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You don’t need to be a combo pro or work on some T-spin cheats to do this trick. What
I’m going to teach is a simple guide on how to slam a T-spin to knock your opponent down. Let us first divide the game interface in to three sections: Left side, Center and the Right side.
Right side (R)
- There are only three types of pieces that will be placed on the right hand side: the red S piece, the light blue I piece, and the all-powerful purple T piece.
Left side (L)
- This will be your dumping section. Place pieces
here that you cannot place in the center or right.
- Comprises the three leftover columns not included in right and left, and it is used to set up the left side of the T-Spin slots.
It is important to remember that in order to complete the T-spin technique, you should start the base accurately. To start, you must leave 3 columns at the right side of the game interface. Why? because this is where you will place the Red S piece.
Building the base can be one of the most frustrating things for a newbie T-Spinner to deal with, but still, practice will improve performance!
- These are some types of combinations on how to set up the opening.
Step 2: Center Stacking
Now you should practice these basic combinations for Center Stacking.
Why? This is the common combinations that are used while you are building your opening.
- The first one is the most common combination for T-Spinners.
- Learn the pattern and observe how the gaps are used.
- Try to practice with the combinations and try not to cling on one combination only. This will
make you more flexible to any situation.
Step 3: Left Side Stacking
The Left Side is your dumping area. You can place anything in the dump area. Left side
- Let see some screen shots of Left Side Stacking.
- To set the key piece to its place, first you must have a Red
- Move it to the right side of the game interface, rotate it to 90ᵒ
- Here I performed a series of T-spin slots. Notice that the Red S