Which record was the most important for you?

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KamilSaper
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Which record was the most important for you?

Post by KamilSaper » Mon Apr 06, 2009 8:37 pm

Which of your records was the most important for you? 1st country record? 1st world record? 1st sub60 or sub50?
For me:
1. My 1st country record, after jump from 16x3 to 13, beating Lukasz's 14. This was my best record ever. For the 1st time I thought that Im the only person in a whole country who could do that :D
2. My 1st world record: beg NF 6,135 3bv/s. In fact it wasn't really important record, but still my 1st WR.
3 and 4: I was as much happy when got 1st 10s as when I got my 1st sub50. 10s was integer world record, and 4th best time ever I think, but I always knew I can get 10s, so it wasn't a big surprise. In opposite my 1st sub50 wasn't very good score comparing to players with sub40, but it came totally unexpected ( that day I thought I'll never get sub50 :D), that's y I was very happy :)
5 and 6: I was as much happy when got 36s as when I got my 1st time WR: 44NF.
0.49 - 7.03 - 31.13
NF: 0.49 - 7.03 - 31.51

EWQMinesweeper
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Re: Which record was the most important for you?

Post by EWQMinesweeper » Mon Apr 06, 2009 9:57 pm

i guess the record that meant most to me was my 1st sub50:

i knew i could sub50 when i got world ranked and during the 1st 49 i already knew that this game was going to be my 1st sub50...

another game of mine i like very much is my RQP record - a 48 @ ~3.4 - ok, the board is very easy...

i am not that proud about my 45 cuz i should have played at least 2 seconds faster

also i think my 4.7 on int, my 13.25 int record and my 1.94s on 6 3Bv beg game are awesome games too
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NYMIKE
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Re: Which record was the most important for you?

Post by NYMIKE » Sun Jun 14, 2009 3:09 am

To me the most important record is the last one I set, then it's all good and forgotten time for another one.

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