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Daniel Woods vs “Blade Runner” (V15)

Daniel Woods battles against Giuliano Cameroni's upper chaos crimp masterpiece Blade Runner.

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Daniel Woods battles against Giuliano Cameroni’s upper chaos crimp masterpiece Blade Runner. A V10 intro directly leads into a savage three-move V13.

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The crux of the V13 involves taking a miserable left hand three-finger button grip and doing a near iron cross to a right-hand half-pad edge. Connecting this move from the start turned into a mental nightmare.


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