/ NEWS: Matty Hong repeats White noie, 8B+/C
According to Jamie Emerson who was there and caught the ascent on video, ...this long and strenuous problem, breaks down into a V14 [8B+] into a V10 [7C+].
Originally given 8C, Matty suggests it...
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Finally, a formula! Too bad it's a rubbish one. A V12 into a V6 would become a V11? Don't think so Mister.
come on UKC sort out yer one finger/head prodder typing!
> White noie?
> come on UKC sort out yer one finger/head prodder typing!
I will have to admit that I bottled the pedant post of 'you ARE UKC - you could actually try to bloody spell YOUR own post titles correctly'. I even thought of starting a new thread so as not to appear to be denigrating Matty Hong's success.
So thank you. These are supposed to be professionals.....
well you know me, just couldn't stop meself ;)
Anyway, well done Matty.
Fair enough. I suppose if the difference is really big you might just call it highball Vx.
yer not so sure about a "formula" for assessing grades, and its hard to believe that adding a V10 to an existing V14 doesnt change the grade at all?!
Anyway Im not trying to stir a tedious grade debate. Actually I logged on to say that the original video of dan woods doing the line has been uploaded by dave graham et al. to island.io check it out!
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