ardianto wrote:I would like to propose that treat 0 point as DNF, so 1/2 is DNF and 2/2 is solved. This make more sense than treat 1/2 as DNF and 2/4 as solved. Regarding old results, I don't have any idea to treat them. Opinion?
Ron wrote:The problem of cubers "attempting" 2 cubes but only ever intending to even try one.
I do not consider that a problem. The best will still win.
Pedro_S wrote:So you're saying memorising and solving just one cube, and getting a 1/2 is better than memorising 20 and solving 19, because the latter is not 100%?
Pedro_S wrote:My point is that: suppose at a competition everyone doing multi bld is trying 2 cubes. Person A takes 15 mins and ends up with 2 corners twisted in one cube. Person B takes 10 mins, 3 edges off. Person C takes 6 mins, 2 edges flipped. I memorise and solve just one and get 1:20. Should I win?
I mean, by the rules, I'll win, but it's not fair.
Pedro_S wrote:Now let's say everyone memorises and solves just one of the cubes, because someone is probably doing it already. Is that really the spirit we want?
SebastienAuroux wrote:Pedro_S wrote:So you're saying memorising and solving just one cube, and getting a 1/2 is better than memorising 20 and solving 19, because the latter is not 100%?
No, I'm not saying this.
I would even go further and say, that someone who memorizes one cube and gets 1/2 is better than someone who memorizes 2 cubes and get 1/2. The first person has solved 100% of the cubes he tried, the other person only 50%. If the second person would have solved 100% of these cube, he would have beaten the other.
Pedro_S wrote:My point is that: suppose at a competition everyone doing multi bld is trying 2 cubes. Person A takes 15 mins and ends up with 2 corners twisted in one cube. Person B takes 10 mins, 3 edges off. Person C takes 6 mins, 2 edges flipped. I memorise and solve just one and get 1:20. Should I win?
I mean, by the rules, I'll win, but it's not fair.
Yes, you should win. You still have not provided any argument why this should be unfair. In this scenario you would have chosen the best strategy, so obviously you deserve the win.
If you are happy with winning an event (which likely gives you no benefit) and getting a crappy official MBF result is another point though.
Pedro_S wrote:Now let's say everyone memorises and solves just one of the cubes, because someone is probably doing it already. Is that really the spirit we want?
You are asking random questions. But yes, if everyone wants to go for a bad results, then let them do. Facing realitiy though and a decent competition level those people will not really succeed with this strategy.
Pedro_S wrote:SebastienAuroux wrote:Then I'm confused. What does this mean:I would even go further and say, that someone who memorizes one cube and gets 1/2 is better than someone who memorizes 2 cubes and get 1/2. The first person has solved 100% of the cubes he tried, the other person only 50%. If the second person would have solved 100% of these cube, he would have beaten the other.
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SebastienAuroux wrote:The event's name is "Rubik's Cube: Multiple Blindfolded". For me this indicates, that this is an event where multiple cubes are blindfolded, but not more. The regulations allowing a valid score with only one cube solved is still ok for me.
Pedro_S wrote:The problem is...
Pedro_S wrote:And since we can't make sure people are actually trying just one or not, the rules should require 2 cubes solved for a valid score, I think.
Clement Gallet wrote:Pedro_S wrote:The problem is...
Why is it a problem ?
Pedro_S wrote:And since we can't make sure people are actually trying just one or not, the rules should require 2 cubes solved for a valid score, I think.
So you prefer to assume people are "guilty" than "innocent" ?
Pedro_S wrote:which is "memorise and (try to) solve more than one cube blindfolded".
H1a) Competitor must tell before the start of the event how many puzzles (>1) he wants to solve blindfolded for each attempt.
SebastienAuroux wrote:Yes, you should win. You still have not provided any argument why this should be unfair. In this scenario you would have chosen the best strategy, so obviously you deserve the win.
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