Of course Goepper can win...as could about 4-5 other guys on any given day. Totally dependent on about a dozen other factors, many of which lie outside of the control of either skier.
Anyone claiming Goepper is just simply "more technical" are jokers. I don't know that you could rightfully claim that there is a more technical park skier on the planet than Tom Wallisch. There are guys that have the capability of landing more technically difficult runs than Wallisch perhaps could on a given day, on a given course, etc. but that doesn't mean that they're definitively more technical.
Does anyone here really believe that Tom Wallisch couldn't learn ANY trick that another park skier is doing? I feel pretty damn certain that Wallisch could put any trick to his feet that he wants to assuming someone else has done it. I know that sounds mad dickriderish, but I've seen the guy ski enough to know that there isn't a more talented park skier doing it right now. I'm not saying he's just simply the best, but I'm saying that no one is really clearly better. I'd say three consecutive W's on the biggest stage back that up pretty solidly.
I think what you meant to say here was when Nick gets more technical on rails he can beat Tom.
Tom is human and therefore can be beat. The way he is skiing right now though good luck to anyone out there trying to. I think this whole thread should be more about how damn good Nick is skiing right now especially since he is only 17. His stomps are rivaling Tom's right now and the kid has crazy good air awareness.