Tech & Science He really will catch 'em all! The 70-year-old Pokemon Go fanatic who uses 11 cellphones attached to his bicycle to hunt the virtual creatures in Taiwan

00:05  09 august  2018
00:05  09 august  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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He really will catch ' em all ! The 70 - year - old Pokemon Go fanatic who uses 11 cellphones attached to his bicycle to hunt the virtual creatures in Taiwan . Chen San-yuan trundles along the streets of Taiwan , sometimes until 4am.

Chen San Yuan, a 70 - year - old man living in Taiwan , has adopted a rather elegant way of playing the mobile phenomenon, no doubt attracting just as many people passing by as interactive monsters. This crazy custom contraption holds eleven smartphones, allowing him to ride around his hometown on

An elderly Taiwanese man has rigged up 11 smartphones on his bicycle to catch hundreds of digital monsters a day playing Pokemon Go.

Chen San-yuan can play up to 20 hours in a row before his phones and nine power banks carried in his bike's basket run dry.

The 70-year-old trundles along the streets of Taiwan, sometimes until 4am, throwing the digital pokeballs at his quarry with a flick of his finger.

The Feng Shui master said he spends about £1,165 a month on his many Pokemon Go app purchases and the equipment needed to power his gear.

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He ended his little testimonial with a joke that managed to link the most famous Pokemon catchphrase with sexually transmitted diseases. Just be sure to wrap it up so you don’t, you know, actually catch ’ em all .

Though he caught ’ em all within the U.S., Johnson was still missing the three creatures that are only available on other continents. To players’ knowledge, there are currently a total of 145 Pokémon available to capture

His favourite spot is a park he visits five or six times a week and shot to fame online when a local posted a snap of him to Reddit.

Chen earned the nickname 'Uncle Pokemon' but was unaware of his cult following when Taiwanese TV station EXP.GG caught up with him.

He said playing the game helped him stave off Alzheimer's disease and connect with other players in his old age.

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A woman tries to catch ’ em all . Photograph: Piroschka van de Wouw/EPA. “And I put out a lure [a device a gamer can plant to attract unwitting Pokémon to your location] and then a bunch of 16- year - old boys just roll up on their skateboards, going : ‘ Who put that out?

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Chen became hooked on Pokemon Go in 2016 when his grandson taught him how to play the game.

He now plays it so much he only puts accounts above level 30 on his bike, hoping to mount 15 phones on it before long.

a man standing in front of a computer: Chen now plays it so much he only puts accounts above level 30 on his bike, hoping to mount 15 phones on it before long© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Chen now plays it so much he only puts accounts above level 30 on his bike, hoping to mount 15 phones on it before long

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