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> Help with 6x4 squares, I am trying to see all the different 6x4 squares buildable for PC'
MrTSpin
post A week ago
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In my research for more knowledge on Perfect Clears, I can't seem to figure out some of the best ways to build, 6x4 blocks with the typical 7-piece bag system. I have found myself a few times in the position of missing a 6x4 gap in my matrix on King of Stackers. Also, is this a problem I should be encountering?
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caffeine
post A week ago
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Here are a few quick ideas as a jumping off point:

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We can also join two 3x4s:

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Kitaru
post A week ago
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To put into words one of the properties demonstrated in caffeine's diagrams, I think you're going to run into parity issues unless you have at least one duplicate piece.


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caffeine
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Yeah I guess one of the take aways is that if you try for the non-standard PC opener where you put down a horizontal L/J with a vertical S/Z up against the wall, then you're betting on getting an S, Z, or T as one of the first 3 pieces of the next bag.
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