# Hurried selfs in passing

Author: JiBe
There is 2 ways to create some hurries in passing patterns:
• sending a pass to the wrong hand
• sending a self to the wrong end

I deal with passes here. This page deals with the selfs and we will assume that we're using a rhythm which is not a 1-count.

Let's take any passing rhythm and see what we can do with the selfs:

• SSS with the 4-count (PSSS)
• S with the  2-count (PS), or PPS ...
• SS with the 3-count (PSS),  and also chocolate bar (PPSS)
• ..
Let's call N the number of selfs. When the sequence of selfs starts, we're meant to throw a pass N beats later. We can then use these N beats as we want, as long as the pass arrives in the right hand at the right time.

## Throws of value 3:

• 3: normal self (crossing single)
• 3x: straight single (RH to RH, or LH to LH).

### Examples with a 3-count:

• (3x, -) (3*,  -) (- , 3px)
• (3x, -) (3x*, -) (3p*, -)
• (3x, -) (1*, 3x) (- , 3px*)
• (3x, -) (1*, 3) (3p*, -)

### Examples with a 4-count:

• (3x, -) (3*, -) (-, 3) (3px, -) : L L R L (crossing pass)
• (3x, -) (3*, -) (-, 3x) (-, 3p*) : L L R R (normal pass)
• (3x, -) (3x*, -) (3*, -) (- , 3p) : L L L D (normal pass)
• (3x, -) (3x*, -) (3x*, -) (3px*, -) : L L L L (crossing pass)
• (3, -) (- , 3x) (-, 3*) (3px, -) : L R R L (crossing pass)
• (3, -) (- , 3x) (-, 3x*) (-, 3p*) : L R R R (normal pass)
• (3x, -) (1*, 3x) (3x* , 1*) (1*, 3p*): the box
• (1, 3*) (1*, 3*) (1*, 3*) (1*, 3p*): shower

## Throws of value 4:

• 4: normal straight double
• 4x: crossing double. Now you can do backcrosses in doubles.

### Examples with a 4-count:

• (-, 4x) (2, -) (3*, -) (-, 3px) : Crossing double, self, crossing pass
• (-, 4x) (4x, -) (-, 4p) : Crossing double, crossing double, double pass (with backcrosses!)
• (-, 4x) (4x, -) (-, 4x) (- , 3p) : Crossing double, crossing double, crossing double, pass