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    What does "Credit for highlight distribution, base value multiplied by 1.1" mean in the scores?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aftertherain View Post
    Yep. She has gotten that call all season long--except at Nationals. No surprise there.

    Very happy for the top five girls, especially Mao and Christina!
    Actually she did get (e) at Nationals both in SP and FS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tulosai View Post
    In a way it is because her previous PB was almost surely before the required, scored spiral sequence was eliminated.
    And almost...if she didn't miss that one level 4 on one of her spins...oh well, hopefully next time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reginald View Post
    What does "Credit for highlight distribution, base value multiplied by 1.1" mean in the scores?
    It means they get a 10 percent boost in their BV for doing it in the second half of the program (after the 1:25 mark).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leonardo View Post
    Yuna got a 72.27 with 34.85 pcs at NRW Trophy(too much pcs for one of her most boring short programs, imho). At worlds, she should get some lower pcs, closer to Mao's here in 4cc (33.86), so that would give Mao a 74.50 (with a clean triple axel) and Yuna a 71.50 or 72.50 (better levels on spins). Anyway, Yuna's 3-3 is a milion times more consistent than Mao's 3A, but now Mao has a chance. I'm so happy for her, what a brave skater!
    Mao has always had a chance against Yu-Na with her beautiful 3A and now that it looks like she's going to have her 3-3 back, she could definitely reign it all in on one night and blow the field away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. P View Post
    It means they get a 10 percent boost in their BV for doing it in the second half of the program (after the 1:25 mark).
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vera01 View Post
    I thought Mao's 3A was slightly UR. It would be interesting to see if Mao can succeed with her 3A at Worlds-after all, Worlds is not going to be held in Japan.
    Me too. The technical caller wasn't calling URs. That helps the Japanese girls a lot, because they all have big problems with URs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krislite View Post
    I think there's a little bit of PCS inflation for the Japanese girls here. Mao's PCS will likely be somewhat lower at Worlds, too, since it's in Canada not Japan.
    Their pcs (Yuna's and Mao's) should be very close in the SP, if they both hit at worlds. But that's just my opinion of course.

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    But... I'm so happy that Suzuki skated clean I hope Gracie, Suzuki, and Kaetlyn all skate clean tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Selene View Post
    Looking at the protocols, the technical caller isn't calling underrotated jumps. I thought several jumps that received full credit were underrotated - Asada's 3A, Murakami's 3F, etc.
    The second replay of Asada's 3A was under rotated and is Murakami's 3F. Japan's inflation most definitely.

    Admire Mao for trying and keep on improving... 74 was bit high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reginald View Post
    Chantelle KERRY, Australia, 43.93 into second place.

    It is great that at 4CC, we get to skaters from countries that we don't normally see.
    Yes-now if those of us without live feeds could only 'see' them. Sigh.

    Great job by the Japanese and American ladies tonight-especially Japan!!

    WOW MAO!!! Can't wait to see THAT skate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Selene View Post
    Yeah, the Japanese girls are in for a rude awakening at Worlds when they find out they aren't skating in Japan anymore and technical callers will actually downgrade their underroated jumps.
    Yes, what a bad competition when all 3 Japanese ladies landed on their butt and got huge score. It's not like all 3 skated lights out
    And it's not like this is an international competition with international judges and technical specialists
    Akiko scored 65 at GPF with en error on a spin. Here she went clean, still 65. Kanako scored 64 for a clean SP at Worlds last season. Mao landed everything, 3A included, gorgeous spins and steps. This is a fact. If she'll do it again at worlds her score won't be too different that what she got here. Remember how people said it as unfair she got 67 for a SP at NHK without a 3-3 and the score won't happen again? Well, it did. She scored over 66 at GPF with the same contect
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    Xtina is so likeable, don't know why Nat judges hate her so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasha'sSpins View Post
    Yes-now if those of us without live feeds could only 'see' them. Sigh.

    Great job by the Japanese and American ladies tonight-especially Japan!!

    WOW MAO!!! Can't wait to see THAT skate!
    Survived watching it but clicking on the mouse every minute or so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bixby View Post
    The second replay of Asada's 3A was under rotated and is Murakami's 3F. Japan's inflation most definitely.

    Admire Mao for trying and keep on improving... 74 was bit high.
    Mao and Kanako's scores are inflated, considering their jumps that should have been downgraded. The technical specialist must be on the JSF's payroll.

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