Best typist in each language

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Linsk
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Best typist in each language

Post by Linsk » Sat Dec 29, 2012 6:32 pm

Hi fast and furious typists,

This topic is intented to identify those who recorded the highest score in each of the 54 languages available on 10FF, in normal, advanced and competition modes. This list needs to be completed and updated. Any help will be greatly appreciated, thank you in advance. ;)

Of course, are supposed to be listed only legit typists. Since cheating is common on 10FF (despite the anti-cheat system), it is strongly recommended to be VERIFIED by a video in order to be definitely considered legit by the typing community.

This video should respect the following points:
- show your whole screen
- show you logged in to your 10FF account (avatar and username)
- show both of your hands on your keyboard
- reload the test before starting
- have the sound of your keyboard clearly audible (sufficient volume, without noise and without music)
- good video quality (I don't ask for HD, simply an exploitable video, at least readable in full screen mode)
- no lag of course
- the maximum tolerance is 10 words below your highscore (example: at least 190 WPM to certify a record of 200 WPM)

All this is to confirm the synchronicity between your typing and what is actually happening on your screen, to finally verify that your abilities are real and your record believable. So any suspicious or insufficiently solid video will be ignored. Thank you for your understanding and happy scores smashing! :)


πŸ† NORMAL high score πŸ†
  1. 233 WPM - 1163 CPM [English] chak β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video
  2. 226 WPM - 1129 CPM [French] ndjek β‡’ screenshot
  3. 215 WPM - 1074 CPM [Spanish] Iknash β‡’ screenshot
  4. 210 WPM - 1052 CPM [Portuguese] Kukkain β‡’ screenshot
  5. 209 WPM - 1046 CPM [Turkish] Berkayy. β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video
  6. 202 WPM - 1011 CPM [Italian] Andrea Senza Cognome β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video
  7. 202 WPM - 1010 CPM [Dutch] Schollie β‡’ screenshot
  8. 202 WPM - 1009 CPM [German] Ramin2601 β‡’ screenshot
  9. 198 WPM - 991 CPM [Vietnamese] Em bΓ© tαΊ­p gΓ΅ β‡’ screenshot
  10. 197 WPM - 987 CPM [Serbian] Nihad β‡’ screenshot
  11. 196 WPM - 979 CPM [Galician] Kukkain β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video
  12. 195 WPM - 974 CPM [Catalan] Glevion β‡’ screenshot
  13. 186 WPM - 928 CPM [Danish] Shaz_man β‡’ screenshot
  14. 185 WPM - 927 CPM [Norwegian] Shazzy β‡’ screenshot
  15. 185 WPM - 925 CPM [Malaysian] Heaven Blades β‡’ screenshot
  16. 184 WPM - 922 CPM [Indonesian] Schollie β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video
  17. 184 WPM - 921 CPM [Croatian] Nihad β‡’ screenshot
  18. 182 WPM - 911 CPM [Romanian] Iovănaș Darius ⇒ screenshot tied with Cepoi Emanuel Samuel ⇒ screenshot
  19. 181 WPM - 907 CPM [Swedish] -KC- β‡’ screenshot
  20. 180 WPM - 902 CPM [Russian] 170000 β‡’ screenshot
  21. 179 WPM - 896 CPM [Slovak] Branislav Beňovič β‡’ screenshot
  22. 179 WPM - 895 CPM [Filipino] Schollie β‡’ screenshot
  23. 176 WPM - 879 CPM [Korean] Snarly β‡’ screenshot
  24. 175 WPM - 877 CPM [Lithuanian] Glevion β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video
  25. 175 WPM - 873 CPM [Hungarian] XYJQK β‡’ screenshot
  26. 173 WPM - 867 CPM [Persian] ViPER KHADEM β‡’ screenshot
  27. 173 WPM - 864 CPM [Polish] Grzegorz FromPoland β‡’ screenshot
  28. 172 WPM - 860 CPM [Czech] Viper β‡’ screenshot
  29. 172 WPM - 858 CPM [Latvian] Glevion β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video
  30. 171 WPM - 854 CPM [Malagasy] Gabriel Sebben T. β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video
  31. 170 WPM - 850 CPM [Albanian] Kukkains β‡’ screenshot
  32. 168 WPM - 838 CPM [Icelandic] Glevion β‡’ screenshot
  33. 165 WPM - 824 CPM [Finnish] qbZ β‡’ screenshot
  34. 160 WPM - 801 CPM [Esperanto] [10FF] Jashe β‡’ screenshot
  35. 158 WPM - 792 CPM [Slovenian] Glevion β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video
  36. 156 WPM - 780 CPM [Estonian] Glevion β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video
  37. 156 WPM - 778 CPM [Hebrew] Amit Tal β‡’ screenshot
  38. 131 WPM - 657 CPM [Bulgarian] 170000 β‡’ screenshot
  39. 131 WPM - 655 CPM [Thai] Ragna ThebloodEdge β‡’ screenshot
  40. 129 WPM - 645 CPM [Macedonian] Igor Josifoski β‡’ screenshot
  41. 127 WPM - 636 CPM [Greek] doncarlosgallagher β‡’ screenshot
  42. 125 WPM - 625 CPM [Azerbaijani] Linsk β‡’ screenshot
  43. 121 WPM - 605 CPM [Arabic] Ψ£Ψ­Ω…Ψ― Ψ·Ω†ΩŠΩ†Ω‡ β‡’ screenshot
  44. 121 WPM - 604 CPM [Ukrainian] Vladimir Scherbyuk β‡’ screenshot
  45. 110 WPM - 548 CPM [Hindi] Krishan Malik β‡’ screenshot
  46. 108 WPM - 538 CPM [Armenian] Vazrik β‡’ screenshot
  47. 106 WPM - 532 CPM [Georgian] Maxoo Mzareulishvili β‡’ screenshot
  48. 87 WPM - 436 CPM [Urdu] mohammad_shahid_rafiq β‡’ screenshot
  49. 81 WPM - 407 CPM [Bengali] Rafiqul Islam Sarker β‡’ screenshot
  50. 76 WPM - 382 CPM [Kurdish] Rawand Haidar β‡’ screenshot
  51. 59 WPM - 296 CPM [Pashto] yousofzai β‡’ screenshot
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I'm sorry for Asian typists but I have to put these languages ​​on the sidelines because their current system of calculation counts 5 keystrokes for each ideogram, what greatly inflates the scores. So the speed shown in WPM / CPM is artificial. But the number of typed words is real.

224 WPM - 1122 CPM - 89 typed words [Traditional Chinese] Sunyanzi β‡’ screenshot
206 WPM - 1028 CPM - 84 typed words [Simplified Chinese] Sunyanzi β‡’ screenshot
231 WPM - 1153 CPM - 84 typed words [Japanese] Takahiro Sumino β‡’ screenshot


πŸ† COMPETITION high score πŸ†

β‡’ Waiting for high scores in all other languages.

218 WPM - 1092 CPM [French] HeavenBlades β‡’ competition | VERIFIED β‡’ video
213 WPM - 1066 CPM [English] Taran β‡’ competition

114 WPM - 568 CPM [Azerbaijani] Linsk β‡’ competition | VERIFIED β‡’ video

85 WPM - 423 CPM [Japanese] kamen rider fan 2 β‡’ competition | VERIFIED β‡’ video *

79 WPM - 393 CPM [Albanian] kamen rider fan 2 β‡’ competition | VERIFIED β‡’ video

* Japanese scores are inflated on 10FF because each ideogram is counted as 5 keystrokes. The average length of Japanese words on 10FF is 7.56 keystrokes (spaces and entries included) so to get a realistic equivalence of the CPM score, we multiply the number of words actually typed by 7.56.

πŸ† ADVANCED high score πŸ†

β‡’ Records in small size: TO BE VERIFIED.

194 WPM - 968 CPM [English] arenasnow β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video
194 WPM - 968 CPM [Spanish] Varsovie Es Dios β‡’ screenshot
190 WPM - 949 CPM [Dutch] Schollie β‡’ screenshot

186 WPM - 932 CPM [French] HeavenBlades β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video
186 WPM - 928 CPM [Portuguese] Gabriel Sebben T. β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video

174 WPM - 868 CPM [Italian] Andrea Senza Cognome β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video
171 WPM - 854 CPM [Catalan] Glevion β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video
171 WPM - 853 CPM [Galician] Glevion β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video

167 WPM - 836 CPM [Indonesian] Schollie β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video

156 WPM - 778 CPM [Norwegian] Indistinguishable β‡’ screenshot
155 WPM - 776 CPM [Vietnamese] Lucidity β‡’ screenshot
154 WPM - 772 CPM [German] Manuel Awezome β‡’ screenshot
150 WPM - 751 CPM [Turkish] QKeyboardQ β‡’ screenshot
150 WPM - 749 CPM [Persian] ADS β‡’ screenshot

146 WPM - 731 CPM [Czech] Schumi Schuminier β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video
146 WPM - 729 CPM [Hungarian] DÑniel Dâbrentey β‡’ screenshot
146 WPM - 729 CPM [Swedish] Swedish King β‡’ screenshot
143 WPM - 714 CPM [Finnish] MikroMikko β‡’ screenshot
142 WPM - 709 CPM [Russian] Speedyman β‡’ screenshot
140 WPM - 702 CPM [Danish] qbZ β‡’ screenshot
140 WPM - 700 CPM [Polish] Maskow β‡’ screenshot

137 WPM - 687 CPM [Albanian] Traben β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video
135 WPM - 674 CPM [Icelandic] Glevion β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video

129 WPM - 647 CPM [Romanian] Andrea Senza Cognome β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video
129 WPM - 646 CPM [Slovenian] Gabriel Sebben T. β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video

103 WPM - 513 CPM [Azerbaijani] Linsk β‡’ screenshot | VERIFIED β‡’ video
__________________________________________________

I'm sorry for Asian typists but I have to put these language ​​on the sidelines because their current system of calculation counts 5 keystrokes for each ideogram, what greatly inflates the scores. So the speed shown in WPM / CPM is artificial. But the number of typed words is real.

157 WPM - 787 CPM - 56 typed words [Japanese] STN12345 β‡’ screenshot


πŸ… Gold medal count πŸ…

11 gold medals:
- Glevion: Catalan, Estonian, Icelandic, Latvian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Slovenian, Spanish (normal) and Catalan, Galician, Icelandic (advanced)

5 gold medals:
- Gabriel Sebben T.: Esperanto, Galician, Malagasy (normal) and Portuguese, Slovenian (advanced)
- Schollie: Dutch, Indonesian, Malaysian (normal) and Dutch, Indonesian (advanced)

4 gold medals:
- Andrea Senza Cognome: Italian, Romanian (normal) and Italian, Romanian (advanced)

3 gold medals:
- HeavenBlades: French (normal, competition and advanced)
- Indistinguishable: Danish, Norwegian (normal) and Norwegian (advanced)
- Linsk: Azerbaijani (normal, competition and advanced)

2 gold medals:
- arenasnow: Filipino (normal) and English (advanced)
- kamen rider fan 2 Albanian and Japanese (competition)
- Kukkain/Kukkains: Albanian and Portuguese (normal)
- Nihad: Croatian, Serbian (normal)
- qbZ: Finnish (normal) and Danish (advanced)
- Schumi Schuminier: Czech (normal and advanced)
- Speedyman: Russian (normal and advanced)
- Sunyanzi: Simplified and Traditional Chinese (normal)
- Swedish King: Swedish (normal and advanced)

1 gold medal: all other typists

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Re: Best typist in each language

Post by qbZ » Fri Jan 04, 2013 11:45 am

http://10fastfingers.com/user/219060/
Albanian: 128 WPM
Dutch: 153 WPM

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Re: Best typist in each language

Post by sidm » Fri Jan 04, 2013 2:16 pm

Hello! watch this video 239 wpm on 10fastfingers http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4UE9-thA0U
Do you know who he/she is? I don't think this is cheating. Is it?
Please reply. Thanks!

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Re: Best typist in each language

Post by qbZ » Fri Jan 04, 2013 2:37 pm

Really really strange..
If it's legit then.. he's the fastest typist in the world I guess? :lol:
Nobody reached 210 WPM on this website, even Sean Wrona, and this guy got 239, and called his vid "about 200 WPM"?
And if he was that good, he would make an account and try to beat some records, and would be known on other websites.
I'd like to see his full screen + keyboard sound, because the typing area seems legit to me.
He has a chinese ad on his screen though, if he's Asian he's probably legit. :mrgreen:

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Re: Best typist in each language

Post by sidm » Fri Jan 04, 2013 2:56 pm

Watch his other typing videos - http://www.youtube.com/user/chunkit11111

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Re: Best typist in each language

Post by Linsk » Fri Jan 04, 2013 3:32 pm

It goes so fast that we must freeze the frame to see the errors and corrections. xD Probably someone who knows the way to slow down the countdown and then has accelerated his video to have normal seconds. Some have already been banned for doing that.

Albanian and Dutch updated. ;)

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Re: Best typist in each language

Post by sidm » Mon Jan 07, 2013 7:10 am

@Linsk I see you are a very typist. I would like to ask that how did you go from 50 to 130wpm in a month and what should i do to increase my speed and mainly accuracy. can you recommend any websites/typing tutors.
Please Reply.

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Re: Best typist in each language

Post by Linsk » Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:50 am

3 languages added:
- Filipino: 127 WPM;
- Lithuanian: 122 WPM;
- Russian: 120 WPM.

Now I think it's time to open a topic on typing tips. ^^

@sidm: Well, actually the first time I used 10FF, before my registration, I typed a maximum of about 50 words. It was on the old version of the site and the score just gave the number of words really typed (not CPM divided by 5). In French, 50 words was roughly 400 CPM, so 90 CPM.
I went from 90 to 130 WPM in a month by typing every day until knowing all the words in the bank. For difficult words, I trained to type them in loop in a text editor, slowly at first to acquire the right move and then faster and faster until I no longer make any mistakes. But even if it's quite easy for me to type fast, I still have much to learn about accuracy.
I have no website or tutorial to suggest you as I've never used any of them to learn typing. I type as it comes, I don't know the standard typing.

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Re: Best typist in each language

Post by qbZ » Mon Jan 07, 2013 7:23 pm

Thanks for the last updates Linsk :P
Two new records eheh :mrgreen:
Finnish - 152 WPM
Malaysian - 154 WPM
http://10fastfingers.com/user/219060/

EDIT: Oops, just realised the record was 152 WPM and not 151 WPM.. :P Got 152 WPM three times and I probably beat his record with keystrokes though..

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Re: Best typist in each language

Post by Linsk » Mon Jan 07, 2013 8:27 pm

Finnish and Malaysian updated.

I don't know how many keystrokes did Ougaa (from now I'll be careful at this point) but there's room for two so I put you both. ;)

Edit:

Czech updated.

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