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3 ball propellor isolation

3  ball propellor isolation
Image contributed byMatthew
Image uploaded2001-07-18
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Last Edit2001-07-19
Author: Matthew Olsen
This move is merely an application of the same idea as the floating 4 ball stack, except with the fourth ball eliminated you can spin the balls at almost any angle. The key is to keep even pressure on all sides of the balls, and it actually helps to learn first the 5 ball diamond, then the floating 4 ball stack and then learn this move, because after all that this move will take you about five minutes to learn. You'll note that I through in an isolation in the video, which is fairly simple to learn if you've already mastered any kind of thumblift isolation, it has much of the same feel as far as the path of the balls are concerned. Then just practice in front of a mirror to get the isolation smooth.
Author: Sidivan
Damn! You are the man.
Author: shifty
Yeah he's damn good with them. But when you live in alaska, and your nearest neighbor is an eskimo 20 miles away, what else is there to do but play with your balls.:)