On that day it was two MT's. A MT-15-D/210-58 and an MT-9-D/210-58. (2 and 3 blade 83") versions.
The two blade was first, so if we were splitting hairs it may have had a 1 to 2 degree temperature favor, but in the end it didn't hold a candle to the three blade. DA was 220 +/- feet.
Again, there was no short field technique used, and either prop was capable of leaving the ground in 200' or less, under those conditions, with some technique applied.
As Russ pointed out, take off isn't everything, and IMHO even though there is only a 9# difference between the two props, the 2 blade flies nicer when slowed up. Another point worth mentioning is the 3 blade came in at less than a pound difference in weight than my C-66. The 2 blade was lighter.
Take care, Rob