Square-1

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Вступление 0:00
Нотация 1:03
Кубшейп 2:36
Ориентация углов 6:18
Ориентация рёбер 7:25
Перемещение углов 9:35
Перемещение рёбер 13:03
Пример сборки 19:17
Заключение 21:41

5.73 Square-1 single

Nice CO lockup

(-5,-3)/(0,3)/(0,-3)/(6,-3)/(-4,-1)/(-2,0)/(3,0)/(0,-3)/(4,0)/(6,-2)/(2,-1)/

z2 0,1/0,-1/2,0/-1,-2/-3,0/
-2,0/3,0/
3,0/3,0/-1,-1/-3,0/
-3,0/-3,0/1,1/2,-1/-3,7

Cube: X-Man Volt

7.56 official Square-1 average

Watch a video of Bertie's fingers and some of the reaction here:

Reconstructions:

Square-1 team BLD 24.82 YTUWR (+UWR?)

Done with Evan Liu:
Should have been a bit faster, easy scramble. London Cube Meet 2016-12-11.

The passing Square 1 - 3.

3 different passing drills

Passing Square 1

session from please visit the website for the session plan

Square-1 blindfolded solve - 20 minutes 47 seconds - Aurora Summer 2009

Square-1 blindfolded solve at Aurora Summer 2009, 20 minutes 47 seconds ( ).

The first-ever successful Square-1 blindfolded solve in public (in an unofficial event) at a WCA (World Cube Association) competition, Aurora Summer 2009, held in Aurora, Colorado on July 18, 2009. Total (memorization + execution) time was 20 minutes 47 seconds (rounded to the nearest second according to the WCA regulation). The memorization took about 15 minutes and the execution was about 6 minutes. Special thanks to Keanu László Vestil for recording this video.

I am grateful to Shelley Chang for motivating me to try blindfolded solving and for being the judge of my very first public Square-1 blindfolded attempt at San Francisco Open 2009, which, unfortunately, was not successful after about one and half hour of struggling. The experience there was a precious and the most critical lesson for this success.

My sincere thanks also go to the competition organizers, WCA delegates, judges, scramblers, competitors and spectators who allowed and encouraged me to perform Square-1 solves with or without a blindfold at competitions, and those who inspired me by discussing the blindfolded solving and by showing me amazing performances in speedcubing. They include, but not limited to, Tyson Mao, Bob Burton, Bryan Logan, Lucas Garron, Patrick Kelly, Daniel Hayes, Dan Knights, Sapan Upadhyay, Anthony Searle, Chris Krueger, Leyan Lo, Sam Boyles, Adam Zamora, Tim Reynolds, Ethan Rosen, Dan Cohen, Michael Young, Mark Polinkovsky, Jim Mertens, Park Byung-Hwa, Choi Jae Jung, Jaclyn Sawler, Dan Dzoan, Michael Gottlieb, Ambie Valdés, Joseph Hong, Waris Ali, Mike Hughey, Jason Baum, Ryan Patricio, Keanu László Vestil, Nick Young, Andrew Nelson, Stephanie Chow, David Woner, Dene Beardsley, Ron van Bruchem, Lars Vandenbergh, Stefan Pochmann, Grzegorz Prusak, Masayuki Akimoto, Ryosuke Mondo, Shinpei Araki, Shotaro Makisumi, Yu Nakajima, Kazuhito Iimura and Yumu Tabuchi.

With my wholehearted gratitude to my wife Saori, my daughter Aina, and my son Daiki for their generous support and kindness.

Official 22.28 Square-1 Average with 18.07 Single!

HULK SMASH that LIKE button to show some serious RESPECT. :D

26.31, 20.99, (18.07), (33.23), 19.55 = 22.28 Average!

Really nice average, but that first solve was such a fail. I was pretty nervous on the first one but then calmed down later. :) This average got me second place at Michigan May Madness 2014.

Cube: florian modded mf8 v1

Square-1 avg of 12: 15.40 seconds

19.15, 14.13, (24.53), 14.91, 13.97, 12.31, 12.02, (10.90), 18.77, 17.36, 16.34, 15.03
Better average :) Competition 3 weeks later!

Square-1 Single: 4.64

Lolscramble (of course).
(0, -4)/(0, -3)/(0, 3)/(4, -2)/(5, -1)/(6, 0)/(-2, -3)/(0, -3)/(-1, 0)/(4, -2)/(-4, 0)

9.07 Square-1 ER average – World Championship 2017 (3 parities)

Not a great average, too many mistakes. I don't think I can get WR with that many mistakes. At least Brandon only has 1 average faster than me now, instead of 7. :P

Lakshay Modi 10.61 Square-1 Former Indian NR single | Indian Nationals 2016

Done in second round of Indian Nationals. Also part of 12.95 NR average (ranked 9th in the world and 4th in Asia on 25th March 2016). The solves were 13.42, 12.44, 12.99, (10.61), (14.05). 13 had parity because failed to recognise it within inspection, the 2nd , 3rd, 4th solve avoided parity using CSP, 5th solve, I didn't know the CSP at the time.

Square-1 World Record 16.62 seconds by Kazuhito Iimura

My weblog


My BLD site.

You can learn BLD.
(Sorry Written in Japanese)

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Sqr1 WR.
He is very disappointed.
His daily average about 13seconds.

[Former AsR] 8.24 official square-1 average

Unexpected csp fail but decent average.
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Broken Square-1

A little video showing the broken square-1 I got from cube4you

I'm not sure about how it broke, but...

the picture at the end shows the broken part

that little black thing in front of it is the broken piece

The Passing Square 1

A well known passing drill,, with focus on:

- Passing and recieving with the correct foot.
- Checking in and Checking out.

Square-1 METODA LIN tutorial

Jak ułożyć square-1? Metoda Lin to szybka i efektywna metoda, pozwalająca uzyskiwać dobre czasy. Jej twórcą jest Tse-Kan Lin. Metoda jest intuicyjna. Zawiera 6 dodatkowych algorytmów w stosunku do metody Vandebergha, ale wymaga poza tym tylko znajomości algów na permutacje krawędzi ostatniej warstwy (EPLL). Jeśli znasz U, H, Z i parity, to wystarczy to, by układać tą metodą.

Linki:
Strona z algami:
Fanpejdż:

Przykładowe ułożenia:

algorytmy:
Zamiana tylko krawędzi:
(6,6) 1,0 / 3,0 / 3,0 / -1, -1 / -2, 1 / -3,0 /

Zamiana przeciwnych rogów:
1,0 / -4,-3 / -3,0 / -3,-3 / -3,0 / -2,-3 /

Zamiana lewych rogów
1,0 / 3,0 / 3,-3 / -1,2 / 1,-2 / 3,0 /

Zamiana prawych rogów
1,0 / 2,-1 / 0,-3 / 3,0 / -3,0 / -2,4 /

Zamiana rogów z przodu
0,-1 / 4,-2 / -3,0 / 0,3 / 0,-3 / -1,2 /

Zamiana rogów z tyłu.
4,-3 / -3,0 / -1,2 / 1,-2 / -3,3 / -3,0 /

Przydatne linki:
Przydatne linki:
Podstawowy tutorial do sq-1

Kanał Raula Batie - dużo algów na EPLL

Kanał z tutorialem do tej metody po angielsku:

Brandon Lin kanał i strona:


Lid - dużo algów:

Square-1 World Championship final - 11.68 average

The scrambles sucked and I couldn't really do anything about it.

How to execute H and Z Perm in Square-1 ? [Debanjan]

Please watch: A REALLY COOL SQUARE-1 TRICK

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Square-1 Average of 5: 7.31

PB again :)
(12.07), 7.32, 7.02, (6.77), 7.59

2. 7.32 (0, -1)/(-5, -5)/(0, -3)/(3, 0)/(-4, -4)/(6, -3)/(-5, 0)/(0, -3)/(0, -2)/(6, -1)/(2, 0)/(5, 0)/(6, 0)
y2 (0,1)/(0,-2)/(1,-4)/(0,3)/
(0,4)/(-1,-1)/
(0,3)/(-3,0)/(3,3)/(0,-3)/
(-5,-5)/(3,0)/(-1,-1)/(3,0)/(1,1)/(6,0)/(-4,6)

3. 7.02 (4, 3)/(0, -3)/(0, 3)/(5, -1)/(-3, 0)/(1, -2)/(-1, 0)/(0, -3)/(3, -1)/(-3, -2)/
y2 /(0,-3)/(0,-3)/
(0,1)/(-6,3)/
(6,3)/(3,0)/(3,0)/(-1,-1)/(-2,1)/(-4,-1)/
(1,1)/(-1,-1)/(4,1)/(-1,-1)/(-2,1)/(5,-1)/(6,0)/(3,4)

4. (6.77) (1, 0)/(-3, 3)/(3, 0)/(-4, -4)/(0, -3)/(0, -3)/(3, -5)/(-3, 0)/(4, -1)/(2, -2)/(-2, 0)/(0, -5)/(6, 0)
(2,0)/(-4,1)/(-2,0)/(1,2)/(-3,-3)/
(-2,0)/
(0,3)/(4,0)/(-1,-1)/(-3,0)/
(-5,0)/-3,0)/(3,3)/(0,-3)/
(-3,4)/(3,0)/(-1,-1)/(-2,1)/(2,0)

5. 7.59 (-5, 0)/(0, 3)/(6, 3)/(-1, -4)/(3, 0)/(6, -3)/(-5, 0)/(0, -3)/(3, 0)/(-2, 0)/(0, -4)/(2, -3)/(0, -4)
(0,4)/(-2,3)/(2,1)/(3,0)/
(4,0)/
(-3,-3)/(3,0)/(3,0)/(-1,-1)/(-3,0)/(-3,0)/
(0,1)/(-3,-3)/(3,0)/(-3,-3)/(3,0)/(-3,-3)/
(1,-3)/(3,0)/(-1,-1)/(3,0)/(-5,1)/(2,0)

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