How To Do A Kamikaze Yo-Yo Trick

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How to do a kamikaze trick with your Yo-Yo in this free yo-yo video.

Part of the Video Series: How To Do Expert Yo-Yo Tricks: Part 2
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This is kamikaze part two. We went through the first part of kamikaze, looks like this with the thumb double or nothing that popped it up into there. We stopped right here, the second step from here is to swing it over your right throw hand finger. You want to go over like so and you'll notice you're kind of in a 1 1/2, it's not quiet a 1 1/2, you're right there. Let me show you again. So, start from where we were in part one where you popped it up, you swing it under and then you're going to come all the way around and you're going to land it on the back string. Let me show you from this angle what I'm talking about. It looks like this, we do that first step, it comes over and then you're going to hit these two strings and the yo-yo is going to land on this one, it's the string closest to you and it looks just like that and it hits on that, like that there. And then the next step it's a little tricky, you're going to take your pointer and pull it in like so. You drop off it front string. Your pointer pulls in and the yo-yo is popped up on top of this string from the front. You might have to watch this video a couple times to get all of that, but let go through it one more time. So, you start from where we were in part one, where we popped it up, you went around, landed on the back string, you twist in toward yourself and you pop the yo-yo onto this top string like so. That's that second step, from there we're going to step into the part three, so stop right there, try and get that far, see if you can get up to that point. One more time it looks like this; pop up from the back to the front and try and get here, we're going to break it down from there, it's the end of step tow.

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