Stanford Spring 2010 is the sixth competition at Stanford University. It will be an official competition run by a team of cubers from Berkeley, Caltech, and Stanford.

Date: Sunday, May 23, 2010

Planned Location: Meyer Forum Room ("Meyer Forum Room")
in Meyer Library, Stanford University

Events: 3x3x3 Speedsolve | 3x3x3 One-Handed | 3x3x3 Blindfolded | Magic | Master Magic | Team Blindfolded (Unofficial) | Skewb (Unofficial)
Tentative Events: 2x2x2 | 5x5x5 | Pyraminx | Square-1

Who may compete?

Anyone who can solve a cube may register and compete.

How much will it cost?

We will be collecting registration fees from competitors to pay expenses. Registration will be $5 for the first event, $2 for each additional event. $1 of each competitor's fee will go to the WCA.

Pre-registration: Competitors may pre-register for the competition until May 16. Competitors who do not pre-register can register at the door for an additional $5 fee.

Stanford: Stanford community members may compete for free and are encouraged to help run the competition (even if they did not pre-register).

What should competitors know?

Cubes: Competitors should bring their own cubes to compete with. (Some cubers might be willing to lend theirs, though.)

Time Limits: Each solve has a 10-minute time limit. Some events may be subject to a lower time limit.

Regulations: Competitors, please make sure you are familiar with the WCA Regulations before competing, particularly Article A.

Questions? Contact Brett Wines at bgwines [at] with the e-mail subject "Cube-a-Palooza 3: Mostly Harmless."