Played in my first Tetris Gauntlet (CTG) of Season 3 earlier tonite, hosted by Sharky. Even tho I went 1-3 in my matches, I was very happy with my gameplay overall, especially my post-transition play, which I got way more aggressive instead of playing safe, and I was rewarded nicely with the long bars! Definitely feel I could’ve finished 2-3 on the nite, but just got some unlucky rng and bad timing here and there.
But now, let’s get into this post! I’m specifically posting this 55-second sequence here to clarify my moves as I think most people thought the placements by me might’ve been accidental, but no — every single move from after the square not getting over far left at the start of this clip all the way to the Tetris scored at the end of the clip was intentional — every single placement. Yes, including the Z-placement to create the three-high overhang.
I don’t think I got the love from Sharky I should’ve gotten on my placements, but that’s maybe because he’s not used to me playing this way. Recently, I’ve been trying to improve my efficiency, particularly with setting up overhangs rather than burning. The combo move tho I thought that was totally missed, and was my favorite, was the intentional T-overhang followed by the two consecutive J-tucks (yes, that was all done on purpose, with little time to think or plan at that height, c’mon, Sharky lol)! Yes, I didn’t fill in the gap on the left before that, but my focus was on trying to first get the initial overhang resolved.
I’m glad I could explain my moves and thought processes here! Idk, I personally thought this entire sequence of spins & tucks here were all really nicely solved overall. What say you, Insta? Do you like the plays? 🤓🤷🏻♂️❓
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