Introduction: How to Do the Pay Pay Swiss Yo-yo Trick
The Pay Pay Swiss is great intermediate trick. You might think that yo-yoing is just about walking the dog and babies cradle. That is not all the cool things you can do with a yo-yo. The Pay Pay Swiss is an orignal trick that is going to make you think that yo-yoing is not as easy as you think.
Yo-yo string (please note that you must only use yo-yo string and not anything else like fishing line)
To make it easier to yo-yo, make the string as long as your hand straight to the ground.
Place string hole on the middle finger in the middle.
This trick is all about the smoothness, so to do that you must go fast and steady.
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Step 1: Start of the Pay Pay Swiss
The first thing you want to do is throw a break away.
Step 2: Easy Part
You want to throw it over your left pointer finger then your right one.
Step 3: Challenging Part
After that, you swing your right pointer finger that has the yo-yo on it to the left and make it land on the string. This is called a 1.5 mount.
Step 4: Almost Finished
Then you take your right hand and go over your left.
Step 5: Dismount
When you are in that position, you want to roll it and land it into a trapeze. This is called a dismount.
Step 6: Double or Nothin
While still in the trapeze, you bring the yo-yo over your right hand and go into a Double or Nothin.
Step 7: Conclusion to the Pay Pay Swiss
You do another dismount into a trapeze and swing the yo-yo over your left hand twice and bring it back up.