Gare du Zap is the 6-handed siteswap a8999 (global), where you locally throw “pass self zap self self”. The pass (3.3 P) should be in the air a little bit longer than a self, the zap is just a little bit faster that a self (2.7 P).
On the passing Con in Göttingen, Lisa showed us a nice pattern from Austria (from Wolfgang Schebeczek). The pattern comes with the nice twist of throwing two clubs simultaneously, while the rest of the pattern stays asynchronous. The walking pattern follows the standard counterclockwise change.
A new takeout pattern based on a period 9 base pattern with 7 clubs. I designed the base pattern specifically for Shorty so we could have an ambidextrous manipulator pattern that is hard to juggle but easy to remember.
Sorry Barbara. I simply forgot to post it on passing.zone. So for all others. This is already a little bit older recorded in spring 2021.
Like other about-patterns, Why Not About has 12 starting positions: 3 persons x 2 positions (straight and cross passes) x 2 sides on which the manipulator can start (left or right of B). With a period of 15 beats between the manipulator changes, a full round takes 180 beats (and 42 seconds) before all jugglers have again reached their starting position.
966-about-on-socks is a 4-person passing pattern with 9 clubs, where every juggler should be able to pass 7 clubs in 3-count with double passes.
Ever been in a fix when 3 people wanted to pass “WhyNot”?