All of my accomplishments surrounding solving the Rubik’s Cube one-handed!
I solve the 3×3 Cube one-handed five times, and the average of those five times was 13.19. I was astonished to achieve this result as my expectations were originally much lower!
I solve the standard 3×3 Rubik’s Cube one-handed in 10.56 seconds. This solve currently places me second in Washington State!
After nearly ten months, I finally beat my personal record for 3×3 One-Handed average of 5, reducing it from 13.19 to 13.06! I also won the competition with this result.
Wow! At a recent competition in Vancouver, BC, I get my first sub-13 second average for 3×3 One-Handed with a result of 12.52. Not only that, but I also achieved my first ever sub-10 second solve, with a time of 9.39!
Here’s a nice 3×3 one-handed solves that I recently got at a Cubing at Home competition (the pandemic is still a thing).
While practicing for the next Cubing at Home competition, I managed to break my personal best for one-handed with a 7.31 solve time! What’s even more surprising is that this was the first solve of my session, meaning I had little to no warm-up when I got this solve!
At the Western Championship, I broke a new personal record for One-Handed single! This result brought me back into the top-100, too!
During a competition in Canada, I broke my previous One-Handed record of 9.26 with a new 8.91 solve! I’m especially proud of this one as it’s my first state record in One-Handed and the first sub-9 of the PNW region!
I’m so happy to have finally broken the sub-12 barrier, and by so much too! This result has effectively improved my world ranking from 126th to 52nd.
Probably my biggest accomplishment in the one-handed event so far. With a bit of luck, I managed to destroy my previous record (8.91) by over a second, drastically improving my world ranking from 81st to 17th. This is also a new state record!
With a bit of luck, I managed to beat my 7.68 One-Handed PR by just a tenth of a second!
A new PR for one-handed average! This beat my previous record by 0.11 seconds. I got really lucky this time by getting two PLL skips in a row; in other words, those are odds of 1 in 5184!