645
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5 ball high-low-middle

Capacity

5

Period

3

Full period

18

Orbits

3

Composition

64
5

States

(Ground state)
11111 - (6)
111101 - (4)
11111 - (5)

Ladder diagram

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Stack notation

545

Dual

Self-dual

  645 is a symmetrical 5 object siteswap where the first two throws don't cross, and the third throw does cross. The first throw (a 6) is about one and a half times as high as the cascade, and the second throw (a 4) is about half the height of the cascade. The third throw (a 5) is exactly the same as a throw in the cascade. This is the 5 object version of 534. All the 6s are done with the same two objects, and the pattern is often done with those objects staying in columns on the outside of the pattern.

Before learning this pattern, you should already be good at the 5 ball cascade, 5346451 (starting from both sides), 561, and 64 (starting from both sides).

Video: 5 club 645 with outside throws and backcrosses by Vova Galchenko
Video: 5 ball bounce 645 by Nick Jamesson

World records[edit | edit source]

645 world records with publicly available video evidence:

Variations[edit | edit source]

645 with outside 6s

Trick_1015

Trick 1015

5 ball 645 with the 6s caught as penguins by Haavard Hvidsten

Trick_108

Trick 108

5 ball 645 with the 6s caught under the arm by Haavard Hvidsten

Juggling_Tutorial_5_ball_siteswap_645_Part_I

Juggling Tutorial 5 ball siteswap 645 Part I

645 tutorial

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