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david -

At our club meeting this past week two of us did a new passing pattern based on the old idea of a “three-three-ten”. The new version is three three-counts, three pass-pass-selfs, and ten one-counts.

pss pss pss pps pps pps pppppppppp

It”s fun, please try it. We found it helped to count out loud.

5balls -

I remember Maria wrote some log post quite some time ago about passing a countdown triangle. That is the countdown pattern passed in a triangle but with the twist that everyone starts the countdown pattern at a different time and it still works out fine. Anyone knows this pattern or where to find it? My google skills were not sufficient (not even sure if google indices the practice logs) and I think I also didn't find it in the Highgate collection. Help very much appreciated, thanks a lot!

david - - Vorredner

Well Maria did post in a thread by Brook Roberts about a complicated triangle that Brook said could be done as a countdown.

5balls - - Vorredner

Hmm, but if I understand Brook Roberts right this is a rotating feed pattern? So while it starts with a triangle pass and that is where you can rotate it is otherwise still a feed? And I think the suggestion was to replace some of the regular passes in some patterns (or 3's in general?) with doubles and do this also with a "regular" countdown pattern? I guess it is debatable where it changes between a triangle and a feed, but If I remember it correctly the pattern I'm looking for was a strict triangle in that all passers always passed at the same time (or was it sometimes only two?) but who passed to whom changed in a nontrivial manner and I think two passers started counting down and one up or vice versa. Still all passers would on their own pass in a countdown pattern.

Mïark - - Vorredner


There are a few in the Highgate Collection, I think my favourite is Quasar on page 142 (in the Juggling Edge version)

There are a few more 3 person countdown patterns preceding it


Mïark - - Vorredner

Hmm, forum playing up..

I'll try and post that link again:

5balls - - Vorredner

Ah, I think that is exactly what I was looking for, thanks a lot!

Maria - - Vorredner

Yes, that is the pattern I have juggled, so it's possible that I have mentioned it here as well. If not in the forum, it should at least be somewhere in my practice log.

Anyway, happy to see that Miark could help you find it. :)

Joe Shields -

Thursday Sessions every week from 7pm - 10pm in the Lemon Grove.

The Void - - Vorredner

Welcome to The Edge, Joe. Hope the club goes well.
That's Exeter, UK, for anyone wondering.

Orinoco -

You'd think he'd be happier about pulling this off...

In other news, I tentatively think we can now embed Mastodon toots just by posting the URL.


Orinoco - - Vorredner

...& why do I think a toot is more ridiculous than a tweet?

The Void - - Vorredner

Dunno, but I quite agree. I call them posts. And happy? I’m just tired. Meanwhile, in the spirit of feature testing, here’s a link to a too^H^H^H post with an image in it.

Tufty - - Vorredner

He always was a grumpy old bugger :)

Jeke Pelgrims -

Hi all! New to juggling edge as a member, but have been using it for years as a reference! I’m club/ball/rings juggler from belgium.

7b_wizard - - Vorredner

Hi! Salut! Daag! Rappel.

Craig Swanwick -

Hi my name is Craig aka the crusty juggler, I run the flowtek collective who have weekly clubs, and run open case and skill sensitive workshops at events and festivals, we also are workin on a fire and led show for next year's season. We are here to spread the word get involved with some of you and hopefully find some great fire meets and new members.

The Void - - Vorredner

Hi Craig, welcome to The Edge!

flipmainz -

Hi there,

we are new here :-)

We are "flip Mainz" a non-profit association or club for circus, movement and performing arts in Mainz, Germany. Our goal is to offer circus enthusiasts a platform for exchange, joint training and the implementation of joint projects. You can find more about us here: and here:

Some us are the instructors for the juggling course at Mainz University, but we also have meeting directly organized by flip.

your flips

momo - - Vorredner

Nice to have you here. Hooray!

I like that you people from Mainz are so active, going to conventions, organizing a circus scene in your area and giving people possibilities to train and show their art.

Have a great time at the Herxheim convention.

momo -

Hamburg Juggling Convention 2023: Registration is open

Hi folks,

from 19. October until 22. October the #Hamburg Juggling Convention will take place again. This time for the first time it will be a 4 day event.

We have a super nice gym and 2 extra gyms for special actions like an Open Stage. You can chill at the fire space and play on the volley club field. There will be a bar, a party space and a spa area with a sauna and a whirlpool. We provide breakfast and dinner in vegan and vegetarian options and want to celebrate with you a great convention like we did in the past editions.

We are still looking for acts for the open stage. So if you want to perform and share your art please contact

Prices are 45 euro for 4 days, younger participants pay 25 Euro. People who have more money at their disposal can pay more to support those who cannot afford the event.

Please come and register to Hamburg Juggling Convention 2023:


The registration closes on October 5th.

We want to have a great and fun event with you. Because you the participants is what makes a convention memorable and great!

momo - - Vorredner

This is the link to register:


Sorry for the inconvenience.

Mïark - - Vorredner

Looks really exciting, here is a better hashtag: #HamburgerJonglierconvention2023

momo - - Vorredner

Would be great to have you participating again.

RegularJugular -

I tried juggling while typing this

The first line took ~20 attempts, so from this line & on it's typed without juggling...

Does anyone here know of anyone else who can juggle & type successfully?

Can any coders on here code & juggle? That seems like a good exercise in being able to recall while distracted.

Cheers ;)

Tufty - - Vorredner

ok lets try

Damn, that's hard.

The Void - - Vorredner

Thanks for the laugh!±


Yes, ±, why not? It was very hard, and my only hope was to go into one round of 423 each time I wanted to type a single letter with a 1-finger prod. The above line contained several drops, but I made it a rule that I had to delete (whilst juggling) any letters I'd typed which resulted in a drop. Sometimes I mistyped a letter, and managed to delete it while still juggling. Anyway, I award you "funniest thread title of the year", RegularJuggler, because I laughed aloud. Nice one.

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