Welcome to the wonderful world of Tetris done quick! Tetrisconcept is an amazing Tetris community with a lot of Tetris the Grandmaster players. Tetris the Grandmaster = TGM. Here I post a bunch of videos to keep you up to date with the latest Tetris goodness. Then, you can introduce yourself in the introduction thread! I DO want to make an exception though. There is a very strong TGM emphasis, but we also do have a lot of NES Tetris players and so few people know Koryan, I figured I should post this here. Now. Terror Instinct. We've had an instinct of terror discovering that not only 5 minutes probably was too long for the world record holder of TGM 3, 4:36:70 is humanly possible! This is probably the most impressive play by KAN, a Japanese player who, even to this day, keeps pushing his limits. Death. My best run is here. It's longer than the world record. This run surprised me. Now, I guess I should talk more about the world record. You see, Kashiwa0903 was surely looking for a good run. But this doesn't describe it. If you don't clear a line at the end of a section, the game stops counting the level and you don't advance. This is called level stop. This world record shows 8 seconds. Of level stop. Eight. Seconds. Of level stop. There are a lot of philosophies about what to do when in a situation that's prone to level stop and this is here, right in our faces, to say : "Maybe sometimes, you can just take the slow road and still get world record." Maybe sometimes, you can just play the way you want. This record hasn't been recently approached, but we see a lot of players doing their thing, playing Death the way they want to play. I encourage you to do so. And pretty much with the same idea, "Maybe sometimes, you are not the fastest but you still are awesome." 309 was the Death world holder for a long time, and when he decided to take on Shirase, TGM 3's super fast mode, it was expected that he gets the world record for that too. The surprise is that he didn't. His runs however are a gold mine of finesse and foresight. Let his runs be known for the good of mankind. In case those runs are too fast, you can always look for some interesting concepts, like playing doubles, alone. Interested? Why don't you look at a run from Nahucirujano? Then, you can always look at the rest of his channel. And that's it. A lot of videos are to be watched, and a lot of games to be played. I hope you'll enjoy the ride. Stay awesome!