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The crux of this problem is the first move. If you jump to the starting pocket, its more like a V4 or V5. Establish on thin pockets and make a hard move to the obvious pocket. Dig deep, and power through the thin face to the top. CLASSIC
In the back corridor, the clean pocketed face.
|Comments on Pocket Problem
|By Fred Gomez|
From: Charleston, WV
May 29, 2011
Great problem if you like tweaky pockets. A right drop knee at the start can be helpful. This one feels quite hard for the grade, but I don't want to be the one roaming Coopers and complaining about all the grades so I'll leave it at V6. This sparsely featured face is hard to resist.