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thumb|300px|right|Gerard Amento shows how this is done. Contains some nice variations, too.

Hidemasa Hook
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Hidemasa Hook
Type of Trick Slack
Invented by Hidemasa Semba


A cool (and very fast) whip trick, not unlike Reverse Slack Trapeze, but without the pinch. It is recommended, that you master that one before progressing here.

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Step 1: Thow a Breakaway and let the yo-yo hang.

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Step 2: Pull upwards...

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Step 3: ...and whip the string...

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Step 4: ...down...

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Step 5: ...under your free hand index finger. It is important that, at this time, the yo-yo is hovering next to the finger.

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Step 6: Let the string continue around the finger into the gap...

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Step 7: ...and let it catch there.

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Steps 5 through 7 from a different angle.

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Steps 5 through 7 from a different angle.

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Steps 5 through 7 from a different angle.

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Step 8: Now pull the string tight. The yo-yo now rests in a loop. When performing live, this is a great moment. :)

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Step 9: Dismount like a Windmill Dismount by swinging the yo-yo over your free hand...

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Step 10: ...and...

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Step 11: ... you should now be either in a twisted Trapeze or a Reverse Trapeze, ready to start a Sidestyle BackBind, depending on which segment of the loop you hit the gap with.

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