After all these years, a new level in Tetris on the NES has been reached. For a very long time, many thought Level 29 to be the highest level a player could get to. You simply couldn't move pieces fast enough after that in order to keep the game going. That is, until 'hypertapping' technique was discovered.
Normally you'd simply hold the directional pad button to movie a Tetrimino, which equals 10 taps per second. Hypertapping allows you to get more than 10 taps per second, thus allowing you to potentially reach a higher level. That's how the level 33 in the video above has been reached!