I think I see a tendency for multiloops with a mixture of adjacent and non-adjacent stems. While the closing basepairs for the adjacent stem can follow usual orientation or have red facing each other and green too, the closing basepair for the non-adjacent stem seem to be following usual orientation.
Also if they occur as closing basepair in a neck. A place where the closing basepair have a tendency to be allowed to be flipped both ways. The lab An arm and a leg, is an example of a lab where the neck is also the non adjacent stem in a multiloop with adjacent stems.
Since I think non adjacent stems in this type multiloop behave a certain way compared to the non adjacent, I thought I wanted to make a strategy.
Give + 1 if closing basepair follows the orientation shown above, for the non adjacent stem in the multiloop.