Finals - 2016 Classic Tetris World Championship

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CTWC 2018 Top 4 - Pt. 1 - Joseph vs. Koryan

If you're new, Subscribe! → https://bit.ly/2N3PAxx Help support the CTWC: http://bit.ly/donatectwc -- "BOOM Tetris For Jeff" T-shirts and other CTWC merchandise: http://ctwc.storenvy.com -- Follow us and watch more on Twitch: http://twitch.tv/ClassicTetris -- learn more at http://thectwc.com Koryan (1) vs. Joseph Saelee (5) Epic match-up of the hyper-tappers! With commentary by James Chen and Chris Tang. In the 1990 Nintendo World Championship competition, Tetris was the game to beat. The winner, Thor Aackerlund, is still seen by many as the best to have ever played. Today’s Classic Tetris tournaments are played on that same version of Nintendo Tetris, using original NES game systems, controllers, and Tetris cartridges. In 2009, a player named Harry Hong became the first to achieve the highest possible score of 999,999 points. Inspired by this achievement, filmmaker Adam Cornelius produced a short film about Harry called “Max-Out”, and launched a Kickstarter campaign to document the world of competitive Tetris. As word of Adam’s Kickstarter campaign spread, rumors of max-out scores from other Tetris Masters began to surface, threatening the supremacy of Harry’s achievement. With the help of Nintendo World Championship veteran Robin Mihara, Adam searched for all of the Tetris Masters he could find. Jonas Neubauer emerged as an early max-out artist, along with the elusive original champ Thor Aackerlund. The idea of bringing these and other NES Tetris Masters together to compete in a live tournament became an obvious and irresistible proposition which was artfully captured in the 2010 feature length documentary Ecstasy of Order: The Tetris Masters. Under the leadership of producer Vince Clemente, The Classic Tetris World Championship is currently held at the Portland Retro Gaming Expo, an annual event which has hosted the tournament since 2012. Chuck Van Pelt and his organizing committee have built the PRGE into the largest classic gaming expo in the country, drawing around 9000 attendees. Every year the scores get higher. Rivalries are revisited once again, and new players emerge to challenge the old guard. Over 30 players have maxed out the score now. Will you be the next? http://ecstasyoforder.com http://thectwc.com

HIGHEST SCORING TETRIS MATCH EVER Joseph v Koryan CTM Final March ‘19

If you're new, Subscribe! → https://bit.ly/2N3PAxx Help support the CTWC: http://bit.ly/donatectwc -- "BOOM Tetris For Jeff" T-shirts and other CTWC merchandise: http://ctwc.storenvy.com -- Follow us and watch more on Twitch: http://twitch.tv/ClassicTetris -- learn more at http://thectwc.com In the March Edition of Classic Tetris Monthly reigning CTWC champ Joseph Saelee combined with Grandmaster Koryan to score the most points ever in a classic Tetris match in this thrilling Final. With commentary by Harry Hong and Vandweller. In the 1990 Nintendo World Championship competition, Tetris was the game to beat. The winner, Thor Aackerlund, is still seen by many as the best to have ever played. Today’s Classic Tetris tournaments are played on that same version of Nintendo Tetris, using original NES game systems, controllers, and Tetris cartridges. In 2009, a player named Harry Hong became the first to achieve the highest possible score of 999,999 points. Inspired by this achievement, filmmaker Adam Cornelius produced a short film about Harry called “Max-Out”, and launched a Kickstarter campaign to document the world of competitive Tetris. As word of Adam’s Kickstarter campaign spread, rumors of max-out scores from other Tetris Masters began to surface, threatening the supremacy of Harry’s achievement. With the help of Nintendo World Championship veteran Robin Mihara, Adam searched for all of the Tetris Masters he could find. Jonas Neubauer emerged as an early max-out artist, along with the elusive original champ Thor Aackerlund. The idea of bringing these and other NES Tetris Masters together to compete in a live tournament became an obvious and irresistible proposition which was artfully captured in the 2010 feature length documentary Ecstasy of Order: The Tetris Masters. Under the leadership of producer Vince Clemente, The Classic Tetris World Championship is currently held at the Portland Retro Gaming Expo, an annual event which has hosted the tournament since 2012. Chuck Van Pelt and his organizing committee have built the PRGE into the largest classic gaming expo in the country, drawing around 6,000 attendees. Every year the scores get higher. Rivalries are revisited once again, and new players emerge to challenge the old guard. Over 20 players have maxed out the score now. Will you be the next? http://ecstasyoforder.com http://thectwc.com

[World Record] Contra Low% in 10:22 (Co-op)

World Fu***ing Record Guys!!! First of all I have to apologize for no mic audio but the room we were was very noisy so I just captured game audio, about the run we had a horrible mistakes in stage 4 "base 2" and we totally failed reducing lag at stage 7 "Hangar" probably without those mistakes this could have been a 10:18 but we are happy with the result, thanks for watching this run. Player 1 - McFly https://www.twitch.tv/metroidmcfly Player 2 - TMR https://www.twitch.tv/themexicanrunner Now you can support me on Patron: https://www.patreon.com/themexicanrunner Also I want to thank 'Graham Fox', 'Memememe', 'OutputCoupler', 'christian r' and 'Seth Blase' for supporting me and making possible this video. DID YOU KNOW? You can help out a lot just by clicking that THUMB UP or SHARING this video. By doing so this video content goes higher in the YouTube Search Engine which means more people being able to find about my channel and videos. Thanks for your support. USEFUL LINKS: ● Wanna watch The Mexican Runner epic quest live? Go follow here: https://twitch.tv/themexicanrunner ● For more info about NESMania project (FAQ, Beaten Nintendo Games, Game List), you can visit: http://themexicanrunner.com ● World Records (WR) and Personal Best (PB) Speedrun Times of TMR: http://www.speedrun.com/themexicanrunner

World's Heaviest Weight

How do you measure big forces accurately? By calibrating your force transducer on the world's biggest weight - 1,000,000 pounds of force. This machine ensures planes don't break apart, jets provide required thrust, and rockets make it to their destination. Thanks to the people at NIST for showing me around: Rick Seifarth and Ben Stein. Animations here are by Sean Kelley and additional footage by Jennifer Lauren Lee. Special thanks to Patreon Supporters: Tony Fadell, Donal Botkin, Jeff Straathof, Zach Mueller, Ron Neal, Nathan Hansen Support Veritasium on Patreon: http://ve42.co/patreon Before visiting NIST in Washington DC I had no idea machines like this existed. Surely there's an accurate way to measure forces without creating such a huge known force?! Nope. This appears to be the best way, with a stack of 20 x 50,000 lb masses creating a maximum force of 4.45 MN or 1,000,000 pounds of force. I also wouldn't have thought about all the corrections that need applying - for example buoyancy subtracts about 125 pounds from the weight of the stack. Plus the local gravitational field strength must be taken into account. And, the gravitational field varies below grade. All of this must be taken into account in order to limit uncertainty to just five parts per million (.0005%) Music from The Epidemic Sound http://epidemicsound.com "Serene Story 2"

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From the 2016 Classic Tetris World Championship, Final match:

Jonas Neubauer vs Jeff Moore

With full commentary by Video Game Hall-of-Famer Chris Tang, this match is a real gem for all you Tetris fans out there.
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In the 1990 Nintendo World Championship competition, Tetris was the game to beat. The winner, Thor Aackerlund, is still seen by many as the best to have ever played.

Today’s Classic Tetris tournaments are played on that same version of Nintendo Tetris, using original NES game systems, controllers, and Tetris cartridges.

In 2009, a player named Harry Hong became the first to achieve the highest possible score of 999,999 points. Inspired by this achievement, filmmaker Adam Cornelius produced a short film about Harry called “Max-Out”, and launched a Kickstarter campaign to document the world of competitive Tetris.

As word of Adam’s Kickstarter campaign spread, rumors of max-out scores from other Tetris Masters began to surface, threatening the supremacy of Harry’s achievement. With the help of Nintendo World Championship veteran Robin Mihara, Adam searched for all of the Tetris Masters he could find. Jonas Neubauer emerged as an early max-out artist, along with the elusive original champ Thor Aackerlund. The idea of bringing these and other NES Tetris Masters together to compete in a live tournament became an obvious and irresistible proposition which was artfully captured in the 2010 feature length documentary Ecstasy of Order: The Tetris Masters.

Under the leadership of producer Vince Clemente, The Classic Tetris World Championship is currently held at the Portland Retro Gaming Expo, an annual event which has hosted the tournament since 2012. Chuck Van Pelt and his organizing committee have built the PRGE into the largest classic gaming expo in the country, drawing around 6,000 attendees.

Every year the scores get higher. Rivalries are revisited once again, and new players emerge to challenge the old guard. Over 20 players have maxed out the score now. Will you be the next?

http://ecstasyoforder.com
http://thectwc.com

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