Greetings! 1. I've been playing Tetris in small bursts for about 5 years. It wasn't until about 10 months ago when I decided to have a decent crack at it and so far I'd call myself reasonably competent. 2. The first few years of playing were mostly spent playing the occasional game of 6P battle on Tetris Friends, then like a lot of new TGM players I saw the first exhibition at AGDQ 2015 and it completely blew me away. Eventually after having watched the archived runs over and over again I got the idea in my head that "this looks hard, but surely it can't be that hard right?" and I've been hooked ever since. I now spend somewhere between 1-3 hours a day playing TGM1 in an attempt to prove to myself that becoming a Grand Master is indeed an attainable goal. 3. As far as games in general go I'm reasonably diverse and will play just about anything, but I specifically play a lot of roguelikes (Binding of Isaac, Nuclear Throne, Spelunky, Risk of Rain), FPS (Call of Duty, Battlefield, TF2) and the occasional nostalgia trip with a playthrough of an old game from my childhood. 4. Being a fan of Sonic the Hedgehog it was inevitable that I would run into puyo puyo in the form of Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine at some point, which I thoroughly enjoy despite being absolutely terrible at it. I also try and keep track of indie developed puzzle games which in recent years has included Antichamber, The Witness and a charming little game called Snakebird (which is where my avatar comes from). 5. After discovering TGM via the GDQ runs it was only a matter of time before either KevinDDR or Qlex brought up this website during one of their streams. I've only signed up now as I was waiting until I had a time/score in TGM1 that i though was worth posting, which in retrospect is kinda silly but unfortunately my ego is far too big for my own good. And that pretty much me in a nutshell. Hopefully there are many more tetrominoes in my future.