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The farthest left problem on the east face, this is essentially a one-move problem. Start on the sloping shelf, place your feet well, and make a big move to the lip. Many people dyno, but it can also be done as more of a deadpoint with the feet never swinging wildly about. Match the lip and make what should be an easy top out, however, many people have claimed this top out to be hard -- only one way to find out, I suppose.
This is route #7 in the east face Right Plethora picture.
A crash pad or two and a spotter is nice if you are trying to do it as a dyno.