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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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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RUM BEE

This pattern is the scrambled variation known as “B”. In Britain, it´s also known as the “Honey Bee” and the counting goes “Sun, rain, flowers” instead of “1,2,3”. During the carry you´d call “honey” and the bee follows the carry, buzzing. Well, the little bee got tired of all that “sun, rain and flowers” stuff …

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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 …

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