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24-05-2012

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Rhythm - part 1

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Phantom patterns in rhythm 4,3 & 2 ball patterns based on Pich's theory on 4 balls spin-spin and anti-spin + more techniques about changing independently the direction of the spins of the balls or hands. Example - Pattern from 0:20-2:06 is: Both hands counter clock wise spin all the time. [half spin/full spin-spin] x2 [half spin/full anti-spin] x2

04:05

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31-07-2011

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rhythm - Part2

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Phantom patterns in rhythm Some pattern analysis: LH=left hand / RH=right hand CW=clockwise/ CCW=counter clockwise S=spin / SS=spin-spin / AS=anti-spin 0:32-1:44: (RH & LH, CCW for the whole pattern) half S - RH full SS & LH full AS - half S - RH full AS & LH full SS 1:45-2:38: (RH & LH CCW) three quarters of SS (x4) (RH & LH CW) three quarters of SS (x4) 2:39-3:37: (RH & LH, CCW for the whole pattern) Half S - pass - full SS (x4 to complete a full pattern with 3 balls) 5:31-5:44: Balls Asymmetric. (RH & LH CCW) 1 quarter of S - 1 quarter of SS (x4) (RH & LH CW) 1 quarter of S - 1 quarter of SS (x4)

05:51

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01-08-2011

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rhythm - part3 (Pomet Phantom Patterns)

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The final part of the "Rhythm" trilogy, palm spinning as graphic manipulation. I wanted to show also some new ideas that i work on, so some patterns are clean some are not. New techniques used in here: - quarter spins - individual changes of the starting point (point of control) - 1/8 spins (the diagonal spin-spin & anti-spin, the "cross" & the "X") - perpendicular spin-spin and anti-spin - advanced phantom patterns using the techniques above In this video there are 2 Phantom Patterns analyzed in four different ways each (4 balls, 3 balls, 2 balls same colour and 2 balls different colour): Pattern, a) 0:19-1:29 Pattern, b) 2:29-3:32

07:04

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24-05-2012

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