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The Beijing No Cubes 2010 will take place on November 28, 2010 in Beijing, China. Check out the Beijing No Cubes 2010 website for more information and registration.

Patrick Kelly won the Denver Open 2010 with an average of 14.67 seconds. Jackson Warley finished second (15.38) and Bradley Vrooman finished third (18.95).

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The Wuhan Open 2010 will take place on November 14, 2010 in Wuhan, China. Check out the Wuhan Open 2010 website for more information and registration.

Stefan Huber won the Munich Open 2010 with an average of 10.52 seconds. Jan Smarschevski finished second (12.04) and Christian Kaserer finished third (12.05).

European records: Tim Habermaas 3x3 multi blind 12/12 47:54 (single).

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The Caltech Fall 2010 will take place on November 13, 2010 in Pasadena, California, USA. Check out the Caltech Fall 2010 website for more information and registration.

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Feliks Zemdegs won the Asian Championship 2010 with an average of 9.43 seconds. Yumu Tabuchi finished second (10.98) and Arifumi Fushimi finished third (11.19).

World records: Feliks Zemdegs 4x4 Cube 34.41 (single), 2x2 Cube 2.35 (average).

Asian records: Yumu Tabuchi Rubik's Cube 9.82 (average), Arifumi Fushimi 3x3 with feet 49.33 (average).

Oceanic records: Feliks Zemdegs 4x4 Cube 41.71 (average), 2x2 Cube 1.13 (single), 3x3 one-handed 12.46 (single), 3x3 fewest moves 32 (single), Megaminx 56.90 (single) 1:13.74 (average), Rubik's Clock 10.02 (single), 7x7 Cube 3:57.53 (single) 4:05.35 (average).

Haixu Zhang won the Guangdong Open 2010 with an average of 10.86 seconds. Minghao Chen finished second (12.78) and Kailong Li finished third (12.90).

World records: Bingliang Li Square-1 8.65 (single) 12.37 (average), Haixu Zhang 4x4 Cube 40.86 (average).

Asian records: Chujian Gan 7x7 Cube 3:56.58 (average).

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The Tianjin Open 2010 will take place on November 21, 2010 in Tianjin, China. Check out the Tianjin Open 2010 website for more information and registration.

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The Guangzhou Small Cubes 2010 will take place on November 7, 2010 in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China. Check out the Guangzhou Small Cubes 2010 website for more information and registration.

Prashant Swarnkar won the Shaastra Cube Open 2010 with an average of 14.62 seconds. Bernett Orlando finished second (14.98) and Rahul Kadukar finished third (22.19).

Stefano Bevacqua won the Florence Open 2010 with an average of 11.70 seconds. Tommaso Zoffoli finished second (13.68) and Danilo Caimano finished third (14.67).

Chester Lian won the DeVry University Open 2010 with an average of 15.09 seconds. Jim Mertens finished second (16.31) and Blake Thompson finished third (18.50).

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Sergey Ryabko won the European Rubik's Cube Championship 2010 with an average of 10.31 seconds. Erik Akkersdijk finished second (10.38) and Cornelius Dieckmann finished third (10.78).

World records: Bálint Bodor Megaminx 47.53 (single) 51.45 (average), Brúnó Bereczki Pyraminx 2.65 (single).

European records: Maarten Smit Rubik's Clock 6.63 (single) 7.88 (average), Michal Halczuk 5x5 Cube 1:15.28 (average), Rafal Guzewicz 3x3 multi blind 11/11 in 55:10.

Rowe Hessler won the Harvard Fall 2010 with an average of 9.96 seconds. Andy Tsao finished second (11.13) and Patricia Li finished third (12.30).

North American records: Rowe Hessler Rubik's Cube 9.96 (average), 3x3 one-handed 16.24 (average).

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Yoav Zaidenberg won the Israel Open 2010 with an average of 17.42 seconds. Itai Cohen finished second (17.58) and Shai Ziv finished third (17.78).

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The Taiwan Autumn Open 2010 will take place on December 5, 2010 in Hsinchu, Taiwan. Check out the Taiwan Autumn Open 2010 website for more information and registration.

Pedro Santos Guimarães won the Uberlândia Open 2010 with an average of 12.80 seconds. Gabriel Dechichi Barbar finished second (12.96) and Renan Mondini Cerpe finished third (13.84).

South American records: Gabriel Bucsan Square-1 12.88 Square-1 18.20 (average), Gabriel Dechichi Barbar 4x4 Cube 45.19 (single) 48.22 (average), 2x2 Cube 3.81 (average), 3x3 one-handed 17.65 (average), Rafael Werneck Cinoto 3x3 with feet 42.78 (single) 51.00 (average).

Zhaohan Xiong won the Waikato Spring Open 2010 with an average of 14.35 seconds. Dene Beardsley finished second (16.18) and Angelu Cayanan finished third (18.85).

Oceanic records: Cameron Hobbs Rubik's Clock 10.63 (single) 12.23 (average), Dene Beardsley Square-1 11.38 (single).

Francisco Javier Lemes Sáez won the Bicentenario Open 2010 with an average of 15.73 seconds. Leopoldo Andrés Ibarra Fuentes finished second (15.92) and Matias Macaya finished third (16.56).

South American records: Claudio Ávila Pyraminx 6.75 (average), Isaias Andrés Sepúlveda Pérez Master Magic 2.65 (single), Leopoldo Andrés Ibarra Fuentes Megaminx 1:17.41 (single) 1:22.30 (average), Matias Macaya Rubik's Magic 1.05 (single) 1.14 (average), Paulo Salgado Alvarez Pyraminx 4.63 (single).

Lars Vennike Nielsson won the Odense Open 2010 with an average of 14.25 seconds. Henrik Buus Aagaard finished second (14.66) and Frank Severinsen finished third (15.15).

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The Halloween Cube Open 2010 will take place on October 31, 2010 in Milan, Italy. Check out the Halloween Cube Open 2010 website for more information and registration.

Chia-Wei Lu won the Philippines Rubik's Cube Open 2010 with an average of 12.41 seconds. Simon Lim finished second (13.06) and Richard Apagar finished third (13.37).

Asian records: Giuliano Cayetano Megaminx 1:06.91 (average).

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Tomasz Zolnowski won the Pabianice Open 2010 with an average of 10.52 seconds. Milán Baticz finished second (11.81) and Bence Barát finished third (12.55).

World records: Michal Halczuk 7x7 Cube 3:25.91 (single) 3:38.43 (average).

European records: Bence Barát 5x5 Cube 1:15.46 (average), Marcin Jakubowski Rubik's Clock 7.94 (average).

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The UK Open 2010 will take place on November 6-7, 2010 in Bristol, United Kingdom. Check out the UK Open 2010 website for more information and registration.

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Anti Ingel won the Estonian Open 2010 with an average of 13.54 seconds. Teemu Tiinanen finished second (17.71) and Mihail Myshkin finished third (19.26).