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PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2005 4:58 pm
PostPost subject: 14yr old flairer!
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hey i'm 14, 15 in a month. i was taught flairing by a scottish young bartender in thiland, and i'm pretty advanced but a little rusty now and then. i'm gonna keep practising and larning new tricks, but i can seem to spin the bottle by the neck twice in my right and land it on the back of my hand, any elp? or tips? i can do it with one spin. anyone got any moves they'd made up or can tell me of? thnks

p.s use malibu bottles when practising with glass as there the best.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 20, 2005 3:11 pm
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that is just way to sweet i cant do that WOW!!! i need a lot of practice im haveing problems with my double flip behind the back to a stall i gave up on the single flip it doesnt seem to work as well as the double i can stall all day and can land the stall single flip to stall same hand like 75 % of the time i have a neat little move for pouring double shots flip to pour single then flip over back of hand catch inverted pour 2nd shot. they love the fluidness of this move
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 16, 2005 10:25 pm
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hi young flair bartender well as you now that is great that you can do flair at this age owesome and congrats. as you now rodrigo delpech was young as you and he was doing flair for a long time wtih out being able to compete but if you look at him now competing dam he is perfect.

so don't worry about who is got a new move or try to copy some one style advice is watch lots of videos rutines and try to land them then do your own rutines and try to make your own style.

cheers.
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