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Posted:Ok, I was playing around today and I think I found something pretty interesting.
Ok, so, If you have one poi (best done with contac/sock poi and not fire) with head close to your arm you can make the other poi wrap around that to make it seem stuck there for a while. If your really skillful you can of course lock the poi to different parts of your body in order to change the spin of the poi in different ways. The thing I did when I discovered it was an isolated buzzaw where I flicked my left wrist just to get out and my right arm was in the way and it locked the poi up with the arm... It's difficult to get the timing right and I've only uncovered the basics so far...