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Havana (Turn left in Havana) is a club passing pattern. There are 4 jugglers with a total of 12 clubs and the pattern is a type of rotating feed, much like a feed weave. Feeders do a 2 count (everies) while feedees do a 6 count. All passes are right hand tramline.
There is always one feeder, but the feeder changes throughout. It is best described from the feeders point of view. When feeding, begin passing to your leftmost feedee. Make 5 passes in a windshield wiper fashion.
After the first pass, feedee B and C begin to switch places in a clockwise motion. After the places have been exchanged and the feeder has given their 4th pass, B takes one additional step forward and turns counter clockwise (see: "turn left"), such that D will be the new feeder.
Once A finishes their 5th pass, D immediately begins their feed cycle starting on their left. Note that A has no break between A's 5th pass and D's first pass.
Some find that practicing a 4 person feed weave with a single feeder is a good warm up for this pattern.
- Phoenix (Turn right in Phoenix): is the same as Havana but the feeder starts with a pass to the rightmost feedee.
- Albuquerque (Turn right in Albuquerque); is the same as Havana, but mirrored, so all passes are with your left hands.