|1||33.85 seconds||Charlie Cooper||Video (see description for details): http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=FsBToU46LUg||20090201|
|2||35.14 seconds||Jude Wright||Memo was roughly 12 seconds and execution was about 23.|
Scramble was r u' L' U B' R L B R B' R' L B' L' B' U' B L R U' B U' R' U' L B R'
|3||43.40 seconds||Kenneth Gustavsson||Hybrid method solve edge permutation using speed turns then orient centres and edges using normal BLD. It was easy EP and that also solved CO = a bit lucky. I will beat this memo was slow >:)|
Scramble: l' r' u R' U' B R U' B L B L R' L R U B' U B R' L B R U' L'
|4||56.51 seconds||John Godwin||Finally Sub-1 minute!!|
A video of a previous solve (slower) can be found here:
blindfold pyraminx solve
|5||1 minute 28.17 seconds||Joseph Liao||done using Jesse Blonde's timer, I guess this isn't too bad for a 3rd try.|
|6||1 minute 57 seconds||Sam Cappleman-Lynes||This was a very easy one. One move to fix centres, then 2 base edges to place and a clockwise cycle of the last edges. I memorise how to orient the centres and tips using 0, 1 or 2. I do up first, then right, then left and finally the back. 0 represents no twist, 1 a clockwise twist and 2 an anticlockwise twist.||20061201|
|7||2 minutes 12 seconds||Stefan Pochmann||Actually behind the back. Includes memorization. Done in the train while we were standing for 140 minutes between cities because of train failure (only 6 more minutes to go to the second city which was my goal ;-).|
|8||2 minutes 16 seconds||Shotaro Makisumi||This wasn't too bad. Anyways, I don't have a Skewb.|
|9||2 minutes 24 seconds||Wuqiong Fan||Memo was 58 seconds. I used visual memo and method was like TuRBo. I'm not so familiar with the way my algorithms cycle the pieces. 4tips+4corners+6edges=14 pieces to solve.||20081231|
|10||3 minutes 0.44 seconds||Gunnar Krig||This is the first puzzle I have ever solved blindfolded. It is such a nice feeling every time you succeed.|