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(8,6x)(6x,8)
86x 200
7 ball inverse popcorn

Capacity

7

Period

4

Full period

24

Orbits

3

Composition

Prime

States

(1,1)(1,1)(1,1)(0,1) (8,6x)
(1,1)(1,1)(1,1)(1,0) (6x,8)

Ladder diagram

86x

Stack notation

(7,6x)*

Dual

(8x,6)*

 (8,6x)*, short for (8,6x)(6x,8), is a symmetrical synchronous 7 object siteswap where four objects are juggled in a fountain while the other three are done in a cascade. Each time you throw, one hand does a high non-crossing throw (an 8), and the other hand does a crossing throw at half that height (a 6x). This the 7 object version of (6,4x)*.

Cascade / (8,6x)* transition animation
(8x,6)* / (8,6x)* transition animation
(8,6x)* 5 up 360 animation
(8,6x)* 7 up 360 animation
Video: 7 ball (8x,6)* 5 up 360 to (8,6x)* by David Ferman

Siteswap exercisesEdit

You can use these exercises to practice the same kinds of throws that are done in this pattern, before you learn the full pattern.

Some of the siteswaps listed below are shortened to leave out parts where you’re not doing anything. Click on them to see animations of the exercises.

You should practice doing these starting with your right hand and with your left hand, so that you will be ready to learn the full symmetrical pattern.

Prerequisites: 7 ball cascade, (8,6x)(4x,6)*

Exercises to prepare for (8,6x)*:

VariationsEdit

8,6x practise00:29

8,6x practise

7 ball (8,6x)* for 100 catches by Albrecht Brunner

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