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Posted on: Fri Aug 23, 2019 1:51 pm




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Post 6x6 in 13.012
They don't really come much easier...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1B4uRVtkwI


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Posted on: Fri Aug 23, 2019 1:56 pm




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Post Re: 6x6 in 13.012
Wowser! [scared] that's more or less the same time as my fastest ever 4x4. Amazing! [thumbsup] [thumbup]


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Posted on: Tue Oct 08, 2019 7:07 am




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Post Re: 6x6 in 13.012
I just met a puzzle which was perhaps even easier: even though I was having a relatively slow day (my first 6*6 trial being the 'beautiful' 1:01:000 [glare] ), I improved my best by almost 2.5 seconds.
There might be a possibility for you to get a sub-13, jpoos!


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Posted on: Tue Oct 08, 2019 3:56 pm




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Post Re: 6x6 in 13.012
rafaelhoukes wrote:
I just met a puzzle which was perhaps even easier: even though I was having a relatively slow day (my first 6*6 trial being the 'beautiful' 1:01:000 [glare] ), I improved my best by almost 2.5 seconds.
There might be a possibility for you to get a sub-13, jpoos!


When I saw your time I automatically thought it was your time for the 5x5 puzzle [omg] Congratz on the amazing pb!
You've made me curious... Patrick, could you find the puzzle Rafael solved?


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Posted on: Tue Oct 08, 2019 5:21 pm




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Post Re: 6x6 in 13.012
jpoos wrote:
You've made me curious... Patrick, could you find the puzzle Rafael solved?


So far nine people have attempted this puzzle, with most times ranging between 1 and 3 minutes to solve it.

Coincidentally, jpoos has done this puzzle before, on April 16th of this year, and set a time of 15.316 for it [scared]


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Posted on: Tue Oct 08, 2019 6:16 pm




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Post Re: 6x6 in 13.012
That sounds pretty close!
Wasn't that the puzzle that finally broke Sheldolina's ancient world record?
I'm really looking forward to the 13,012-puzzle now...
However, having a pool of 10'000 puzzles, it might take years with my speed of two puzzles a day.


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Posted on: Tue Oct 08, 2019 6:26 pm




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Post Re: 6x6 in 13.012
I can confirm that you have not yet seen the puzzle for which jpoos scored 13.012 [wink]


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Posted on: Tue Oct 08, 2019 8:45 pm




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Post Re: 6x6 in 13.012
pnm wrote:
jpoos wrote:
You've made me curious... Patrick, could you find the puzzle Rafael solved?

Coincidentally, jpoos has done this puzzle before, on April 16th of this year, and set a time of 15.316 for it [scared]


It must be this one!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gkmh14bzTuo


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Posted on: Wed Oct 09, 2019 7:22 am




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Post Re: 6x6 in 13.012
Indeed it is. Especially the 1-5-1 6-5-6 and 3-6-3 at the right upper corner were pretty satisfying.
The moment I filled in the 6-5-6 I realized I could get a new pb, but I was still too sleepy to become nervous. :-)


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