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|Cut The Diamond [Plus]|
(Lee Kopman 1973)
Centers do your part Diamond Circulate as Points slide together & Trade (Cross Run) to end in the furthest Center position.
A normal Diamond ends in a Two-Faced Line; a Facing Diamond ends in a Wave.
R-H Diamond $B$+$i(B:
Facing Diamond $B$+$i(B:
Funny Diamond $B$+$i(B:
In this case, the points slide together
and do a Partner Trade.
another Funny Diamond $B$+$i(B:
The original centers end on the same spot,
so they step to right hands,and the overall
ending formation is offset
Reverse Cut The Diamond [C2]: From a Diamond. Centers Trade & Spread as Points Diamond Circulate. Ends in a Line.
Flip The Diamond [Plus] : From a Diamond. Centers do your part Diamond Circulate as Points Flip In (180°) towards the the nearest Center position. A normal Diamond ends in a Wave.
Cut The Hourglass [A2] : From an Hourglass. Points slide together and Trade as Centers Hourglass Circulate. Usually ends in Parallel Lines.
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