Cassino Salsa (Cubano Salsa) is a traditional salsa that is danced in Cuba. This style is characterized by a circular geometric, clear and expressive dance pattern. A characteristic feature of this style are nodes (complex figures with arms and sometimes legs), as well as leading without impulses. The hands of the partner and partner almost do not break, therefore, in most cases, this style is also characterized by the absence of noticeable armstyling (female hand movements). At the same time, to improve the style of the dance, elements of solo expression can be used, many of which are contained in the Afro-Cuban rumba and Orish dances..
Often, in Cassino, there is still a separate direction - Rueda (Rueda de Casino, from the Spanish “rueda” - “wheel”), when the couples stand in one common circle. This is a kind of "Cuban round dance." Ruda is characterized by a frequent change of partners and synchronous execution of elements, as directed by the leader (“cantor”). Two or more pairs can participate in the roud.