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Game On

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Count:
96
Wall:
2
Level:
High Intermediate
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Jonathan Tsu (UK) - November 2021
Music:
Game On - C.J. Ryan : (Album: A Cinderella Story: If The Shoe Fits)
 
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*1st place winner in phrased category of USLDCC-qualifying competition at Vegas Dance Explosion 2021 and 1st place winner in phrased category of VDELDCC 2021 competition.

Intro: 16 counts from first beat. For a fun intro option: perform counts 5678 of Section 12 (R Jazz box with cross) after 12 counts of the intro. Should be clear when you hear it!
One simple 32-count tag on wall 4 after 80 counts (it is just a modification of sections of the main dance).

Section 1: Side-together with pop, behind-side-cross (1/8), press-and-close, shuffle
1 2Step R on R (1), close L next to R while popping R knee and opening body towards 1:30 (2),
3&4Step R behind L (3), step L on L squaring up to 12:00 (&), step R across L to face 10:30 (4),
5&6Press L ball in front of R (5), recover back on R (&), close L next to R (6),
7&8Shuffle forwards (still 10:30) RLR (7&8). [For 7&8, feel free to make this a boogie walk]
*Styling option: on walls 2 and 4, the singer sings "you drive me crazy", so, on counts 3&4, you can take your fingers up to the sides of your head and trace around a circle on opposite sides.

Section 2: Hip bump, hip bump (1/2 turn), syncopated travelling locking steps
1&2Step forward on L pushing L hip forwards (1), push R hip back (&), push L hip forwards shifting weight forward onto L (2),
3&4Make a ½ turn R to 4:30 stepping forward on R pushing R hip forwards (3), push L hip back (&), push R hip forwards shifting weight forward onto R (4),
5&6&7&8Step L to L diagonal (5), lock R behind L (&), step L to L diagonal (6), step R to R diagonal (&), lock L behind R (7), step R to R diagonal (&), step forward on L (8).

Section 3: Rock-recover, step-point-1/8 turn, ball-side-hold, ball-side
1 2&3 4Rock forward on R (1), recover weight back on L (2), close R next to L (&), point L toe L (3), make a sharp 1/8 turn L squaring up to 3:00 and keeping weight on R (keep L pointed) (4),
5&6 7&8Step L ball next to R (5), step R on R (&), hold for 6-7, step ball of L next to R (&), step R on R (8)
*Styling option: for the 6-7 hold, styling of a slight shoulder roll can help fill the counts.

Section 4: Cross mambo, behind-quarter-forward prep, half-half-prep, full turn left
1&2Rock L across R (towards 4:30, but remain on 3:00) (1), recover back on R (&), step L next to R (2),
3&4Cross R behind L (3), make a ¼ turn L to 12:00 stepping forward on L (&), step forward on R prepping L (4),
5 6 7Make ½ turn R stepping back on L (5), make a ½ turn R stepping forward on R (6), step forward on L prepping R for upcoming turn (7),
8&Make ½ turn L to 6:00 stepping back on R (8), make a ½ turn L to 12:00 stepping forward on L (&).
*Option with fewer turns: replace counts 567 with walk forward on L (5), walk forward on R (6), step forward on L prepping for upcoming turn (7)

Section 5: Right Dorothy, syncopated weave, behind-side-cross
1 2&Step forward and toward R diagonal on R (1), lock L behind R (2), step forward on R (&),
3 4&Step forward and toward L diagonal on L (3), cross R behind L (4), step L on L (&),
5 6Cross R over L (5), step L on L (6),
7&8Step R behind L (7), step L on L (&), cross R over L angling stepping towards 10:30 (8).

Section 6: Rock-recover, behind-side-cross, walk-walk ¼, run around ½
1 2Rock forward on L towards 10:30 (1), recover weight back on R (2),
3&4Step L behind R (3), step R on R (&), cross L over R (4),
5 6Step forward on R making a 1/8 turn R to 1:30 (5), step forward on L making a 1/8 turn R to 3:00 (6),
7&8Make a ½ turn R to 9:00 running around R (7), L (&), R (8).

Section 7: Rock-sweep, pony back (x2), back-close-forward
1&(2): Rock forward on L (1), recover back on R sweeping L from front to back (&), continue sweep through count 2 (drag this out),
3&4Step back on L hitching R knee (3), step down on R (&), step back on L hitching R knee (4),
5&6Step back on R hitching L knee (5), step down on L (&), step back on R hitching L knee (6),
7 8&Step back on L (7), close R next to L (8), step forward on L (&).
*Styling option: if you really want to hit the music, go for 1e and really feel out the sweep!

Section 8: Forward, ½ pivot L, ¼ L, sailor, out-flick-out-flick, sailor* (this sailor is 8&1)
1 2 3Step forward on R (1), pivot ½ L to 3:00 transferring weight to L (2), make a ¼ turn L to 12:00 stepping R on R (3),
4&5&Step L behind R with slight sweep (4), step on R (&), step L on L (5), flick R heel back behind L leg (&)
6&7Step R on front R diagonal (6), flick L heel back behind R leg (&), step L out on front L diagonal (7),
8&1Step R behind L with slight sweep (8), step on L (&), step R on R starting a body roll R (1).

Section 9: Body roll 1/8 R, two chest pops, body roll ¼ L, two chest pops.
2Continue body roll to turn body 1/8 R to 1:30 (2),
3&4Pop chest up slightly up pulling shoulders back (3), recover (&), pop chest again but lower, transferring weight to R (4),
5 6Turn head L towards starting a body roll L (5), continue body roll ¼ L to 10:30 (6),
7&8Pop chest up slightly up pulling shoulders back (7), recover (&), pop chest again but lower (8).

Section 10: Mambo forward, back-half-step, rock-recover, back-hook-step
1&2Square up to 12:00 and rock forward on R (1), recover weight back on L (&), step back on R (2),
3&4Step back on L (3), make a ½ turn R stepping forward on R to 6:00 (&), step forward on L (4),
5 6&7 8Rock forward on R (5), recover weight back on L (6), step back on R (&), hook L across R (7), step forward on L(8).
*Tag: after section 10 of wall 4, dance section 11 three times with variation, and then section 12 also with variation. The variation on each is: replace the ¼ point turns L with 1/8 point turns L. The first modified section 11 finishes at 3:00, the second at 6:00, and the third at 9:00. The modified section 12 finishes the dance at the front (12:00).

Section 11: Step-half pivot, point ¼ L (x2), mambo forward, mambo back
1 2Step forward on R (1), pivot ½ turn L to 12:00 transferring weight to L (2),
3 4Turn ¼ L to 9:00 on L pointing R to R (3), turn ¼ L to 6:00 on L pointing R to R (4),
5&6Rock forward on R (5), recover back on L (&), step back slightly on R (6),
7&8Rock back on L (7), recover forward on R (&), step forward slightly on L (8).

Section 12: Step-half pivot, point ¼ L (x2), R jazz box
1 2Step forward on R (1), pivot ½ turn L to 12:00 transferring weight to L (2),
3 4Turn ¼ L to 9:00 on L pointing R to R (3), turn ¼ L to 6:00 on L pointing R to R (4),
5 6 7 8Cross R over L (5), step back slightly on L (6), step R slightly on R (7), cross L over R (8).

A huge thank you to Ain Milner, Karen Yee, and Kaylyn Keller for demoing with me at both VDE competitions! Special thanks to Ain, Jacqueline Rodgers, Jennifer Rodgers, Jonno Liberman, Kaylyn, and Mary McCool for your feedback and suggestions on the dance, and especially to Jonno and Kaylyn for really going the extra mile with your help! Thank you also to Deanna Berthiaume's Voyager class for being my teaching guinea pigs.

Last Update - 5 Mar. 2022

4 Comments

AzDncer December 11, 2021
This piece, as well as the choreographer's first (Tuesday), reflects a budding talent in combining memorable music and fluid motion to tap one's inner happiness and playfulness!

Tri artiyanti December 19, 2021
Love this dance . Song n choreography 😘😘😘

Irene HK April 19, 2022
Love this dance, nice & cool! I have taught the dance in Jan, but just find tha
t the script has been revised on 5 March. May I know what has been changed? I fail to find any difference!

Jonathan Tsu April 19, 2022
Thanks for the lovely comments, @AzDncer, @Tri artiyanti, and @Irene HK ! :)

@Irene HK, I haven't made any changes to the dance, but I did try to modify one inconsequential formatting issue: in Section 7, when my sheet was imported to Copperknob, count 2 was pushed into the step descriptions. I tried resolving this, attempting to force the "2" back into the counts, but that didn't seem to do anything. Even though this resulted in no actual change, the revision date does reflect the attempted fix.

So, yeah, the dance is still the same and I'm so glad you're enjoying it! :D

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