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practicing perfect clear openings is hard because there's not a 100% chance that a perfect clear is possible, it's only like 74% iirc, but my success rate is way lower than 74%

so i know i'm missing possible perfect clears, but whenever i fail one i don't know if that time i missed it or if it was impossible

and honestly it doesn't matter because i should be learning something better

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@monorail i still wanna write a tetris training enviroment

@monorail it would help you pick openings, the next best t-spin to get (with possibility to select piece by piece, just a shape outline or keypresses needed) etc

@monorail it would be epic, like having a reset on finesse error but then with strategy errors

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