In case of opposite rotation you want your leash to be spinned the opposite way. General rule of thumb is to coil your leash on your body before your trick. It is kinda helping your rotation and doesn't do anything in case of fail.
I'm gonna try this and see if it helps with the blind judge.
I always have my leash connected to the back but there are quick releases on both sides to release my leash.
So it's in the same place where you connect your leash.
I have a mystic handle pass leash with foam but i wonder of it's long enough if i wan't to do a sbend to blind and connect it to the side.
It might force my arms stay bend so it might actually help with the pass.
Only downside is when you wan't to do another rotation you have to move your leash to the other side.