Introduction: Anti-Yo Worldwide Video Yoyo Contest Entry by Andrew Robinson



Helpful tricks to know...
- White Buddah
- Buddah's Revenge

Helpful concepts to know...
- "Hugs"
- "Chopsticks"
- "Tunnels"

Step 1: Explanation



Step by Step

1 - Begin by throwing a breakaway into a 1.5 mount, but continue the motion until the yoyo hits the top string, and then land into the bottom string, just the same as the beginning of White Buddah.
2 - Roll the into a 1.5 mount, and place your non-throwhand thumb on top of the strings, as in the Chopsticks concept.
3 - Throw the yoyo while still in the 1.5 mount (as in Buddah's Revenge) in between your thumb and index finger.
4 - Throw the yoyo back to the original 1.5 formation
5 - Unmount the yoyo from the 1.5 position onto the bottom string as in the second step of Buddah's Revenge, then roll it back into the 1.5 position.
6 - Throw the yoyo while in the 1.5 position towards your non-throwhand side (as in the first step of Buddah's Revenge) and use your throwhand index and thumb to open up the string formation.
7 - Roll the yoyo into the furthest string away from you. (Towards your non-throwhand side)
8 - Flip the yoyo around your non-throwhand fingers towards your non-throwhand fingers' side, (outside the formation) then drop the strings off of your throwhand index finger and thumb.
9 - You should be in a simple undermount. If necessary, pull your throwhand toward you to be able to access the string on the furthest non-throwhand side, and roll the yoyo onto that string.
10 - Unroll the yoyo onto the opposite string. You should now be in a Trapeze and Brother mount.
11 - Dismount the yoyo towards your throwhand side, and swing around and mount onto your non-throwhand index finger, trapeze-style.
12 - Drop the single string on your throwhand, and roll the yoyo toward your throwhand. You should be in Trapeze.
13 - Use the "Hugs" concept here. Using your throwhand index finger, grab the closest string on the trapeze loop, and mount the yoyo on the string towards your non-throwhand. Your arms should be crossed now.
14 - Dismount the yoyo towards your non-throwhand side, and swing the yoyo towards your throwhand side. At the same time, uncross your arms. Land the yoyo in a Trapeze and Brother mount.
15 - Place your non-throwhand wrist inside the formation where your non-throwhand is. The string should be supported by the back of your hand. The formation should not change.
16 - Using your non-throwhand index finger, grab the closest string of the "Trapeze loop" much like in step 13, but reversed.
17 - Mount the yoyo towards your throwhand side, and use the "Hugs" concept again to dismount the yoyo towards your throwhand side, and swing around to your non-throwhand index finger and mount it like a trapeze.
18 - Drop the strings off of your throwhand finger, and unroll the yoyo. You should be back in Trapeze again.
19 - Repeat step 13-14 here. You should be in Trapeze and Brother.
20 - Make sure you have a finger inside the Trapeze and Brother formation on your non-throwhand side. Grab the closest string on the Trapeze loop with your non-throwhand index finger, and pull your hands apart. You should be in a strange formation that is supported by both index fingers and has another string in the middle.
21 - "Jump" the yoyo up and over the top string, towards your body. Turn your fingers towards you to untwist the string.
22 - Using the "Tunnels" concept, open the string loop using your non-throwhand and place it on your throwhand wrist.

Trick completed.

Bonus Trick: Flyaway Bind
Helpful Trick to know...
- "Dave Bind"

1 - Perform a regular "Dave Bind", but as the yoyo collides into the strings, use your non-throwhand to somersault the formation up and around towards your non-throwhand side, then shooting straight up into the air.
2 - If performed successfully, the yoyo should bind and return to a waiting hand.

Bind completed.

Comments

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Doveman made it! (author)2008-02-15

dude, is that a fireball yo-yo? if so its like the same one i got.

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FNGyos made it! (author)FNGyos2008-02-15

Nope, this is a Duncan Freehand Zero! It is modified for long spins and unresponsive play. I really like these yoyos. :]

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bad apple made it! (author)bad apple2008-03-04

FOR THE SAKE OF GOD, GET THE DARK MAGIC. IT ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!;AHRF;AUYTG;AT;;AF;AFJHKJAHF;HAHFJHJHJKHJHHAWhr;UH:UKRkhkjdhfoaitfia!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1111111111ELEVEN1!1!!!!!!!! and so on

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The Fireball is pretty good, but not for string tricks, (unless you mod it, that is.) Also, the Fireball was only $8.00, so I'm not surprised that it can not do good string tricks. However, the Duncan Freehand Zero (which you used), is pretty good if you mod it. Only $19.99. Also, I suggest the AXLE ELITE yoyo. It is $36.00, but is seriously worth it. It can sleep for a bout 36 seconds, without mods. It is pretty good with string tricks. I also recommend the DARK MAGIC yoyo. It is about $47.00 and looks really cool. It sleeps for 5 minutes (as my friend told me) and is very good at string tricks. If you are entering the contest, GET THAT YOYO! The samurai is a good yoyo, but cost $132.00. However, it has the world-record sleep for 12 minutes. It is pretty good with string tricks such as Boing-E-Boing, Split the Atom, and so on. Maybe, if you want a yoyo like the samurai, but with a little less sleep and a little less cost, get the Pyro Light. It is a very good yoyo, and only cost $107.00. (Do not get any Duncan yoyos except for the freehand zero, for all other Duncan's really suck.)

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FNGyos made it! (author)FNGyos2008-02-16

Well, the Fireball, Axle Elite, and Samurai are all using technology from ten years ago. In modern-day yoyoing, you can purchase a yoyo for $90.00 cheaper and get BETTER performance out of it. In fact, there are $15.00 dollar yoyos that are so good, you can do every trick in the book with them. Usually anything over $40.00 is just to spoil yourself with because all yoyos in that price range "play" the same, they just have different features. (Different material, different sized bearing, etc.) If I were to start all over again, I would probably pick up a "Yoyofactory Velocity" as my first yoyo.

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Doveman made it! (author)2008-02-15

lol, before you responded I was looking up Duncan Freehand Zeros on the net. =[] I like them... I must get one... soon.

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TeacherOfTheWays made it! (author)2008-02-12

really cool!

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GorillazMiko made it! (author)2008-02-12

Really cool job. I want to win something, hopefully (maybe) I can post my video this weekend.

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