# Message #2670

From: Andrey <andreyastrelin@yahoo.com>

Subject: Re: New solves

Date: Tue, 12 Mar 2013 07:47:39 -0000

It’s just my misprint. Yes, time is 75 hours :) Sorry for the confusion…

Andrey

— In 4D_Cubing@yahoogroups.com, "schuma" <mananself@…> wrote:

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> These solves are insane. Congrats to all of them!!

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> Can you confirm on Russell’s 3^6 solve? I looked into his log file. The timestamp is 272921580 milliseconds, which is about 75 hours.

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> The MHT633 52C took 4 months by timer??? This has left me speechless. What an effort!

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> What 4D game are you designing? Is it like a puzzle or not?

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> Nan

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> — In 4D_Cubing@yahoogroups.com, "Andrey" <andreyastrelin@> wrote:

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> > Hi all!

> > Today I’ve got a letter from Russell Sherrill (who has already solved 3^4,4^4,5^4 and 3^5 cubes) about his solve of 3^6! He is #5 in the list. Solve took about 175000 twists and about 5 hours. Congratulations!

> > Funny thing is that last for solves of 3^6 were done exactly every 6 months - in September and March :)

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> > Three hours later I’ve got another letter - from Philip Strimpel (#7 in 120-cell solvers list). He solved the largest MHT633 puzzle - 52 colors! Before that he wrote about a problem with the last corner peice (there was a kind of orientation problem that may be seen in Magic Tiles sometimes) - but solved it in less than one day. Number of twists is more that 5.17 millions and total time of solve is almost 4 months (by timer)! Now Philip is Number One in the list of 52C solvers. Congratulations!

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> > I’m working on the design of some completely different 4D game now. May be, some day…

> > Andrey

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