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Ron White is a 2 time USA Memory Champion and memory training expert.
He won the 2009 and 2010 USA Memory Championships and set the record for the fastest to memorize a deck of cards in the USA in 2009 at 1 minute and 27 seconds.
He also set a record that year by memorizing a 167 digit number in 5 minutes.
Both records have since been broken. The record for fastest to memorize a deck of cards stood for 2 years.
In 2011 and 2012 he finished 2nd in the USA Memory Championship and retired in 2013 to dedicate his time to teaching memory seminars, giving keynote speeches on the topic of memory and promoting his Black Belt Memory course (link above).
From 2012 to 2019 he had several large scale memory demonstrations.
1. The Afghanistan Memory Wall. Ron memorized the fallen from the war in Afghanistan in the order of their death. It took 10 months to memorize and he travels the United States writing these names on a wall from memory to honor the fallen. It is over 7,000 words. Imagine you are watching someone write the Vietnam Wall from memory. That is what this is for Afghanistan.
2. He memorized the United States Constitution and wrote it out from memory on July 4, 2019 for Fox & friends morning show on Fox News.
In 2018, he was invited by the USA Memory Championship to compete in the 20th USA Memory Championship. At first he declined but with 3 weeks left to the tournament he began training for the memory tournament.
He set a personal best by memorizing 155 names in 15 minutes.
His other scores of 118 digits in 5 minutes memorized and a deck of cards in 1 minute 59 seconds were well below his personal bests. However, with that said, it was good for 4th place finish and just a little over 1 point away from third place.
Ron White is once again proving that a great memory is not just for the young and mentally agile. It can be for anyone of any age who wants to work hard at memory improvement.
On this channel you will find many videos on how to remember names, numbers, facts, details, what you read and much more.