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DPC (3巡パフェ後テンプレ)

These are TSDPC setups that you can use after performing an 8-height PC with your first 3 bags.

Intro

An 8-height perfect clear requires 20 minos. This translates to 2 bags and 6 minos, and it means that you will have 1 leftover mino after performing it.

With this 1 leftover mino, it is possible to build a TSD → PC setup with an extremely high chance of success. After doing the TSD → PC, you will be left with an empty field and a fresh bag, which means that you can repeat what you just did—an 8-height perfect clear → TSD → PC.

This page lists TSD → PC setups that you can use after doing any 8-height perfect clear starting from your opening bag. This includes doing 2 consecutive 4-height perfect clears, and openers such as Hachispin, Single Double PC, Triple Triple PC, and more.

About half of these setups were found by Yuu (ゆう). The rest of them were found by cosin307 and JimothyJimothy.

Extra O

JO (100%)




Redundant solutions with potential extra T-Spins:


OJ (100%)




Redundant potential Tetris solution:


Other (100%)

Optional to learn but it's a good one if you can build it. These have the same solution as these.




Extra I

You can practice these here, here, and here.

OL (100%)




ILO (100%)

You just need the first solution for all sequences, but the second solution will sometimes allow you to do another TSD.




LI (100%)

For this setup, you will need L before I and J. However, since you can mirror this setup, you really just need L or J before I.




Redundant PC solution with T-Spin:


Extra S or Z

OS (100%)

This makes the same shape as OJ.




Redundant potential Tetris solution:


SO (100%)




Redundant PC solution with T-Spin:


Extra L or J

OJ and ZS (100%)




OJ and SZ (98.33%)




JO (92.98%)




This pattern is easy to learn, but 93% is a chance that is low enough to terminate your DPC loop often. You can learn 3 patterns here to replace this 1 pattern for a higher chance, but it's a lot more memorization.

Extra T (96.63%)




You can also use this as an opener, and it works for all first bags. Perfect clear opportunities are fairly easy to find, and they are theoretically possible every time after the TSD. Look here for more information.

Here are alternate Extra T patterns that you could use. They are harder, but they have a higher PC chance. The dependencies are OL, LOS, and SLO, respectively. The last pattern also has a 100% chance as long as you forgo the TSD.

See Also / References

The credit for the organized setups shown on this page goes to Yuu (ゆう). He found about half of the patterns shown here. OL and LI for Extra I, and OS for Extra S were found by cosin307. ILO for Extra I and the Extra O pattern that makes the same shape was found by JimothyJimothy.

Thanks to JimothyJimothy for O3 and the tip on I3

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