NEW MEMBER WITH TONS OF ILLUSION TO BEAT RECORDS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (SPAIN)

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#1 25 June, 2017 - 14:11
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NEW MEMBER WITH TONS OF ILLUSION TO BEAT RECORDS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (SPAIN)


Hello, I'm 28, from Spain and I'm passionate about memory and mental calculation. I want to begin in this sports.

One of the main reasons I love this, is because looks spectacular, is a very atractive hability and I can show this to people anywhere, anytime (like magic, in fact looks magic, looks super mental powers when the hability is great). I'm magician in fact. Magic is my top passion.

¿ANY OTHER MAGICIAN HERE?

I discover mental calculation and memory in internet many years ago but...

NOW, 28 YEARS OLD, I HAVE AN EXTREMLY POWERFULL ENERGY FOR TO PRACTICE BECAUSE I HAVE SO MUCH ILUSION AND MORE MOTIVATION THAN EVER for to do all the things I want in my life.

MENTAL CALCULATION:
The first contact in internet was finding record holder Alberto Coto web site.

THESE ARE MY GOALS IN MENTAL CALCULATION:

I'm super interested in learning FLASH ANZAN TECHNIQUE.

ABOUT FLASH ANZAN TECHNIQUE:
Even I want to compite in this one day, ¿Which task I love?:

I love 10x10 mental addition tasks in memoriad. This task is is VISUAL, PURE CALCULATION AND ABOUT SPEED READING OFF THE NUMBERS. Flashing numbers are great for practice the ability and fun, but is "artificial" for me. I prefer 10x10 addition tasks in memoriad because is organic, is more natural, you have to use your own eyes and move them to see all the numbers (when you see flashing numbers you have the advantage of the computer because you have to look at the same point all the time without moving your eyes of that point.).
10x10 is a complet task, more complex because that. Also you can show this task anywhere anytime to people.

JEONGHEE LEE IS MY IDOL. She broke the record of memoriad additions 10 task for adding ten 10-digit numbers in 100 seconds. Also she have the world record in memoriad tasks of multiplication, division and flash anzan marathon.

JEONGHEE LEE IS THE ONLY KNOW SOROBAN ABACUS MASTER TO HAVE REACHED THE ELEVENTH DAN. IF ANYONE CAN EXPLAIN WHAT MEANS ELEVENTH DAN, TELL ME PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.

Jeonghee can even do 10 tasks for adding ten 10-digit numbers FASTER THAN THE RECORD.
In the next video you can see at the end Jeonghee adding large numbers with the total digits of 1250 in 92 seconds which means. See crearly that this means:

73,6 SECONDS at that speed in memoriad 10 tasks addition (1.000 dígits) = 7,36 s every 10x10 ADDITION!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This means she only had 0,0736 seconds to see every digit!!!!!!!!!!!

- SPEED 100 DIGIT ADDITION (this is my favourite record, I want to try this always with my own method). Alberto Coto inspired me in this. He is the master doing this. He have the world record holder with 17:04 s (6 digits every second).
He can even add faster like in the next video (always i I love to see him doing this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3B0EAWPtIP4 If you count carefully, he spent 2 seconds to add 15 digit numbers which means:

¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡7 every second!!!!!!!!!!!!!, (I've listened that even sometimes he add even faster tan 7 every second!!!),

100 digit task is the only PURE (addition) and SPEED CALCULATION TASK EXISTING TODAY WITH WRITED NUMBERS. The idea is similar to 100 m sprint.
I LOVE THIS TASK specially FOR THE IDEA THAT IS COMPLEX AND AT THE SAME TIME SIMPLE. I LOVE THE IDEA OF WORK WITH 100 ISOLATED ELEMENTS.

The second person I see adding digits was Arturo Mendoza and his way to do this amazed me and I realized that this can looks MUCH MORE ESPECTACULAR WITHOUT PUTTING YOUR FINGER IN THE NUMBERS. See min (4:13) of the next video of Arturo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urCVNGy0zlg

MEMORY:

I like this disciplines:

- Speed Cards: this is my favourite dsicipline, and I want to use the system that Boris Nicolai Konrad. I think is the best one card system. I speak about his method here:
http://artofmemory.com/forums/the-best-time-in-speed-cards-using-one-car...

The first time I see this was Ben Pridmore in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_KlsQxf_UE&t=17s (Was astounshing, because in this task you can clearly see the speed of the memorization because the moving the cards).
When I see this, was hard to belive for me. Incredible!!!!!

Boris Nicolai Konrad reach 30 s in competiton and his best time out of competition was about 24 (he told me this)

Also this task is done with cards, I love cards because magic and always there is a pack in my pocket. My goal in this task is to reach at last that speed (25 seconds)

- Speed memory: The task I like in this category IS REALLY A SPEED MENTAL TASK. THE MOST EXTREMLY SPEED MENTAL TASK IN MENTAL SPORTS EVER, I THINK.
You need alot of concentration, is an explosión of adrenaline and need A GREAT CONFIDENCE IN YOUR SELF, you can't distract. Is knowed that when memory is working at high SPEED, the sinapsis is very strong, very violent. So is healthy to train this.
I'm refering to the only task I really like in this discipline,wich is decimal numbers in 0,5. IN THIS TASK, I WANT TO REACH THE HIGHEST LEVEL I CAN, SO THIS TASK MOTIVATE ME MORE TO COMPITE THAN ANY OTHER IN MEMORY. I WANT TO TRY THE RECORD. THIS TASK IS MY FAVOURITE MEMORY TASK TO COMPITE WITHOUT DOUBT. RECORD = 18 decimal numbers memorized in 0.5 s. IS MY FAVOURITE MEMORY RECORD EVER DONE (minute 1:15): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vE9pqQZkKOQ

- Spoken numbers. (Memorizing many digits just earing the numbers.
- Names and faces (and I personally like to memorize phisical caracteristics of the persons like color of the eyes, hair, clothes...).
- 10.000 dígit of pi (I like the task of recall randomly chosen segments in the shortest amount of time.

I want to compite one day in mental calculation specially (this what really motivate me more to compite), and also in memory because I enjoy doing also but the main reason for to practice this is simply...
I'm passionate about this sport, is very fun, brings me satisfaction and is a challengue to have in life. And also is very good for to exercice my mind. And for the reasons I mentioned at the beggining.

THANK YOU FOR TO READ MY PRESENTATION!!!

16 July, 2017 - 04:44
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Welcome to the site! :)

16 July, 2017 - 06:25
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THANKS JOSH!!!!

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