SnoCo Cubing Fall 2017


Date
Oct 21, 2017
City
Everett, Washington, United States
Venue

Valley View Bible Church and Christian School

Address
9717 31st Ave SE, Everett, WA 98208
Details

In the large gym next to the lower section of the parking lot. There will be signs.

Website
SnoCo Cubing Fall 2017 website
Organizers
Daniel Scheiter and David Armstrong
WCA Delegate
Daniel Lo
Contact
Competitor Limit
100
Entry Fee
$15 (United States Dollar)
Information

This competition has a 100 competitor limit.

Events
Event Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
Rubik's Cube Kevin Hays 7.84 8.56 United States 8.218.759.248.717.84
4x4x4 Cube Kevin Hays 27.26 31.20 United States 33.4827.2630.2030.4232.99
5x5x5 Cube Kevin Hays 46.79 51.89 United States 50.0946.7955.181:05.9150.41
3x3x3 One-Handed Kevin Hays 16.95 18.82 United States 22.0716.9518.0820.3818.01
Pyraminx Sameer Aggarwal 3.37 3.87 United States 3.375.473.494.713.42

IMPORTANT! No walk-ins are allowed. Please read the emails sent by David Armstrong, Daniel Scheiter, or Daniel Lo.

We will have T-Shirts for sale here: https://www.customink.com/g/jdf0-00b3-mfdn
Depending on how many shirts are ordered we can decrease the price to $20.

IMPORTANT! T-Shirts will not be for sale at the competition. There is a possibility, so check your emails around September 25th for an update.

Location:
Valley View Bible Church and Christian School.
9717 31st Ave SE, Everett, WA 98208.

Concessions! We will have concessions upstairs. There will be lunch deals (hot dogs, pizza, etc.) as well as other snacks.

Registration:
We have hit our competitor limit. Registration is closed.

There will be a $15 registration fee for this competition. It is payable through the WCA Stripe system. Your registration will not be confirmed until the payment has completed.

There is a 110 competitor limit for this competition. We will try to expand the competitor limit if registration quickly fills. Registration will close October 1st. Refunds will not be allowed after October 1st.

This competition is recognized as an official World Cube Association competition. Therefore, all competitors should be familiar with the WCA regulations. If you are new to competing, you may want to look at CubingUSA's Competitor Tutorial.

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The following events will be offered at this competition:

Event Cutoff Time Limit
3x3 none 10:00
4x4 1:30 2:30
5x5 2:30 3:30
One-Handed 1:00 2:00
Pyraminx 0:30 1:00
Start End Event
9:00 9:15 Check-in
9:15 10:15 5x5 combined final
10:15 12:15 3x3, round 1
12:15 1:00 Lunch
1:00 2:00 Pyraminx round 1
2:00 3:00 3x3, One Handed, round 1
3:00 4:00 4x4, combined final
4:00 5:00 3x3, round 2
5:00 5:20 Pyraminx, finals
5:20 5:40 3x3, One handed, Finals
5:40 6:00 3x3, finals
6:00 6:30 awards and clean

There are a number of hotels within 10 minutes driving distance. These include, but aren't limited to:

  • Best Western Plus Navigator Inn & Suites
  • Motel 6
  • Best Western Plus Navigator Inn & Suites

The competition will be held in the large white metal gym next to the lower parking lot. There will be signs to help you find the right building.

The competition will be held at Valley View Christian Church. 9717 31st Ave SE, Everett, WA 98208.

PARKING
If all the parking spots are full, feel free to park on the grass. there will be two spots partially blocked by cones, please go between them to go to the grass because that is the place where you are least likely to scrape a bumper. Also please don't block the cones.

The prizes will be provided by Flummox-Puzzles.

The prizes will be a surprise! The top three of each event will recieve them during the awards ceremony.

We are going to have a sign-up list at the registration table. If you don't know how to judge feel free to ask any staff or organizers and they will either quickly give you a tutorial.

Please sign-up because it sets off a chain-reaction that is very beneficial to everyone at the competition. When there are more judges, there are more places for people to do their solves, which means that each event will go faster and might give us enough time to do a tenative round. Tenative means that if we have enough time we can do an extra round of a certain event.