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Wicked Game

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Count:
32
Wall:
4
Level:
Intermediate (International Rumba Style)
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Jo Thompson Szymanski (USA) - October 2007
Music:
Wicked Game - Chris Isaak
 
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(64 count intro, start with vocals)

[1-8] POINT/LUNGE, SLOWLY RISE, FORWARD RUMBA BASIC
1Lunge: Point R toe to right bending L knee into a lunge position (1)
Note: The lunge can be very shallow or deep depending on your leg strength.
Styling: Bring R shoulder forward, L shoulder back so body is at a slight angle.
2-4Rise: Slowly straighten L knee dragging R foot in toward L squaring body up (2,3,4)
*Option: Easier version for counts 1-4:
*1-2 Step R to right swaying body right for 2 counts
*3-4 Sway body left for 2 counts ending with weight on L
5Step R forward
6-8Rock L forward (6); Recover onto R (7); Step L back (8) (12:00)

[9-16] SPIRAL 1/2 TURN RIGHT, PIVOT 1/2 RIGHT TURN, 1/2 LEFT TURN
1Turn 1/2 right keeping weight on L allowing R leg to drape across front of L (6:00)
2-4Step R forward (2); Step L forward (3); Turn 1/2 right shifting weight to R (4) (12:00)
*Non-turning option for counts 9-12:
*Hold (1); Rock R back (2); Recover onto L (3); Step R forward (4) (12:00)
5Hold (5)
6-8Step L forward turning 1/2 left (6); Step R back (7), Step L back (8) (6:00)

[17-24] HIP ROCKS, CROSS BREAK
1Hold (1)
2-4Step R to right shifting hips right (2); Shift hips left (3); Shift hips right (4)
5Hold (5)
6-8Cross rock L over R (6); Recover onto R (7); Step L to left (8) (6:00)

[25-32&] 3/4 WALK AROUND TURN, 3 LATIN WALKS, 1/2 TURN LEFT
1Hold (1)
2-4Turn 1/4 left step R forward (2); Turn 1/2 left shifting weight to L (3); Step R forward (4) (9:00)
5Hold (5)
6-8Step L forward, (6); Step R forward (7); Step L forward (8)
&Turn sharply 1/2 left on L (&) (3:00)

Start again from the beginning.

Contact: Jo Thompson Szymanski – jo.thompson@comcast.net – 720-339-1590

Last Update – 5th July 2016

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