Credits: Bruno Saxern & Martin Frost
Jugglers needed (base version): 3 good
Bruno's Nightmare is in fact a rotating feed in which one juggler moves through the middle of the passing pattern. In this pattern, one must imagine that each juggler represents one ball in a giant 3-ball cascade.
The above diagrams show B's movement, passing through the pattern to the other
side. The feeder's position then changes from C to A. It's the feeder
(C in this case) who counts (if there is a need to count) the 6 passes it takes
to change positions. As soon as C makes the sixth pass, it's his turn
to begin moving to the other side, passing in 4-count (every other). A
is left as feeder, (switching to 2-count) and counts his first pass at the same
time as C's sixth.
During B's movement, A should also move slightly (see figures 2, 3, and 4), otherwise B might get knocked in the head.
4-count (every other) and 2-count (solids) as in a normal feed.