Crossed 3V

Yes, it is possible to combine crossed scrambleds. And it’s much more fun because you do all the parts of the pattern whilst the four-person patterns are a bit one-sided. Here you can see the combination of crossed V and crossed 3.

If you want to make it easier, you can go in the other direction instead of running around the feeder.

As in all the crossed scrambleds there is this one extra self to make the pattern ambidextrous.

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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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cAsBiA on Anna-Maria

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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 – and as all clubs in the scrambleds are magic, at least here the carry can easily be a bottle and it is always neat if a juggler runs after a bottle, right? So, the little bee is now a cheerful alcoholic drinking to the health of its friends…

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