve. More to come in this category. | 20071211 |

82 | 4 minutes 24 seconds | Sébastien Mars | n/a |