|The Double Trouble Boulder
The Sds ups the grade and begins low left (and mathced [Chip]) on an incut sidepull/undercling. Bust right to a decent crimp and then heel on the starting hold. The crux move is reaching over to the starting jug of Get Over It proper. Distinguished from a right SDS version. Thanks Chip.
Starts down and left of GOI Stand.
3 pads. Spotter.
|By Chip Phillips|
From: Broomfield, CO
Jan 4, 2010
This is called "Get Over It Super Sit" to distinguish it from the original SDS done by Dan Smith, which begins slightly to the right. Maybe you could clarify that this problem begins MATCHED on the undercling or maybe it is clear enough.
Jan 5, 2010
So noted. I thought calling it "Super Sit" was a bit much though.