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 how could people finish 6*6 in 37 seconds? 
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Posted on: Mon Mar 26, 2012 5:33 pm




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Post Re: how could people finish 6*6 in 37 seconds?
picklepep wrote:
grrrrrr just posted my best time on 6x6 (40....) and still only third

I need to add a special button "Show rankings without sheldolina and starling"
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Posted on: Mon Mar 26, 2012 7:48 pm




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Post Re: how could people finish 6*6 in 37 seconds?
picklepep wrote:
grrrrrr just posted my best time on 6x6 (40....) and still only third


Yup, exactly my problem too. Now you know how annoying it is to be third!


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Posted on: Mon Mar 26, 2012 9:59 pm




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Post Re: how could people finish 6*6 in 37 seconds?
sneaklyfox wrote:
Yup, exactly my problem too. Now you know how annoying it is to be third!

That's got me thinking.

Something must be possible, rating groups perhaps, or
separate points for ultrafast and normal people..


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Posted on: Mon Mar 26, 2012 11:08 pm




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Post Re: how could people finish 6*6 in 37 seconds?
Names starting with an 'S' and others... ;-)


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Posted on: Mon Mar 26, 2012 11:59 pm




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Post Re: how could people finish 6*6 in 37 seconds?
Good point "honkhonk" :-)


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