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Kick start your heart on this simple yet powerful boulder problem! This is an unnamed problem that a few local guys showed me a couple of years ago - intense and awkward!
Patient beta for the paramedic: Left electrode on a sick super positive side-pull with a sharp edge. Right electrode on a wicked sloper-crimp. Inductor a right toe down low (or whatever works). Check vital signs and diagnose the rhythm. Release current with enough joules to stick the right-sloping crimp rail. Match and kill the power. Repeat often!
Update: Okay, so I don't know the name of this problem, but I figured it was better than "Unknown V5"
East face of House Boulder.
Bring a crash pad, a hot nurse, and 4-pack of Red Bull.
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