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Split Phantom Boxes Concept [C3B]

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Split Phantom Boxes Concept -- [C3B]
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 \$B8@8l(B  From a 2 x 8 Matrix. EN: 10
2 x 8 Matrix \$B\$+\$i(B. JP: 10

Split the 2 x 8 Matrix into two 2 x 4 Matrices. Work in the 2 x 4 on each side. EN: 20
2 x 8 Matrix \$B\$r(B 2 \$B\$D\$N(B 2 x 4 Matrix \$B\$KJ,\$1\$^\$9(B. Each side \$B\$N(B 2 x 4 \$B\$GF0\$-\$^\$9(B. JP: 20 Work with these positions forSplit Phantom Boxes EN: 30 Split Phantom Boxes\$B\$G\$O\$3\$l\$i\$N%]%8%7%g%s\$GF0\$-\$^\$9(B JP: 30

Split Phantom Boxes In Roll Circulate:  Split Phantom Boxes In Roll Circulate\$B\$NA0(B \$B8e(B

Split Phantom Boxes Walk Out To A Wave:  Split Phantom Boxes Walk Out To A Wave\$B\$NA0(B \$B8e(B

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• Split Phantom Boxes are similar to Split Phantom Columns| Lines | Waves [C3A] except that the adjacent 2 x 4 formations are end-to-end instead of center-to-center. EN: 40
Split Phantom Boxes \$B\$O(B Split Phantom Columns| Lines | Waves [C3A] \$B\$H;w\$F\$\$\$^\$9\$,(B, \$BNY\$j9g\$o\$;\$N(B 2 x 4 formation \$B\$,(B center-to-center \$B\$G\$J\$/(B end-to-end \$B\$H\$J\$C\$F\$\$\$kE@\$,0c\$\$\$^\$9(B. JP: 40
• As in Split Phantom Columns | Lines | Waves you must stay on your own half of the set when doing a call in your Split Phantom BoxesEN: 50
Split Phantom Columns | Lines | Waves \$B\$HF1\$8\$h\$&\$K(B, Split Phantom Boxes \$B\$G%3!<%k\$r9T\$&\$H\$-(B, \$B<+J,\$N(B set \$B\$NH>J,\$NJ}\$KN1\$^\$kI,MW\$,\$"\$j\$^\$9(B. JP: 50
• Imagine there is a brick wall dividing the two halves of the set. This may help prevent you from crossing over into the other half of the set. EN: 60
Set \$B\$rH>J,\$E\$D\$KJ,\$1\$kN{4\$\$NJI(B (\$BF|K\\$G\$O!V;0ES\$N@n!W\$H\$b8@\$o\$l\$^\$9(B) \$B\$,\$"\$k\$H9M\$(\$F\$_\$F\$/\$@\$5\$\$(B. \$B\$=\$&\$9\$l\$P(B, set \$B\$N\$b\$&(B 1 \$B\$D\$NH>J,\$NJ}\$KF~\$C\$F\$7\$^\$&\$3\$H\$rKI\$0\$3\$H\$,\$G\$-\$^\$9(B. JP: 60
• Historically, Split Phantom Boxes have also been known as Split Phantom Twin Boxes and Divided Phantom Columns | Lines | WavesEN: 70
\$BNr;KE*\$K(B, Split Phantom Boxes \$B\$O(B, Split Phantom Twin Boxes \$B\$H(B Divided Phantom Columns | Lines | Waves \$B\$H\$7\$FCN\$i\$l\$F\$\$\$^\$7\$?(B. JP: 70

• Split Phantom formations CONCEPT [C4]:
From a Phantom Formation consisting of 16 spots. Divide the 16-spot formation into four sub-formations of 4 spots each. Do this by drawing an imaginary circle around each sub-formation. The circles should not intersect, and the orientation of the 4 circles should be in a straight line, such as ABCD where A, B, C, and D each represent a group of four spots. EN: 775
16 \$B\$N(B spot \$B\$+\$i\$J\$k(B Phantom Formation \$B\$+\$i(B. 16-spot formation \$B\$r(B 4 spot \$B\$E\$D\$N(B 4 \$B\$D\$N(B sub-formation \$B\$XJ,\$1\$^\$9(B. \$B3F!9\$N(B sub-formation \$B\$N2s\$j\$K2>A[\$N1_\$rIA\$\$\$F\$_\$^\$7\$g\$&(B. \$B\$3\$l\$i\$N1_\$O(B, \$B\$*8_\$\$\$K8r:9\$7\$^\$;\$s(B. \$B\$^\$?(B, A - B - C - D \$B\$N3F!9\$N\$r(B 4 spot \$B\$+\$i\$J\$k%0%k!<%W\$H\$7\$F(B, ABCD \$B\$N\$h\$&\$KJB\$Y\$?\$H\$-(B, 4 \$B\$D\$N1_\$NJB\$S\$O(B 1 \$B\$D\$N??\$C\$9\$0\$J@~\$N>e\$K\$"\$j\$^\$9(B. JP: 775
• For Split Phantom formations, two adjacent groups (i.e., AB and CD) work together in an 8-spot formation. EN: 80
Split Phantom formations \$B\$G\$O(B, 2 \$B\$D\$NNY\$j9g\$C\$?%0%k!<%W(B (\$B\$9\$J\$o\$A(B, AB and CD) \$B\$,(B, \$B<+J,\$N(B 8-spot formation \$B\$G0l=o\$KF0\$-\$^\$9(B. JP: 80
• For Interlocked Phantom formations, once-removed groups (i.e, AC and BD) work together in an 8-spot formation. EN: 90
Interlocked Phantom formations \$B\$G\$O(B, once-removed \$B\$N%0%k!<%W(B (\$B\$9\$J\$o\$A(B AC and BD) \$B\$,(B, \$B<+J,\$N(B 8-spot formation \$B\$G0l=o\$KF0\$-\$^\$9(B. JP: 90
• For Phantom formations, concentric groups (i.e., AD and BC) work together in an 8-spot formation. EN: 100
Phantom formations \$B\$G\$O(B, concentric \$B\$N%0%k!<%W(B (\$B\$9\$J\$o\$A(B, AD and BC) \$B\$,(B, \$B<+J,\$N(B 8-spot formation \$B\$G0l=o\$KF0\$-\$^\$9(B. JP: 100 Split Phantom Boxes [C3B] Interlocked Phantom Boxes [C4] Phantom Boxes [C4] Split Phantom Diamonds [C3B] Interlocked Phantom Diamonds [C4] Phantom Diamonds [C4] Choreography for Split Phantom Boxes Concept Comments? Questions? Suggestions?