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honestly hard to tell, when you're not on snow, or on snow but not going very big, there's always an undefinable trick that hovers somewhere between a flat 5, a rodeo 5 and a lincoln 180. I gotta go with rodeo on this one, it's just a touch too inverted to be flat. at any rate, pretty sick, bring it to the snow!
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It has nothing to do with the first 180, it's all about the rotation pattern, inverted or not.
If you think that inverted is hips over head(which is the standard definition), that is a rodeo, as you can see as the persons feet are pointed back at the jump, the hips are slightly over the head and the feet are pointed to the sky.
In a flatspin, the hips and head are level, and the feet are pointed directly back.
To throw this trick flatter, don't do such a backflip-ish rotation, take that right shoulder and bring it more forward so you are facing the sky.
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unidentifiable trick. if you slow it down and watch it, it starts off like he is going to do a flat 3, which is thrown a little bit differently than a flat 5 which is also thrown differently than a flat 7. if i had to name the trick, its an overrotated flatspin 3, but in the battle between rodeo 5, and flat 5, it is closer to a rodeo 5
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