So yeah… I’m not going to choose cards against him in the Online Memory League Championship.
It’s ridiculous that I’m in the same division as he is
Is the standard to round to the hundreds place in memory events? The impression I get from cubing (though I could be wrong) is that people tend to truncate to the hundreds place.
On a bad day, I sometimes struggle to remember 12.74 cards in 60 seconds!
That result is absolutely amazing. To watch him race through those cards was just breath-taking.
What an achievement. It makes you wonder where the limit is. Much like athletics, it’s eventually going to come down to hundredths or thousands of a second. Either way, we must be closing in on it.
Please explain what happens about a 1:39 in? He memorizes the cards, then please explain the method used to prove it. I am missing what happens after the memorizing. Thank you
There are three stages in Speed Cards with physical cards:
- Memorization - memorize a shuffled deck as fast as possible
- Recall - arrange a second deck to match the deck memorized, in a maximum of 5 minutes
- Checking - the original deck and recall deck are compared card by card to see how many cards were recalled correctly.
The video here only shows the memorization and the checking stages.