Ambled 3

Scrambled 3 with an extra club. Note that when C would do L:4x, R:2, R:4p in other ambled patterns to switch sides, here the necessity to do two right hands in a row is solved differently L:3, R:5px, R:2. The pass is substituted, but it is a 5px which is why the manipulator has it for so long that they have to do a self and intercept before they deliver the 5px.

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Zippy

Zippy is the new craze of 2017! Invented by Dr. Ed and taught at Passout in Cambourne, it went like fire all over German Conventions. Is it hard? Well…if you are used to ambidextrous manipulations as well as 9 club PPS runaround – no. It´s a good idea to try the PPS runaround, first, and …

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Dolby 5.1 mit Einzel- und Doppelgänger

Dolby 5.1 is a new one of Ed´s. As his shoulder damage prevents him from doing lots of right-handed singel passes, he invented a beginner´s pattern on 5-count: Dolby 5.1! Counting to 5 needs getting used to, but otherwise it´s great: ambidextrous and still not at all hard. Download Dolby 5.1 notation Download Dolby 5.1 …

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Zippy_1

As Zippy is such a big hit (and we love to juggle it), we thought to imitate Aidan and find additional patterns of a zippy series. Aidan found 27 Scrambled V variations by permutating the possible actions in a 9 club 2-count runaround. As the resulting Scrambled V variations have only 3 beats, 3 positions …

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Scrambled V 1.7 “Chopped Up V”

This one comes by way of Hoschy from RheinErftJuggling and shows an quite easy, first column scrambled V (1 2 3 cB sA iC). Easy it is because relabeling and manipulator change happen at the same time (beat 3), so it´s easy on the brain. You can see other strategies to make it easier on …

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