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Post by g00d33 » 05 May 2010 16:12

Nice kevin!

Today:

- dimmiest bs
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Post by Stefan » 10 May 2010 13:35

Atomic rake?

Whats that called?
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Post by hrdcorethndr1 » 10 May 2010 13:47

Super sloppy symposium paradox mirage :D
I am thinking i hit something else but i was too distracted by Matt hitting Big Apple, symposium mobius, and ducking spinning ps whirl
Jay wrote somehwere that whenever you see matt's crank you have to ask for a ps whirl
Matt gladly hit it a few times and at the end decided to hit a ducking spinning ps whirl. :D

edit: just wanted to clarify that those aren't new tricks form Matt, they were just really distractinly awesome
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Post by Zac Jackson » 10 May 2010 21:52

nice stuff man, not a whole lot new for me just terraging butter
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Post by C-Fan » 14 May 2010 18:09

"Just" terraging butter. :roll:

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Post by Sporatical_Distractions » 16 May 2010 01:36

Nice Ken! I don't see you trying too many fairies, let alone a 3dex

pixie ss egg> pigbeater>rpt
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Post by Matt K » 16 May 2010 15:02

Symp flurry bs
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Post by calemccoy » 16 May 2010 19:17

nice matt.

mobius for me :D
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Post by Jorden » 19 May 2010 16:47

in regular shoes

quantum ripwalk
phasing gyro (far side) inside
leggy fairy same foot rooted clip
symp atomic gyro whirling set

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Post by zeroman13 » 20 May 2010 19:50

Nice Jorden and everyone else!

I haven't really played much lately, but goofing around today I hit:

Gyro Sole Stall

Took me a couple of tries, but balance is the main key with this trick.
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Post by Ian Brill » 21 May 2010 16:32

zeroman13 wrote:Nice Jorden and everyone else!

I haven't really played much lately, but goofing around today I hit:

Gyro Sole Stall

Took me a couple of tries, but balance is the main key with this trick.
Muted? Sounds dope either way. I challenge you to link simple swirl out of it. That's one of my favorite links (sole-simple swirl.) I rarely see anyone else try it. I stopped using it because I didn't have a reliable guiltless trick that ended in sole. You just just gave me a great idea though :)

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Post by zeroman13 » 21 May 2010 16:44

Not muted, the only way I could do it muted is if I did spinning sole stall, but gyro is hard enough. I'll try that combo, I normally just go into clipper after my sole stalls, so I'll see about symple swirl or regular swirl.
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Post by Ian Brill » 21 May 2010 16:53

zeroman13 wrote:normally just go into clipper after my sole stalls, so I'll see about symple swirl or regular swirl.


Yeah, that's why I learned to through another element in. Variety and to raise the ante. One suggestion if you go for it: My set is usually just a hop from the ball of my support foot to the toe, which pops the bag up about an inch or two. Then I just have to wait for it to fall down enough so it is perfect for "charging-up" for the fast simple swirl.

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Post by Alex Dworetzky » 27 May 2010 13:20

spinning ducking swirl
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Post by osis359 » 31 May 2010 03:21

pixie paradon
pixie double over down
double over down swirl
ripwalk swirl
ripstein
zig zag
whirling swirl
paradox flail
paradox eggbeater
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Post by Will Digges » 03 Jun 2010 06:13

Blurry Flurry
Fairy muted ss Flurry

Nemesis > Jani Walker
Nemesis > Blurry Whirl
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Post by slapdash21 » 03 Jun 2010 09:02

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Post by Laroche » 04 Jun 2010 05:29

Agreed, nemesis is definitely greater than Jani Walker or Blurry Whirl

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Post by C-Fan » 09 Jun 2010 20:13

LOL, nice Nick. Too bad the last post is on the other page, so I bet a lot of people don't get the joke.

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Post by Laroche » 10 Jun 2010 06:09

That eggbeater is on fire, Ken!

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