October 20, 2018 Marcel Keitsch wrote the first 10,000 digits of Pi with no errors.

The performance took place in Fredericia, Denmark.

The entire performance was recorded and the videos are available below.

For every 500 digits he entered, he compiled the program to verify the digits.

This means that he maded 20 compiles, since 20 times 500 equals 10,000.

Note that Marcel starts his adventure after the decimal place, ie after the leading 3.

This is the most common thing to do in the world of memory sports.
He then divides Pi into blocks. Each of his blocks has a length of 10 digits. This means that he lives in the same Universe as Pi Matrix Performers, since 10 can be divided by 5.
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