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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.
By Fred Gomez
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.