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There are four different versions of Spread (only the first two are used at Plus):
From a Line:
From a "Z":
From a Diamond:
Girls Trade & Spread:
Designated Dancers Spread:
This instance of Spread is usually
only used at C1 and above.
Wheel & Spread [C4]:
Wheel & Spread, the basis for Spread, was once on the Plus list.
Today, Wheel & Spread is no longer considered legal at Plus.
Diagram from T-Bone Lines. (e.g., Generalized Lines after Centers CR1)
Diagram from a Thar.
Diagram from a Wave Of 6.
Diagram from 8ChTh after Outsides Single Shuffle.Notes:
Is it okay for someone to backup for a Spread? (e.g., from Trade By?)
Calls commonly used at Plus that can be followed by Spread:
Slide [A2] : From a Wave or other applicable 4-dancer formation. Ends and adjacent Centers slide nose-to-nose past one another to exchange places.
Slim Down [C4]:
From any 2 x 4 or other applicable formation.
Without turning, Centers move one position toward the nearest
unoccupied outside position as Outsides move one position toward the center.
Everyone does either a sidestep right, sidestep left, step forward, or step backward.
From Columns, Slim Down is the same as Spread.
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