Credits: Created by Carsten & Co, first publication by Ed Carsten
Jugglers needed (base version): 2 intermediate, 2 good, 1 advanced
Well, the figures below combined with some comments should do it. When it's all said and done, it's much easier to explain than to do.
Given that C and D are in every others (4-count), these should normally be the easiest positions, but they must be able to catch M's potentially hazardous passes. That's all for C and D. The others are all passing in solids (2-count). M faces A and B.
Positions A and B are a little harder. A should wait for a pass from C when throwing to B (steps 1 and 2). This makes a 90° angle. Also, they are doing solids (2-count), making a feed without a carriage return (cf. line feeds).
Finally we have M (as in Masochist). That's where it's best to have a good passer. Since M faces A and B, the passes to C and D are made blindly. Either the two passes are made over the shoulder (backdrops), or M can turn slightly and throw under his arm to C and over the shoulder to D.
If you want to add more people, see how with torture chamber for 7.