Round I - Hassa

The Expert Football Freestyle Contest is a competition for the best user-submitted video clip
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Round I - Hassa

Post by expert » 16 Nov 2005, 20:55

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Hassa:
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Each judge must answer all of the following questions:
- How advanced were the tricks in this video?
- Was there a good variety of tricks?
- Were there enough tricks in the video or was it uneventful?
- Was was the most advanced combo?
- How does this video compare to 3 (or more) other clips from the competition in terms of complexity of tricks (combos)?
Unless you use complete sentences and describe your opinion fully, you will be disqualified from judging. Do not say whether you like the video or not.
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Re: Round I - Hassa

Post by expert » 16 Nov 2005, 23:01

1. The tricks were not advanced at all. There were no combos and he was juggling for most of the time.
2. Almost no variety at all. He did 4 crossovers 2 of which were edited probably because he wasn't able to control them. He only used his right foot.
3. There was no action at all in this video, nothing really happened.
4. The were no combos, the most advanced thing he did was at 23 sec when from a footstall he tossed up the ball and did a cross over.
5. It's hard to compare him to other videos because he juggled for most of the time. I guess the most appropriate comparison would be Evan "Jellyman" because the latter took relatively a bit longer to set up his tricks. As opposed to Evan though, Hassa did not present any real tricks.

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Post by Tierney » 18 Nov 2005, 15:34

1. Not advanced at all, they are the very first tricks you learn if you freestyle.
2. There was absolutely no variation of tricks at all, rainbow and crossover is all there was.
3. No, it was painful to watch as he juggled for the first 20 seconds before doing his first trick, which was a crossover.
4. There were no combos involved at all.
5. This video doenst compare to any of the video's in the competition as he only had two tricks and was totally one footed.

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