Square-1 (Average of 10)
PlaceResultNameQuoteDate
114.65 secondsKazuhito Iimura15.48 (17.78) 17.17 16.08 (11.91) 15.51 12.68 13.96 14.75 12.84 14.55 13.47
Good!
20080928
215.21 secondsAndrew NelsonEidolon's 12 Individual Times: 13.97 16.59 14.78 16.81 14.93 14.00 (18.77) (13.56) 15.19 16.36 13.61 15.94
Eidolon's Average: 15.21 Best Time: 13.56 Worst Time: 18.77
Team #
20090510
317.53 secondsPiotr Michal PadlewskiStatistics for 4-22-2009 10:57:21
Average: 17 53
Standard Deviation: 1 34
Best Time: 12 77
Worst Time: 21 66
go to my youtube channel
20090510
419.23 secondsSeamus Sullivanthis was great abg i only had a couple sub 20s and only 1 sub 1520080903
519.94 secondsCheung Ka Lok19.67 19.34 23.61 19.95 18.16 18.69 (24.69) 20.08 (17.20) 20.05 22.19 17.66
Wow sub-20!
20090201
620.13 secondsGrzegorz Prusak[18.50 16.75 22.68 21.52 (24.53) 20.59 21.91 15.65 20.00 23.52 (15.52) 20.15] one of 15.xx was LC20080511
720.51 secondsMartin Zahradník21.63 16.63 22.38 (35.38) 26.63 (15.80) 18.50 23.47 18.66 19.69 19.33 18.19 Yeees!! I'm very happy with this average, only one horrible solve. It isn't rolling average. First twelve solves today. :-)20080227
822.55 secondsGavin NelsonGreat Average! 2 sub 20's and I think 5-6 of them had parity20080729
924.43 secondsMichael Fung22.94 28.13 27.07 (20.00) 27.06 21.90 20.01 (33.30) 25.30 20.24 27.63 24.06
Timed with 'The ultimate Rubik's cubeŽ timer version 2.1'. I did this one day before the Belgian Open 2006. I think I had about two or three extremely easy edge permutations. But two days earlier I had also a 25.49 avg (I think this avg hadn't extremely many very easy EP's, although I am not very sure). I decided not to post this avg yet, because I didn't want to motivate Lars extra voor the Belgian Open :p. Unfortunately I couldn't handle with the pressure during the Belgian Open :( (also because it was 'mean of 3', so I couldn't permit any mistakes or bad solves).
For the square-1 I (should) know all the 99 EP's and I also know for every shape a solution with the minimum amount of twists.
20060506
1024.87 secondsLars Vandenbergh24.64 20.03 (17.34) (31.95) 28.25 27.31 27.58 27.85 22.18 23.03 27.06 20.7820070808
1127.21 secondsMichal Robaczyk(19.43) 31.27 22.36 29.97 27.55 30.66 28.68 31.31 21.56 23.97 (47.25) 24.7720070713
1227.72 secondsBernett Orlando27.70 31.08 (43.38) 26.06 (18.27) 37.91 32.02 23.72 20.13 30.09 21.84 = 27.72 sec
I am delighted. All the solves are 40 moves scrambling algm from Mr.Jaap site.
20071001
1327.77 secondsDan Cohen(21.81) 26.5 23.34 28.77 24.75 (44.78) 28.53 24.38 27.11 28.83 31.31 34.21 Just loosened my sq-1 a little. Had a couple of parity solves in there but got pretty lucky with those.20080607
1428.55 secondsMilán BaticzSolves without parity: 23.73, 20.28, (19.82), 25.58, 22.68, 27.28, 24.71.
Solves with parity: 32.30, 34.37, 41.79, 47.37, 32.79.
My parity algs are very slow. I use only 4 algs for the edges at the end of the solve.
Practice, practise, practise.
20070529
1528.56 secondsChoi Go-Ho23.36 24.55 28.53 24.08 32.08 31.05 28.50 38.86 28.48 26.08 (17.05) (40.33)20070802
1629.34 secondsJames KobelI knew I could get sub 30.20090308
1729.87 secondsErik Akkersdijk(20.80) 29.88 35.86 27.42 24.55 28.98 33.67 (39.30) 34.08 28.06 32.97 23.24
Woooo sub-30! Thanks to Lars!
20080930
1830.91 secondsBen King(9.28) 36.19 28.07 31.52 35.42 27.19 26.25 31.86 (40.43) 39.11 27.08 26.36
The scramble for the 9.28: 0,6/0,3/-5,3/5,5/-2,3/-3,3/0,3/6,3/-3,3/6,3/3,3/6,0/6,3/6,3/0,3/
It WAS completely random!
KamscRcc
20060626
1931.55 secondsDerrick EideSub 30 soon :)
VERY soon :D :)
20081213
2033.00 secondsMichael Gottlieb(26.20) 30.85 41.77 31.85 (41.98) 40.45 26.26 27.36 28.77 41.66 29.17 31.90
RA of 27 solves. This is really, really good for me. Yeah! Sub-30 next?
20090106
2135.25 secondsJason Baum28.00 39.58 34.91 35.28 37.64 (25.52) (44.47) 28.66 39.41 37.67 36.78 34.61
I started practicing this again. I need to learn more algs.
20080523
2235.47 secondsTrevor Davila26.94 31.94 43.61 36.28 30.98 29.52 44.00 38.45 41.78 (46.92) 31.17 (26.00)
Cubestation
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20070809
2337.73 secondsEvan Ralstonn/a20080519
2438.55 secondsAndrea Santambrogion/a20090510
2539.86 secondsJoël Heymbeeck47.31 (22.69) 38.58 43.25 38.75 43.32 41.38 33.38 (47.73) 32.89
I can't believe it. I haven't touched my square-1 since Dutch Open and decide, 3 days before Belgian Open, to train a little bit. After a few solves, I take this average. Personal best average and personal best non-lucky solve :D
22.69 was not lucky (just too easy, 4 moves for square form and easy algo for each steps), 33.38 was lucky and I had a pop during EP of the 47.73
20070222
2641.77 secondsStefan Lidström44.43 (61.11) 45.30 36.52 52.53 41.66 26.92 45.58 42.78 35.92 (23.62) 46.0920090308
2743.91 secondsSyoji Takamatsu46.79 48.96 40.77 49.40 33.78 40.03 (76.89) (31.28) 46.85 48.21 50.12 34.18
I spent much time on an training this week.
My site
20060817
2844.73 secondsEdouard ChambonDone 2 months before the WC 2005. I wanted to beat Lars in the WC but i realize that it was very hard. I gave up to continue the cube 3x3x3. I've just one thing to say : Congratulations Lars !!20051110
2946.79 secondsGunnar Krig42.45 46.81 41.81 (40.89) 53.56 48.86 43.03 56.83 (1:03.17) 48.28 42.26 44.0220081231
3046.96 secondsPedro Santos(37.99) 48.84 45.92 (1:05.20) 50.14 39.19 38.08 50.59 43.60 54.69 46.57 51.40.
Wow! Just wow! This is more than 7 seconds better than my last one! :o Video of the 37.99 at my youtube channel -> http://www.youtube.com/user/PedroSG
20080208
3147.10 secondsMarc van Beest42.16 53.78 31.69 (29.14) 45.52 36.03 1:01.05 (1:11.25) 36.02 1:00.61 47.27 56.91
SD=10.69
Very nice avg. Done after 21 days of squaring.
The 31.69 and the 29.14 were lucky: no CP. The other sub 40's had easy shapes.
With the 1:11.25 I messed up the shape during the solve, so I had to start all over again.
20061229
3249.20 secondsOuyang YunqiWith the new better SQ, I did more.20081031
3350.06 secondsMike Hughey55.52 (40.73) 43.80 (1:02.26) 47.92 48.73 59.75 45.73 42.66 55.50 52.14 48.83
Using Jason Baum's method.
20081231
3450.77 secondsEmile Compion53.56 45.08 1:02.25 39.75 52.76 48.34 (1:09.73) 52.72 57.31 (36.20) 45.50 50.47
Some very fast times for me :)
20080331
3554.37 secondsTrey Westrich42.74 (1:18.01) 55.64 49.19 41.11 47.08 56.17 1:15.10 1:05.58 (40.41) 1:17.94 45.0920081029
3655.80 secondsTatsuya Ookubo49.93 54.70 66.62 (39.56) 50.89 57.84 55.65 49.34 41.66 (67.90) 64.06 67.3420060930
3757.32 secondsWillie Siau1:02.44 48.53 43.89 44.03 52.52 1:10.59 57.95 44.03 1:12.34 1:10.41 48.77 45.61 1:28.59.
Sub 1min haven't practice in a while times are all over the place need to pratice more -.-
20090510
3858.78 secondsTim Reynolds50.81 1:01.49 1:00.04 (28.93) 57.72 1:11.02 1:03.26 59.04 (1:46.44) 54.08 49.27 1:00.91
The 1:46 it took me a minute to get to cube shape, and I'm really not sure why--usually it takes me about 10-15 seconds. The 28 is non-lucky. It's only January 5th and my first 2007 goal is complete, which is a sub-1 average. Woo!
20070106
391 minute 1.39 secondsSuteerapon Hungn/a20080408
401 minute 4.24 secondsYi Renonce, i solve it in 50 seconds20090214
411 minute 7.40 secondsBrian Nicole UyToo busy to cube now as in I cube only once a week.
Philippine Cubers Association
20080827
421 minute 9.16 secondsEmerson Herrmannonly been doing square-1 for a week, hope to do good at my next competition!20080802
431 minute 11.1 secondsMike Godfrey58 74 72 63 (90) 61 69 76 84 (53) 77 72 => 70.6 + 0.5 
441 minute 23.37 secondsDoug Li1:04.29 2:01.84 1:15.27 0:56.40 (2:06.43) 2:02.53 0:46.01 2:02.79 0:57.46 (0:44.87) 1:44.65 1:02.4420070209
451 minute 33.56 secondsArthur Adams1:36.46 1:20.56 1:36.40 1:46.42 1:57.82 1:13.05 (54.11) 1:12.11 (3:19.79) 1:37.00 1:34.10 1:41.72
Preparation for EPGY I suppose.
20080207
461 minute 40.1 secondsRon van Bruchem95 102 (122) 91 (85) 102 91 97 95 111 102 110 => 99.6 + 0.5
I use a simple system with 3 sequences.
 
471 minute 42.32 secondsYeom Seok Hoon1:58.36 (2:12.47) 1:51.44 1:19.42 1:51.11 2:08.25 1:28.70 (1:09.09) 1:11.84 2:05.45 1:29.19 1:39.46
I'm Korean cubist. No lucky.
20040611
481 minute 54.31 secondsBob Burton1:56.19 1:51.46 (1:20.89) 1:57.22 2:10.73 2:00.90 1:31.45 (2:17.24) 1:35.11 1:41.22 2:09.70 2:09.17
I can do better now. Visit my site.
20060608
492 minutes 2.40 secondsMike TryczakLike Chris I have developed my own method as I have for every puzzle I own. Not a bad solution if I do say so myself. {1:50,1:46,2:02,1:50,2:26,(2:46),2:15,2:18,2:01,1:59,(1:29),1:52}=2:01.9+.5=2:02.40 
502 minutes 8.8 secondsKatsuyuki Konishi{ 2:08,1:39,1: 32,1:42, (0:31), (4:49), 2:46,2:43,4: 01,2:18,0:59,1: 32} = 2 minutes 08 seconds +0.5 
512 minutes 26.17 secondsChris Hardwick1:47.82 (1:45.44) 2:34.08 3:02.13 2:19.86 (3:03.50) 2:35.68 2:07.27 2:38.20 2:18.79 2:58.00 1:59.89
I don't have an efficient way of fixing the parity error when it comes up, so I need to work on that. I still don't see how you guys get so fast!