Ivy on V – "Ice Cream Factory"

This is a com­bin­a­tion of the two Scrambled vari­ations "Ivy" and "V". In this com­bin­a­tion, the two manip­u­lat­ors inter­act and hand a club to each oth­er. As a res­ult, the V manip­u­lat­or can now do their sub­sti­tu­tion on B with a turn (a.k.a. "Ger­man turn", a.k.a. "ice cream"). Right after, the Ivy manip­u­lat­or does their sub­sti­tu­tion on C with anoth­er "ice cream" …

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cAsBiA on Anna-Maria

I´m get­ting closer to my goal of hav­ing juggled all 27 scrambled vari­ations in time for next year´s EJC. Actu­ally, I juggled more than half of them, already, and I´m very motiv­ated for the oth­ers – so if you want to learn a new scrambled, just chat to me…
Now, people are dis­tract­ing me with their wish to com­bine scrambleds in pre­vi­ously unknown ways…challenge accep­ted! Here we com­bined #1.2 cAs­BiA with #3.1, which we named "Anna-Maria" in hon­or of Annchen´s and Berengar´s daugh­ter.

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3 on Toast

Who thinks that scrambleds are already super com­plic­ated? Don´t look at this. Ser­i­ously! This one is a 5 jug­gler scrambled – a com­bin­a­tion from "Toast" and "3" (which you can see sep­ar­ately fur­ther down). The second manip­u­lat­or brings only one more club – but a much longer peri­od and less space in the middle to run for your …

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