Pride is a staple signature trick from myself. This is a long trick.
Start with a quick mount. Throw a break away, then immediately slide your hand down the string, mount the yoyo with the non throw hand and drape your throw hand over the non throw hand wrist.
Immediately dismount the yoyo by moving the throw hand over the yoyo, un-mounting it with the wrap.
Hit a trapeze with your thumb and the counterweight should travel and hit the back of your shoulder.
Dismount the trapeze and hit a bottom mount. The counterweight will redirect after hitting the shoulder and you should be able to grab the string to do pinwheels.
Swing the counterweight into the yoyo, dismount the yoyo onto the string, catch the counterweight in the throw hand and do an underpass.
Swing everything forward, letting the counterweight go but stalling its momentum as it comes near your body.
Re direct the counterweight and dismount the yoyo, swing them both backward. The counterweight is going to land back into your throw hand while the yoyo is going to make a large pinwheel before coming back around and landing on the non throw hand index finger for a fake double or nothing.
Dismount the yoyo and land it in a bottom mount, the counterweight will be released as you hit the bottom mount. The counterweight will hit the throw hand and redirect.
As the counterweight redirects, dismount the yoyo and land a trapeze. The counterweight will hit the non throw hand as you hit this trapeze.
Again, dismount the yoyo and land it in a bottom mount. The counterweight will redirect itself, this time landing on the back of your shoulder, then redirecting.
Dismount the yoyo, hit a trapeze. As the counterweight comes back around to the non throw hand wrist, you are going to bring your hands a little closer together so that the counterweight doesn’t quite it the wrist but the string does. At this moment where the string hits and the momentum has dies, you are going to swing everything forward in a somersault.
Dismount the yoyo after the somersault. Land it in an under mount. The counterweight is going to come around and you’re going to land it the string over the top of the yoyo. The formation should look like a Y.
Drop the string on the throw hand and the yoyo should fall out of the bottom of the formation. Bind and return.
Tricks to know before Pride: