The second round of 3x3x3 will be held as a head to head battle. The competitors with the top 32 averages from round 1 will move on, and will continue to round two where they will compete one on one until a winner is found. The top 8 single times from the first solve of the head-to-head will determine who moves onto the final round of the official 3x3x3 competition. Only the first solve of the head-to-head will be official. The remainder of the head-to-head competition will be unofficial and for entertainment purposes.
|3x3x3 Cube||Justin Mallari||8.90||9.66||United States||10.45||9.59||9.06||10.34||8.90|
|2x2x2 Cube||Andy Smith||2.17||3.02||United States||3.10||3.45||4.67||2.17||2.52|
|4x4x4 Cube||Rowe Hessler||31.89||36.36||United States||35.82||39.92||31.89||36.60||36.67|
|5x5x5 Cube||Rowe Hessler||1:15.26||1:22.21||United States||1:15.26||1:18.11||1:37.07||1:26.81||1:21.70|
|3x3x3 One-Handed||Rowe Hessler||14.41||14.64||United States||14.41||14.95||14.54||20.01||14.42|
|Megaminx||Nick Rech||50.37||NAR||57.01||United States||1:00.13||57.33||50.37||55.70||57.99|
|Pyraminx||Corey Sakowski||4.77||5.69||United States||8.52||6.27||5.89||4.77||4.92|