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3 ball right-left left-right

Capacity

3

Period

3

Full period

6

Orbits

3

Composition

42
3

States

(Ground state)
111 (4)
1101 (2)
111 (3)

Ladder diagram

423

Stack notation

323

Dual

Self-dual

423 is the easiest symmetrical 3 object siteswap besides the basic pattern. The throwing rhythm is right-pause-right-left-pause-left... with a 1-beat pause between throws with the same hand.

Two balls are thrown with non-crossing throws like the throws in a 4 ball fountain (4s), one staying on each side of the pattern, and the other ball is thrown across from hand to hand (3s), about half the height of the non-crossing throws. The 2 is a pause between a 4 and a 3 with the same hand, where the other hand is just holding a ball and not throwing.

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The non-crossing throws can be thrown on the inside of the pattern, going under the crossing throws, or they can stay on the outside of the pattern all the time, making a columns pattern.

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(4,2)(4x,2)* is a slightly different way of doing this pattern, where all the throws are the same height and the rhythm is even: right-right-left-left-right-right-left-left...

Siteswap exercisesEdit

You can use these exercises to practice the same kinds of throws and sequences 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: 3 ball cascade

Exercises to prepare for 423:

423 exploring the space(04:23)
3 club 423 variations
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VariationsEdit

Tutorial Five cool 423 variations!(08:44)
423 variations tutorial
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