This stunning boulder problem is certainly the finest of the harder lines and one of the best is the basin.  First envisaged by Kaz Pucia - New Zealand climbings Ben Moon, only to be told by a resadant boulderer that it would not go because there was no way Kaz could hold the sloper.  Kaz sent it on his third day.  When questioned about Joker his eyes light up - 'you can not understand how happy I was to do this boulder, I can not explain'.

The problem is slightly overhung, a little high, continuously difficult with just enough holds and no more.  To many people are intimidated by the first move, a dyno to a pocket, because when you miss momentum swings you down the slope.  The rest is fairly simple cranking with a slightly devious top out that I spent months trying while cursing my lack of height until I thought to mantle the sloper a move early.  It then went first try.

Joker is the problem everyone wants to do someday but few want to try.