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Re: MagicTile Solving

Solving of MT ell sph tetra v001 v00 1-33 ----- || 19/04/2015 || 4456 I used 4456 twists compared to 196 if Nan and 63 of Michael. I have no idea how they
eduard_baumann
2:16 AM
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3107

Re: MagicTile Solving

Solving of MT hyp {10,3} 18 v001 ----- || 17/04/2015 || 7750 This is a first solving. I made previously the same puzzle with a different number of colors (12
eduard_baumann
Apr 17
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3106

Re: New 3^4 shortest solution! (227 twists)

I've updated the HOF with Matthew's new shortest solution and link to his log file . I like how it took 5
Melinda Green
Apr 7
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3105

Re: New 3^4 shortest solution! (227 twists)

I was wondering if anyone would mind that I update the record. I suppose it's valid because we allow people to save solution states and revert to them as
Melinda Green
Apr 4
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3104

Re: New 3^4 shortest solution! (227 twists)

This was just for a random scramble generated by MC4D, I never tried to get an unusually good or bad scramble, I took the first one generated. 200 is just a
matthewsheerin
Apr 4
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3103

Re: New 3^4 shortest solution! (227 twists)

This is not the shortest solution for a specific scrambling but for the worst case scrambling. If 'gods number for 3^3 got under 20 you try 'under 200' for 3^4
Eduard Baumann
Apr 4
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3102

New 3^4 shortest solution! (227 twists)

Hi everyone, For those newer members, I used to be fairly active here a few years back and set the 3^4 fewest moves record with 251 twists, amongst other
matthewsheerin
Apr 4
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3101

Re: MagicTile Solving

With nested macros, the ultimate would be a solution that used a single, monster twist. Breaking up the wiki page like that would definitely be helpful. I did
Melinda Green
Mar 26
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3100

Re: New speedsolving contest

Well, we ran it over a Yahoo Instant Message group chat, so anyone could jump in. Can't remember if it involved invites, but we could pick a platform that
Melinda Green
Mar 26
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3099

Re: New speedsolving contest

So how does the contest work? What do you mean when you said: "Even if you don't enter, you can still watch the action. ​"​ On Wed, Mar 25, 2015 at 7:48
Alvin - A Hypercubist
Mar 26
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3098

Re: MagicTile Solving

Congrats from me too Ed, and thank you for the interesting writeup! Also, thanks so much for being a vocal public supporter of MagicTile :) A feature idea
Roice Nelson
Mar 26
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3097

Re: MagicTile Solving

Congratulations, Ed. That sounds like quite a bear of a puzzle! Perhaps you can wrangle some people into doing a Magic Tile speedsolving contest and perhaps
Melinda Green
Mar 26
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3096

Re: MagicTile Solving

I have solved now MagicTile hyperbolic {10,3} 6 color vertex turning 0:0:1 with 15'111 twists. It's a lot, I know. Especially in the first stage (11'000)
eduard_baumann
Mar 26
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3095

New speedsolving contest

So far three members have expressed interest in participating in a new speedsolving contest. (Yea!) We only need at least one more. Even if you know you can't
Melinda Green
Mar 25
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3094

Re: Introducing myself

I want to join the competition, for MC4D, the time could be anytime in the weekend. On Mon, Mar 23, 2015 at 9:14 AM, ryan@... [4D_Cubing] < ... --
Alvin - A Hypercubist
Mar 23
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