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This trick involves doing a "Man on Trapeze", "Man on Trapeze & his Brother (aka "Reverse Double or Nothing"), "Double or Nothing", "Reverse Triple or Nothing", and finally a "Triple or Nothing." Another very good trick to show off your trapeze skills.


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You start off with a "Man on the Flying Trapeze."


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Flip the yo-yo off the string.


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Let the yo-yo continue to swing around.....


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....and around....


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Let the string make contact with the right index finger about 2-3 inches from the yo-yo. You're aiming for the yo-yo to land on the outer yellow string.


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The yo-yo lands on the string. You've just completed "Man on Trapeze and his Brother."


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It's now time to go into a 'Double or Nothing.' Flip the yo-yo off the string.


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It continues to travel around...


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...and around...


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Let it go around your left index finger.


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...and around...


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It then goes around your right index finger.


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Now it goes around your left index finger again and aim it to land on the outer yellow string.


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Once complete, you're in the 'Double or Nothing' position.



Once again, flip the yo-yo off the string. But this time stick out your left middle finger too.



The string goes around your left index finger and under the left middle finger.



The yo-yo goes around your right index finger. Aim to land on the blue string.



This is what it looks like after you land on the blue string. Try to keep the strings close to the base of the index fingers of both hands. This will give you more room to land the yo-yo.



You flip the yo-yo off the string again.



It goes around...





...and around...



...and around...



Aim the yo-yo to land on the blue string.



It lands on the string and you've you're done. Try to keep the strings close to the base of the index fingers of both hands. This will give you more room to land the yo-yo.


This trick is very fun to do. Like Dennis McBride says, it's easier to do the trick then it is to explain it.


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