Starting formation - line(s) of four facing in the same direction or a two-faced line.
(a) WHEEL AND DEAL (from a line of four). The left hand couple only takes a step forward. The couples wheel (180°)
toward the center of the line with the center dancer of each couple acting as the pivot point about which
the couples turn. The couple that started on the right half of the line wheels in front of the other couple.
Both couples end facing the same direction with the original left hand couple standing behind the original
right hand couple.
(b) WHEEL AND DEAL (from a two-faced line): Each couple steps straight ahead one
step. Each couple then wheels (180°) toward the center of the line with the center dancer of each couple
acting as the pivot point about which the couples turn. Couples end facing each other.
STYLING: Use couple handholds. Inside dancers serve as the pivot point and should exert slight pressure
to assist as in any wheel around movement. TIMING: 4 steps.
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