Rubenstein's Revenge

A pattern involving juggling three or more props whilst crossing and uncrossing ones arms.

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  • Rubenstein's Revenge — is a 3 ball toss juggling pattern named by George Gillson after its inventor, Rick Rubenstein.Gillson, George. Beyond the Cascade: Step by Step Guides to 88 Classic 3 Ball Juggling Tricks. p 68, The Ugly Juggling Co: UK 1993. ISBN 0951699814 ]… …   Wikipedia

  • Multiplex (juggling) — 3 ball Cascade with triplex Multiplexing is a form of toss juggling where more than one ball is in the hand at the time of the throw. The opposite, a squeeze catch, is when more than one ball is caught in the hand simultaneously on the same beat …   Wikipedia

  • Chops (juggling) — This article is about the juggling trick. For other uses, see Chop (disambiguation). Chops is a 3 ball (or club) juggling pattern based on the cascade but involving a semicircular carry performed with either one or both hands (Single Chops/Double …   Wikipedia

  • Mills Mess — An illustration of the 3 ball Mills Mess. In juggling, the Mills Mess is a popular toss juggling pattern, typically performed with three balls although the number and objects can be different. It is considered somewhat of a milestone in juggling …   Wikipedia

  • Columns (juggling) — A standard 3 ball columns Columns,also known as One up Two up, is a juggling trick where the balls are thrown upwards without any sideways motion. The simplest version involves having three balls, with two going up simultaneously on either side,… …   Wikipedia

  • Toss juggling — This article focuses on one aspect of juggling. For a more general discussion of juggling, please see the main article: Juggling. . In toss juggling, objects mdash; such as balls, bean bags, fruit, clubs, etc. mdash; are thrown or tossed into the …   Wikipedia

  • Forms of juggling — This is an outline of the most popular forms of juggling as practiced by amateur, non performing, hobby jugglers. This list is based on the current trends in the Western world (Europe and North America) for ball, club and ring juggling, and is… …   Wikipedia

  • Burke's Barrage — is a toss juggling pattern named after its inventor Ken Burke. It is quite popular among jugglers due to the impressive arm moves, but it s not so hard to master, compared to the Rubenstein s Revenge for example.The pattern is based on the… …   Wikipedia

  • Claw (juggling) — This article is about the juggling trick. For other uses, see Claw (disambiguation). In toss juggling, a claw (also called a snatch) is a trick in which the hand throwing or catching a ball is turned upside down so that the palm of the hand faces …   Wikipedia

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