Tetris – Tetris players find a way to use the Rolling technique in NES
NES Tetris players use a new technique called Rolling that allows them to press keys more than 20 times per second to set new records.
YouTuber aGameScoutHe explained in detail this new and promising technique that has taken the Tetris community by storm. The techniques used by Tetris players were divided into DAS and Hyper tapping, but Rolling allows you to press large amounts of keys without special controllers and gloves, making this technique completely legal to use in the tournament.
This technique, also called Flyheccing, was popularized by Hector “Fly” Rodriguez, who used Rolling on Atari machines to achieve higher speeds in Track and Field. Unfortunately, the fact that the keys on the Atari machines are much larger than the NES’s control device prevented this technique from being used in the NES. But Cheez_FishFinally discovered a way to get this technique to work on the NES. You can take a look at the rolling technique here.
Cheez, with this technique that requires a lot of practice, made it possible to press 20 keys per second. He started using this technique in tournaments like the WPL Classic Tetris Open 5 and scored over 1,300,000, the first in tournament history.
Also Cheez using this technique He scored 259,000 points at Level 29 and set a world record.
Adam Bankhurst writes on MRT.