College Freshman Earns Tetris Grand Master Status

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The University of Washington's Kevin Birrell, a freshman computer science major, recently achieved Grand Master status on Tetris. Yes, there is such a thing.

It's rarefied air, too. According to GeekWire, the 18-year-old Birrell "is one of just 5 people - 2 outside Japan - to have achieved the [Grand Master title]."

Watch him play at INSANE speed below and you'll see why.

NOTE: If watching some dude play Tetris for 10 minutes doesn't float your boat, we've also posted the Kate Upton "Cat Daddy" video. Gotcha covered.

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