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Don’t know the real name, but always tell peeps it’s “the unknown v10”
This problem is the blunt Arête left of Revolution. Start on the left hand rail crimp either matched or with your right hand on the little ear under the face. The 3 start feet are very bad but more feet present themselves as you traverse into the top of Revolution.
I feel it’s v10 to the Revolution top out but if you want to seal the deal complete the v6 top out and climb the whole Arête.