the Passing DataBase

In this pattern, there is one static feeder, and 3 moving feedees who are moving as if they were balls in a 3 ball cascade (a figure 8).

speed_wave1  speed_wave2  speed_wave3
speed_wave4  speed_wave5  speed_wave6

Some details:
The feedees are always moving. They can make a very short pause each time they're throwing (and receiving) a club, i.e. each time they're in the center or on the outside (where B & D are in diagram 1).
One always moves backward when on the outside after passing. When in the center, you move forward and to the side (and you'd better hurry because somebody is waiting to pass behind you).
The feeder passes Right-Center-Left-Center-Right-Center-Left... He should try to anticipate his fellow jugglers' movements (i.e. short on the center, and long on the outside).
With the classical version, the feedees are juggling a 6-count, which give them plenty of time to move (and to pick up should they need it).

Easy version with less passes:
In this slim version, the feeder only passes to the center. The feedees keep moving as in the classical version, but they only pass when in the center position. Erase the passes in diagrams 1, 3 and 5 and replace them with selfs.

Try also the dresser drawer weave (which might be easier).

In the usual version, the feeder is doing a 2-count and the feedees are doing a 6-count.
In the easy version with passes only to and from the middle (see speed-weave), feeder in 4-count and feedees in 12-count.
In a hectic version, feeder in 1-count and feedees in 3-count.



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