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Alamo style is a formation of an even number of dancers in a circle holding adjacent hands and with each dancer facing in an opposite direction to that of the adjoining dancers.

Starting formation - any place an allemande left is legal. All start an allemande left but continue the arm turn until the men are looking toward the center of the square and the ladies are looking out. Maintain the left handhold and join right hands with the adjacent dancer to form an alamo ring. (b) BALANCE: Starting formation - alamo ring.

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