T Kicks in SRS
In the above, the T minos are facing North, West, South, and East, respectively, from left to right.
T-kicks are special. Line clears made with T-kicks are counted as "T-Spins" if certain conditions are met. T is also the only mino that has kicks that are not possible under any circumstances.
The third kick is not possible because the regular rotation will always work when you set up this shape.
You can try North to West kicks here on Jstris.
This is a kick that is used for T-Spin Single Mini.
T-Spin Triples use this kick.
You can try West to South kicks here on Jstris.
This is a useful kick that allows you to do a TSD slightly faster. A reverse kick is not possible for this kick.
This is a kick that is used as a reverse-kick from a Neo-TSD.
This is a kick that is used as a reverse-kick from a Fin-TSD.
The second kick never works for a similar reason why the third kick never works on North to West; the regular rotation kicks in. This is why you cannot reverse this kick:
You can try South to East kicks here on Jstris.
You can also have some fun with this TST and this kick.
This kick is used for Fin-TSD.
You can try East to North kicks here on Jstris.
Not uncommon to use this kick while downstacking.
T-Spin Single Mini uses this kick.
This kick is used as a reverse kick for T-Spin Triple.
To see demonstrations of clockwise T kicks, click the "Click here to see clockwise T kicks" button at the top of the page.
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