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T-Spin Situations 50000 To 55555

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This is a work in progress, and for the time being is intended only for T-spin setups. The purpose is to determine which T-spin setup most effectively manipulates a given situation. No more than 1 of every type of piece (I,J,L,O,S,T,Z) can be used in a setup in order to show a plausible setup in games that use the Random Generator. More than one setup can be added to a situation if the pieces come in different orders with the resulting T-spin being equal, or if a lesser T-spin leaves a situation where a 2nd T-spin is likely to happen. The situations are limited to 5 rows but more rows can be added when setting up pieces.

When a column has a hole below a block, the blocks and holes in that column are represented by 1s and 0s in parentheses ordered from bottom to top. A number outside of parentheses represents the solid height of the corresponding column 6-10. Columns 1-5 can be adjusted to fit the needs of a setup, but should be kept simple with the T-spin hole being created on the right side of the well. A complicated example:

4(01000)20(00101)

.........G
.....G....
GGGGGG...G
GGGGGGGG..
GGGGGG.G..

TSD

..JJJ.L..G
IIIIJGLPPP
GGGGGGLLPG
GGGGGGGG..
GGGGGG.G..

Situations are sorted first by the height of column 6, then 7, and so on. When multiple situations are identical in columns 6-10 but different in 1-5 they are labeled "A, B, C..." in no particular order.

55403

TSD

......OO..
......OO..
GGGGGGG...
GGGGGGGGJJ
GGGGGGGGJG
GGGGGGGGJG
GGGGGGGG.G

Triple line clear

..........
..........
..........
......OO..
......OO..
GGGGGGGPPP
GGGGGGGGPG

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