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Deal Jams  

Hueco: V1+ Font: 5

Type:  Boulder, 10'
Original:  Hueco: V1 Font: 5 [details]
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Submitted By: Jay Samuelson on Jul 26, 2007

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BETA PHOTO: Deal Jams.


Start on two alright crimps, find some bad feet, set up and make one move to the slot for a bomber hand jam. You're done!


This is on the south side of the Cube.


A pad.

Photos of Deal Jams Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: Crack-ish.
Rock Climbing Photo: Jake Johnson getting it done!
Jake Johnson getting it done!
Rock Climbing Photo: Set up for the first move.
BETA PHOTO: Set up for the first move.
Rock Climbing Photo: After the first move.
BETA PHOTO: After the first move.

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From: Potrero Chico, MEX
May 16, 2008
rating: V2 5+

Definitely harder than V1. Maybe V3 or V4.
By Tlake
May 23, 2009

Hey, pretty sure this problem is already listed with the name "Done Deal Dyno."
By Matthew Thaler
Mar 13, 2012

The dyno goes to the top, this uses the jamming hold below the lip. An interesting variation that I do is set up on the crimps with hands crossed and go out left to the nice rail, stick it, and then go to the top with the right. Tricky feet.
By Brendan Jordan
Jul 1, 2012

Fun problem. It can be extended too, so after the jam you continue on to the top out. This variation doesn't make it any harder, but it's a little more satisfying b/c it adds another move or two.
By Joseph Haught
From: Littleton, CO
Jul 28, 2013
rating: V1- 5- PG13

I say V1-V1+ at best, If you crimp to dyno, V3 sounds about right.
By Matt.H Haron
May 2, 2014

Morrison V1 for sure. Don't overextend your arm trying to stick it.
By David Tennant
From: Denver, CO
Jun 16, 2016
rating: V2- 5+

Once you get that jam. you're golden. I originally had been trying to go straight to a hand jam but found, for me, a fingerlock right at the bottom of the constriction worked surprisingly much better.

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