Stefan Łapicki wrote:Becouse of current regulations:
3h) No modifications are allowed that enhance the basic concept of a puzzle. Some examples of enhancing the basic concept are: new moves are possible, normal moves are impossible, more pieces are visible, colours on the backside of the puzzle are visible, moves are done automatically, more or other solved states.
Well, the disparity is near to 0 and of course more important for a 2x2 than a 7x7. I quite agree with your 2nd statement, but I'm afraid if we get rid of that regulation there are chances we will see competitors using balls instead of cubes or who knows what other shapes? So, I think the regulation should exist in order to keep cubing in "normal" standards.BryanLogan wrote:Yes, I mean why not get rid of that regulation. Would being able to see pieces like that lead to such a giant disparity?
BryanLogan wrote:Look at the tennis rackets, golf clubs, baseball gloves, etc. All of them evolved to give an advantage.
StefanPochmann wrote:BryanLogan wrote:Look at the tennis rackets, golf clubs, baseball gloves, etc. All of them evolved to give an advantage.
Swimsuits evolved to give an advantage, and got banned:
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