Konami Code Kendama Trick
Learn how to do the Konami Code 1A yoyo trick.
Konami Code Kendama TrickIn this video I am going to teach you how to do the trick Konami Code, and it looks like this:
Konami Code starts with a 1.5 mount. But rather than going into the mount you are just going to swing the yoyo into the top string and then let it fall down into a Sub Mount. From here, you are going to take your opposite hand pointer finger, cross it over your throwhand, and pull your hand apart, crossing your arms to hop the yoyo into the bottom of this string. Then just let it fall right back down. Then, uncross your hands. We are going to hop the yoyo up into this top string and cross our throwhand underneath the yoyo. Then we are going to be in this cross armed double on 1.5 mount. We are going to unroll the yoyo once, uncross our hands, take our opposite pointer finger and push it into these two strings. Then we are going to hop the yoyo up into the bottom of these double strings on top. When the yoyo it at its apex, we are going to take our opposite hand, cross it underneath the yoyo, and over top of our throwhand, landing us into this formation. Now you might recognize this from the third step of the Monkey Madness trick, so if you want to learn a little bit more about this, you can check out that video. Now, from here we are going to take this loop on our throwhand, drop it, and then the slack is going to come around and we are going to be left in this cross armed trapeze. Now all we need to do is pull our hands apart, launching the yoyo straight up. Then we are going to reverse the cross on our arms. So right now my opposite hand is on top and my throwhand is underneath. I am just going to hop the yoyo, uncross, recross so that my throwhand is now on top and my opposite arm is underneath. Now from here, we are going to do two asian pops, and then bind. I am going to show you how to do that from the side. So, once we are in this formation after uncrossing and crossing our arms, we are going to swing the yoyo towards the opposite hand side, and perform an asian pop. We are just going to drop this loop on our throwhand pointer finger. Once we let go, we are going to take our throwhand pointer finger and point it in the opposite direction, moving our throwhand to the other side of the string connected to the yoyo, so that we can land the yoyo to the inside of our throwhand rather than the outside. Now we are going to do one more asian pop, swinging the yoyo forward and letting go of this loop. We are going to land the yoyo to the inside of our throwhand, onto the string leading from our throwhand middle finger. Then we are just going to pinch the string with our opposite hand, uncross our arms, and perform a bind. And that is the Konami Code.