Site Swaps With Nine Balls

CharlesBrookman's favourite patterns, and why.

9 Balls

• A 3-Cascade, where one hand throws quadriplexes, and the other triplexes.
• Essentially it's a superposition of a multiplexed 2-Fountain SS:[2T2T]2T and the multiplexed 3-Cascade SS:[33] .
• Remember to throw the crossing balls higher than the others. It's good practice for throwing quadriplexes from a pattern, and for the full 10-Ball Triplexed 3-Cascade SS:[332T2T] .

SS:[332T2T][332T2T][32T2T]
• A 3-Cascade, where two throws are quadriplexes, and the other a triplex.
• Essentially it's a superposition of a multiplexed 2-Fountain SS:[2T2T] and a multiplexed 3-Cascade SS:[33][33]3 .
• Remember to throw the crossing balls higher than the others. It's good practice for throwing quadriplexes from a pattern, and for the full 10-Ball Triplexed 3-Cascade SS:[332T2T] .

SS:[55][55][55][55]5
• Nine balls in a 5-Cascade, where four throws are stacked multiplexes.
• If you've got a solid 5-Ball Cascade, then this is quite an interesting way to juggle nine balls. It might be useful if attempting the 10-ball Multiplexed 5-Cascade SS:[55] .

SS:[54]
• Nine balls in a 5-Ball Cascade, where they're all thrown as split multiplexes.
• Essentially it's a superposition of a 5-Cascade SS:5 and a 4-Fountain SS:4 .
• A direct equivalent of the 7-ball version SS:[43] , this might be one of the easiest ways of juggling nine balls. But this time it's the higher ball that crosses.

SS:9