02-11-2013, 02:59 PM
I wonder if that was part of whjat the ISU was thinking when they reduced the value of GOE on triple Jumps?
Originally Posted by Cherryy
For instance, if Skater A got -1 Goe (= -0.7) on the very difficult 3Lz+3T, while Slater B got +2 on both the Lutz combo and the solo 3T, Skater A still comes out ahead even if she does nothing more than a plain double Axel in the seventh pass.
And if Skater B uses the extra pass for a 3F+2T, or a 3Lo+2Lo, that's a lot of extra points, even if Skater A presents a fuller jump card but with no triple-triple.
02-11-2013, 03:20 PM
ITA, I was defending the 70% rotation rule in another thread a few days ago, I think it is one of the best rules the isu brought in in recent years. Remember the absolutely crappy downgrades people used to get like miki constantly used to get on her 3lz 3lo!
Originally Posted by Mathman