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  • Jan E Rudge

    Jan E Rudge June 15, 2006, 4:49 p.m. (Message 45562)

    RE: Glasgow Highlanders

    > If I have 5 couples in my class I often use
    > 2 couple progression dances to allow everyone
    > to participate.  But it does mean that the couples
    > starting as 1 and 5 have little chance to dance
    > the "opposite direction" position.
    If you work it out, the 1's would have 4 turns as a first couple and
    3 turns as a second couple.  5's would have 4 turns as a second
    couple and 2 turns as a first.  2's 3's and 4's are similar.
    So actually it is reasonably fair for everyone.
    > If the number of couples reach 7 they have no chance.
    Have a 3 and a 4?
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