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AWSA. New rulle. Split trick 5 in subgroups


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It's cool that you can do more surface turns!

 

I haven't read the exact rule but the scoring program at the latest tournament gave credit for O, R and BB, R. I don't think you can score 5F, B, R5F. The multiple turn surface turns don't have reverses (I think). But I think you can do 5F and 5B in the same run (not necessarily together?).

 

Anyone have the scoring program to run some sequences for us?

O, R, B, BB, R, 5F, 5B, 7B

O, R, SS, B, BB, R, WF, WB, 5F, B, F, R, R, 5B, F, 7F (making sure there aren't reverse issues)

O, R, B, BB, R, 5F, B, R5F

 

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@gsm_peter For 5s or 9s, there must be a 180 degree turn between them. For some silly reason, that is limited to B, F, WB, WF. No 5s between.

 

So this sequence is not OK:

5B, 5F, R5B

Must be:

5B, F, R5B, 5F

 

For all tricks that don't change direction 180, the reverse must immediately follow the initial trick.

 

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Regarding the new trick rule.

Those 5s and 7s are all allowed.

The reverse tricks can still only have a 180 degree positioning trick between the 5s.

So a 540F needs to have the b and then the reverse 540F same for 540B needs a F before the reverse 540B.

 

B, 7B, R, 5F, Brpt, R5F, 5B, F, R5B, 7B, R7B, BB, RBB, Frpt, Brpt, R, R, Frpt, O, R on one ski! Second pass two skis!!!!

 

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@disland 7F was a very rare trick. It had limited real value in a run. Now it has value and we will see it a lot more. That should help the judging.

 

With that said, spend your time working on wake tricks or toe tricks. The point payoff vs difficulty (both to learn and to execute) favors advanced tricks over more surface tricks. Plus they are way more fun and dynamic.

 

This is a good long awaited rule. But do not make surface turns the focus of your tricking.

 

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@klindy Thanks! It doesn't look completely foolproof the way it is formulated, but as long as all the judges understand that failed wake spins should not be counted as surface spins it'll be fine I guess. Or maybe add something like: "Surface turns that cross the crest of the wake are considered wake turns and will score zero." to be less ambiguous.
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