Okay, so I put together a twist and spin guide for you guys. By no means is this all of them. Some of these may take a while to learn, so be patient and play a lot of Marathon.
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-T-Spin Double at 6:30 is rotate Left, not Right
-I-Spin Tetris at 8:45 is Right-Right-Left, not Right-Left-Right
very well made chopin! thanks for this, i need it.
how long is the video chopin? is it youtubable?
Chopin, very nice video and very well made. Will definitely help me to learn all the twists. Maybe someday even the unusual ones.
3:45 - left-left, right-right, right-left will work. right-left will only work if the left wall is 3 blocks high or more.
Nice video Chopin. I finally know why some of my Z-Spins never work. Very nice guide
Bravo, Chopin. Bravo.
I did the last t-spin double in Live by accident and never understood it. Thanks to you I don't have to explain it in words again.
Hopefully now people will finally learn twists
Nice guide chopin I like it. Nice fancyness at the end and there are a couple of different spins in your video that I should start incorporating into my game. Aren't there some s/z spins (probably others) that require you to double rotate (like I think if you have a smaller wall to kick)? Or maybe it's just me rotating the wrong way in the first place.
Nice one, really well made. Someone should make a video guide on what to look for and what blocks to use to set these things up!
oh, i didn't realize you put it on youtube chopin. i just watched for the first time. you did a great job with it
we should have an official harddrop youtube channel, with amazing tetris tutorials that members could submit to be used.
why didn't you tell me I-spins were so weird! oh wait, you did. good show.
I think that the I-spin Tetris at 8:45 is Right-Right-Left, not Right-Left-Right lol. I should have proofread the thing. Feel free to let me know if I made any other mistakes.
I cant do the one at 3:48, and I need it sometime during perfect clearing. Help please?
I enjoyed that tutorial very much. More versions of tetris should reward the various mino spins. It inspires more spectacular play. Yay tetris.
At 9:28 in the guide there is a TSD dubbed the "Trehalose." When I found this guide I searching for a fumen that demonstrated this move. I never did locate one so I have created my own. This fumen illustrates the Trehalose as a start with the first 2 bags. This is my first attempt at creating a fumen, so hopefully it works alright.
Yes, that is correct. There are actually numerous Trehalose setups out there. The Trephalose is merely a FIN TSD followed by a NEO TSD setup. There are actually ones that don't consume any T's in the build surprisingly. Larry knows of one, and I had one too but I can't seem to remember it at the moment ;D
Remember that you can also do the spin like this:
Oh! That is a wonderful point. I tickles me when players demonstrate their understanding of rotation by making the tetriminoes do a little dance before locking them. I have so much to learn. Thank-you.
I could not reproduce the I twist on 8:53 and I made a fumen of it, afterwards I turned out to be a retard, because it was already mentioned in the post. (I just looked it up on Youtube).
What I find interesting on this one is that the I is regarded as if it is in top position (0), even after two right rotations.
Here is the fumen:
I have deep respect for Chopin and there must be a lot of work gone into making this video. Chopin is a hero to me!
You did an awesome job putting this vid together! it's been really informative.
we need an o-spin double guide. i can never get it right
wow this is really nice. especially since you tell us which way to rotate the blocks.
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