Princeton Fall 2017


Date
Sep 23, 2017
City
Princeton, New Jersey, United States
Venue

Princeton University

Address
Frist Campus Center, Frist Ln, Princeton, NJ 08544
Details

Frist Campus Center, Multi-Purpose Room

Organizer
Johann Frias
WCA Delegate
Kian Barry
Contact

Princeton Cube Club

Information

The Princeton Fall Open 2017 is open to all competitors. Competitors must familiarize themselves with the WCA Regulations found on this site.

Their is a flat fee of $25 to register for this competition via Stripe. Registration fees must be paid in advance in order for your registration to be considered final. There will be no refunds. Registration fees cover the cost of the venue and a special Princeton Fall 2017 poster. Princeton students are free and should comment with a note about that when they register.

There will be a competitor limit of 100 competitors. Registration will open on 8/4/17. When our limit is reached, you may be added to the waiting list in case some people choose to drop out later.

There will be no at the door registrations. No exceptions whatsoever.

If you would like to pre-order a Princeton Fall 2017 t-shirt, as we have done for each competition in the past, we will send out an email to all competitors shortly after registration closes to set that up.

Events
Main event
Competitors
100
Registration period

Online registration opened and closed .

Registration requirements
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There is a competitor limit of 100 competitors.
The base registration fee for this competition is $25 (United States Dollar).
Highlights
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Keaton Ellis won with an average of 7.87 seconds in the 3x3x3 Cube event. Daniel Karnaukh finished second (8.01) and Samuel Fang finished third (9.20).

3x3x3 Cube

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Keaton Ellis 7.52 7.87 United States 7.788.059.087.527.77
2 Daniel Karnaukh 6.98 8.01 United States 6.9810.377.898.847.31
3 Samuel Fang 8.96 9.20 United States 9.599.019.0011.118.96

2x2x2 Cube

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Daniel Karnaukh 1.44 1.94 United States 1.444.071.922.361.55
2 Luigi Soriano 1.62 1.97 United States 1.952.062.131.901.62
3 Krish Shah-Nathwani 1.67 2.43 United States 1.67DNF2.242.942.11

4x4x4 Cube

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Dana Yi 29.90 33.11 United States 35.9929.9030.2945.3933.06
2 Chris Choi 32.65 34.61 United States 35.2535.3332.6533.2436.92
3 Daniel Karnaukh 36.29 37.50 United States 36.291:08.8137.5438.0736.88

3x3x3 One-Handed

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Keaton Ellis 10.44 12.75 United States 12.5212.9810.4417.9512.74
2 Daniel Karnaukh 12.88 15.86 United States 19.1415.4612.8819.9912.99
3 AJ Kamal 12.52 16.99 United States 14.6817.3812.5228.9718.90

Pyraminx

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Daniel Goodman 2.15 2.85 United States 2.153.184.902.512.86
2 Samuel Fang 2.54 3.33 United States 2.544.1410.733.062.80
3 Alex Maass 3.00 4.02 United States 4.103.003.934.034.99

Skewb

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Christopher Chi 3.99 4.52 United States 3.994.774.594.434.54
2 Daniel Karnaukh 3.04 4.66 United States 3.206.354.433.046.60
3 Luigi Soriano 3.60 4.76 United States 4.303.606.016.693.97

Square-1

# Name Best Average Citizen of Solves
1 Luigi Soriano 8.66 10.72 United States 8.6613.919.2210.4112.54
2 Christopher Chi 10.35 10.87 United States 10.5112.0511.7010.4010.35
3 Daniel Karnaukh 7.74 11.86 United States 9.6315.547.7414.5011.45