Author Topic: Nice Start. [by Eric Longequel]  (Read 7299 times)

RandomSeaBadger

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Re: Nice Start. [by Eric Longequel]
« Reply #20 on: January 23, 2010, 01:28:19 PM »
That's it!

I'm done! *Throws diabolos down in disgust*
To save everyone hassle, my real name's Euan! :D

Arjan

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Re: Nice Start. [by Eric Longequel]
« Reply #21 on: January 23, 2010, 03:53:49 PM »
No insult to Arjan, but this is definitely harder.

Im happy to maybe have raised the bar and I'll keep doing this. And yes I actually think this is harder, harder for me since I have never practiced this 3 diabolo multiplex and I have practiced my kickup a lot  ;) It is all relevant, have you practiced either of the 2? If not there is no way you can judge how hard this is. To be honest, yes I did try a few time the 3 diabolo multiplex from the hand but there is no freaking way you can just accidentally land that. Same for the kickup. No please people, stop making these stupid equations because it simply does not make any sense. You know what would be harder then a kickup into 4? A kickup into 5! Bring it on I'd almost say.

NiekG

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Re: Nice Start. [by Eric Longequel]
« Reply #22 on: January 24, 2010, 02:46:49 PM »
It won't be long before people start shooting eachother, huh?  :-D
Meh,

puUL

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Re: Nice Start. [by Eric Longequel]
« Reply #23 on: January 25, 2010, 03:34:41 PM »
People just have to remember that it doesn't really matter what the hardest trick is. Harder tricks are not always better tricks.

Comparing toughness doesn't make any sense.

On the trick: Like some said before, I also tried to start holding the 3 diabolos in a triangle, just for laughs. Never thought that it would actually work, but here it is. Brilliant trick.

 

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