Place | Result | Name | Quote | Date |

1 | 2 minutes 30.86 seconds | Michael Gottlieb | A good solve, but not lucky; I've had a handful of 2:3x times already. My best average is 2:48.16 now. I love the 5x5x5 supercube! Thanks for lending me yours, Lucas! | 20080422 |

2 | 3 minutes 30.40 seconds | Chris Hardwick | With enough lookahead the centers solve almost exactly like a regular 5x5x5 solve except for having to solve the 6th as well after the 5th. Working slowly towards sub-3:00 for a pb solve for the 5x5x5 supercube. I'll be honest, I want to dominate the big cube supercube categories ;-) My pb average for 5x5x5 supercubing is 3:53.96 = [3:52.41 3:59.90 3:57.54 3:50.66 (3:39.65) (4:31.03) 3:49.29] | 20051025 |

3 | 4 minutes 2.61 seconds | Clancy Cochran | was holding out to post this until someone challenged me, figured i might as well see number 2 for a bit before michael kills me | 20080320 |

4 | 5 minutes 30.62 seconds | Syoji Takamatsu | My site | 20071224 |

5 | 5 minutes 59.30 seconds | Stefan Pochmann | My cube. | 20040627 |

6 | 6 minutes 29.70 seconds | Kåre Krig | Still spending far to much time building centers. | 20060410 |

7 | 19 minutes 50.06 seconds | Michael Blakeman | Thank you Chris Hardwick for the solution. | 20090201 |

8 | 25 minutes | Elias Hernandez Capdevila | I draw arrows on the tiles, so that the classic "clock problem" on 3x3x3 could be apply to 5x5x5. If someone is interested in my method, just e-mail me or visit my web at www.geocities.com/eliasvalencia2000. With no arrows, it takes me about 15 minutes to solve 5x5x5. | |