Type: Sport, 30 ft (9 m)
FA: Chapman & Neal
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Shared By: Benjamin Chapman on Jan 22, 2019
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Texas Hold 'Em

The most recent addition to the Waco Wall, Texas Hold ' Em, climbs the slabby face on the right side of the wall utilizing small edges, crimps, side pulls, and shallow two-finger pockets. Pull into a small reddish depression, at knee level, using crimps and side pulls. From a stance in the depression use side pulls, small edges, shallow two finger pockets, and friction to reach an improbable, but good no hands rest at mid-height. The hand holds are small, but the face is "sticky" and offers excellent friction. Near the top better edges and boiler plate depressions lead to the chains.


Right side of the Waco Wall.


Three bolts to chains.


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