Memorizing PEG Images

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#1 11 October, 2017 - 09:02
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Memorizing PEG Images


What is the fastest / most efficient way to memorize your peg images?

Hi there. I'm very new to memory sports and recently I made a 1000 image number system.
Right now I am trying to master it via brute force and it's kind of not fun.
I'm willing to share parts of my list if you guys would help me with this **, ughh!

11 October, 2017 - 16:21
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I put my peg numbers into a memory palace! It was just 100 numbers not 1K since I'm not interested in competing as much as longer term learning. It helped two ways: it solidified the Palace, and also solidified the numbers. You'd need some serious palace building--or use some kind of "bridging figure" for each century with a 100 locus palace?

11 October, 2017 - 22:58
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Right now I am trying to master it via brute force and it's kind of not fun.

Hehe gin brute force mo gali. Syempre dugay gid na sya i master eh kay 1000 . I try mo review ang 100 tapos next day naman ang 100 .

Kasano mo lng gani natapos ang imo 1000?

Amo lng na ang akon ma suggest .

Let's see kung ano ang mahambal sang iban.

12 October, 2017 - 08:41
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Natapos ko mga 2 weeks ago. pero mga 3 days ago ko lang gin suguran saulo.

Haha. Maybe I'm just too impatient. I have already very good recall of the first 100 images.
Spaced Repetition with ANKI is very nice btw.

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