Siteswap List

Siteswap List

  • This is an attempt to structure basic siteswap patterns (no derivations). Of course you can throw stuff like: „5648323945AFF955“ (which is quite fun) but my aim here is to find out the inherent basic patterns on which the most commonly used siteswaps are build
  • You can easily see in some of the rows (like in the 531´s) that by adding or subtracting to the base you can figure out the pattern with four or five…. balls. So you get 531 -> 642 -> 753.
  • Amazing! for me since i´m not a mathematician. It took me a long time until i understood that 534 with four balls is in some ways similar to 645 with five balls.

Just click each siteswap to view the trick with JugglingLab Simulator

Asynchronus
3
4
5
6
7
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423–>534–> 645–> 756 –>867
Half shower4253647586
Shower517191B1D1
High Low Shower71319151B171D191
3 Stage915111B17131D19151
1Stage
3
4
5
6
7
2 Stage
42
53
64
75
86
Five Three Ones
531
642
753
864
975
4 Stage
6420
7531
8642
9753
A864
5 Stage
86420
97531
A8642
B9753
6 Stage
A86420
B97531
CA8642
7Stage
CA86420
DB97531
Unsorted
3
4
5
6
7
504615726837948
711822933A44B55
522633744855966
441552663774885
6420371466661
63123741771
50505807733
8040555175751
5253588441
773
Synchronous
3
4
5
6
7
High-Low´s(4x,2)(2,4x)(6,4x)(2x,4)
(4x,6)(4,2x)
(6x,4)(4,6x)(8,6x)(4x,6)
(6x,8)(6,4x)
(8x,6)(6,8x)
(2x,4)(4,2x)(6x,4)(2,4x)
(4,6x)(4x,2)
(6,4x)(4x,6)(8x,6)(4,6x)
(6,8x)(6x,4)
(8,6x)(6x,8)
Half shower(6,2)(2,6)(8,4)(4,8)
(6x,2x)(2x,6x)(8x,4x)(4x,8x)
Shower(4x,2x)(6x,2x)(8x,4x)

Just another idea :

siteswap
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