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How Does a Game of Tetris Sound to You?

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In honor of this weekend's Tetris World Championships held this Sunday here in Los Angeles, today's video lunch is a sampling of versions of the Tetris music done in oh-so-many different ways.

Congrats to the champs in both the Nintendo and PlayStation platforms:
NES solo - Jonas Neubauer: 30 years old, Redondo Beach, CA, Loan Coordinator
PSN solo - John Tran: 27 years old, Menifee, CA, Student
PSN team - Team Hard Drop: John Tran and Roger Teng

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