I´m getting closer to my goal of having juggled all 27 scrambled variations in time for next year´s EJC (POLAND, POLAND!). Actually, I juggled more than half of them, already, and I´m very motivated for the others - so if you want to learn a new scrambled, just chat to me...

Now, people are distracting me with their wish to combine scrambleds in previously unknown ways...challenge accepted! Here we combined #1.2 cAsBiA with #3.1, which we named "Anna-Maria" in honor of Annchen´s and Berengar´s daughter. I thought it should work easily, as combinations of column 1 and column 3 patterns have been done before (V on toast, 3 on toast, Postmen in a WUST) and yeah it worked. Still, the "double intercept" where you intercept A and are yourself intercepted on the next beat is quite funny. Philip described it as the feeling of "running around super uselessly". At least, you have no idea that you are formally feeding at this place and time.

The full sequence of the combination is: A A M3cB M3sB M3iA A M1cA M1sB M1iA B B B C C C with M3 the manipulator from pattern #3.1 and M1 the manipulator from pattern 1.2. For the start, we do a beat zero pass (A to C).

Embrace nerdiness!!!

Many thanks to Hoschy, who is not only motivated to juggle any scrambled I throw at him, but who also compiled this super nice video for us!

Juli