I know there's a larger stickied thread related to the more tetris-related introductions but I had a few questions that I figured warranted making a new thread. Hello! I'm a 21 year old software developer suddenly faced with the prospect of having to find my way in the world and actually having to develop hobbies and stuff like that. I've always been naturally good at tetris, not like amazing or anything but I was able to clear master in TGM3 with a final rank of 3 using the "world" settings on my first try. I'm sure most of you will scoff at that but it feels pretty good to have something I'm good at without having put much practice to it. I figured that even though I'm late to the game in terms of dedicating lots of time to it I could steadily improve and probably get pretty good just by playing an hour or two every day. I'm going to be living in San Francisco after I graduate this semester and I was wondering if there are any like-minded tetris/video game scenes in the bay area. I've suddenly been faced with the fact that I'll probably have to make friends all over again, something I haven't done in four years, and as an introvert that's kind of hard. So I figured this might be a good place to start. I dunno, I thought I had a plan before I began writing this but it turns out I didn't. Anyway, anyone know any good tutorials for learning zangi-moves? I'm getting okay at them but I'm so used to having infinite rotations after drop as a crutch.