Counterclockwise L Kicks in SRS

🙃 Click here to see clockwise J kicks

Rotation States


In the above, the L minos are facing North, West, South, and East, respectively, from left to right.

Most of the L-kicks that you will utilize in-game are straightforward. Commonly used L-kicks are marked with a 🌟.

North to West


You can try North to West kicks here and here on Jstris.

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Probably most often used when you misdrop your L and you need to use another L to create the TSD overhang.



Kick 2

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This is the kick used to reverse the kick shown on the second picture below.


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West to South


You can try West to South kicks here and here on Jstris.

Kick 1

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Kick 2 🌟

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The both ways of doing this kick is pretty common to use while downstacking.



Compare with opting for this kick instead:

The second way of doing this kick is useful for building TSD overhangs out of sequence.



Very useful for fixing this particular misdrop as well:


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South to East


You can try South to East kicks here and here on Jstris.

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East to North


You can try East to North kicks here and here on Jstris.

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Kick 2 🌟

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This is a pretty useful kick for cleanup when you do a TST with an overhang like below.



Kick 3

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Clockwise Kick Table





To see demonstrations of clockwise L kicks, visit the page linked below for counterclockwise J kicks and click the "Click here to see clockwise L kicks" button at the top of the page.

See Also / References

  • Harddrop Wiki on SRS

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