A classic Cuban casino salsa move, croqueta could maybe be considered a bit of an enchufla variation? Start with an enchufla. At approximately the 6 count, the lead crosses hands – so with the lead’s right hand taking the follow’s right hand. The lead then steps forward as with a dile que no, while signalling the follow to come around around front to the lead’s left side, and switches back to normal guapea position, with lead holding with their left hand the follows right hand. This is a simple move, but it’s fun to do and looks good on the dance floor.