Hi, I'm a somewhat high-ranking player (approximately 2700th) in Puyo Puyo Tetris, and with early O T-spin openings, I've been either using Albatross or Hachispin, which both seem like effective openers. However, I'm not sure when either of these setups is better than the other. Other than the need for an early O piece, what are the pros and cons of either setup, and in what situations are they best used in?
Guaranteed TSS with early O. No softdrops other than T necessary.
Guaranteed TST with two variations. Softdrop may be required on S/Z.
Theoretically 69% PC - S/Z/T softdrops may be required, or high chance TSD/TST. Not sure what the realistic PC percentage is - I never use this opener.
TSS + TST + TSD = 2 + 7 + 5 = 14 lines sent in three bags. ~20 lines in three bags if you get the PC.
Guaranteed TSD with early O. Softdrops other than T may be required.
High chance TST, or theoretically 100%* chance PC, non-theoretically ~70% PC chance.
After TST a guaranteed TSD. However a softdrop other than T is required.
A very small PC chance.
TSD + TST + TSD = 4 + 7 + 5 = 16 lines sent in 3 bags. ~15 lines in two bags if you get the PC.
* Not actually 100% . 6 out of 211680 possibilities don't work. Rounds up to 100.00% PC though.
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