Hijacking in period 3, 5 and 7

In passing, hijack­ing is where one pass­er decides to change what pat­tern they are passing and their actions trans­itions their part­ner into a com­pat­ible pat­tern. One pass­er is mak­ing an act­ive choice, the oth­er is pass­ively respond­ing. All trans­itions involve chan­ging how many clubs are being juggled loc­ally by +/- 1 club (assum­ing the pass­ive part­ner makes …

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J1(3)x: Pass Self Self Zap Self
J2(3)ll: Zap Self Pass Self Self
J1 does cross­ing zaps – so he does strainght single passes! J2 does straight zaps, so he does cross­ing single passes.

The zap and the pass need to be a full beat dif­fer­ent in their timing…so, floaty single passes might help!
The zap is magic, again.

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