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jkwon23
post Apr 28 2012, 12:23 AM
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My controls

I use a keyboard connected to a laptop.

I use 1 wide, 2 wide, 3 wide, 4 wide combos, tetris, and t spin.

I don't use hold for every piece.


I use DAS and press ~ 3 kpt

DAS:
TF - 5/5
TOP - TOW level 5
Nullpomino - 6/6 with 0 delay





Dangerous T spins:

The main goal should be to survive.

These T spins setups are not for survival.

Trinity

T-Spin Snaking

Single (non-spin with T block) double

ST Stack

i do only the first setup

Godspin, and double polymer

May

Infinite TST

King Crimson

Midgame upstack TST -> TST

Black cross

Moderate T- spins:

Imperial Cross

Fractal

Mr T spin's STD - CWMIIW The J over hang has a chance to cut downstack - attack balance


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xenoslash
post Apr 28 2012, 08:06 AM
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" I sometimes adjust the t spin hole so that i can plow through the garbage right after the execution of the spin. this allows me to spike my opponent even harder"
I need to practice this more. I would aim for tspins wherever I can, without considering how my stack would look like afterwards. This usually allows my opponent to just return my garbage while I have to downstack through my messy setup.
Thanks for posting this jkwon!


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Paul676
post Apr 28 2012, 12:52 PM
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Added to the useful threads list


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vipjun
post Apr 29 2012, 08:10 AM
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" I downstack in a 4wide way where I aim for situations similar to my encounters with 4-wide execution. This, I believe, is why I do much more s/z spins than any other spins. "

I'm not sure if i completely understand what you mean by downstacking in a 4wide / 3wide way.

can you explain further ?


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post Apr 29 2012, 11:03 AM
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I assume he's alludes to the patterns that you learn to recognise when you 4/3wide. For example, if you mainly 4wide, you will know that placing an O-piece next to a vertical S/Z-piece (that was used to plug a garbage hole, for instance) will flatten out that area, while a 3-wider might intuitively go for covering the outstanding protrusion with an L/J-piece in order to flatten.

*waits for jkwon to explain himself and reveal that I totally misunderstood his point*


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post Apr 29 2012, 12:08 PM
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no, I think you're right StS - I also think that the best downstackers will be able to see both situations (the 'neither' style?) and do the thing best for that situation.


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post Apr 29 2012, 06:53 PM
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yeah, sts, you're right.. i think people who are better at one combo tend to lean toward the patterns of them

The 'neither' category is for everyone else that doesnt have the pattern sense or people who dont 3-wide/4-wide. some people may be a hybrid like a 3-wide/4-wide but theyre not in the neither group though (e.g. qmk). some may be neither in a way because they still combo through 2 wide (e.g.shizi?, candyman) or there may be people that are fantastic downstackers but their ability to downstack is mostly balanced out by the combo/t-spin ability of the other player (e.g. anon, johnny). And every style that wasnt mentioned would fall into this group.


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post May 10 2012, 06:07 AM
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wait a min.... jkwon? you MEAN JASON KWAN? :o
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post May 10 2012, 02:55 PM
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sirjeivus?
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nice guide, jeivus Wink.png
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