The Malaysian and Canadian judges clearly didn't give Nemov the score his routine deserved.
I think the crowd assisted in helping get the marks revised, but the scores of 9.6 and 9.65 for that routine were ridiculous and should have been changed anyway.
I'll say again, I don't like Hamm, but I did feel for him last night to once again be in the hot seat as it were.
I found it rather ridiculous that Hamm got the same score as the Italian, but I'm not a judge and I'm sure the release and catch moves are catching my eye more than they possibly should and I give less praise to a solid, less spectacular routine.
With regard to the parallel bars, I believe the Korean guys routine was the same as the one he performed in the team competition, that he was marked out of ten for.
I think it's reaching on the part of the US commentators to suggest he should have been deducted two tenths for an additional hold and have no doubt that they would have been belly-aching had the entire scenario (including the precise make-up of the routines) been reversed.
If they went over other routines with the same critical eye they would no doubt find other errors that should have been penalised.
All in all, the judging has been very bad and they need to smarten up their act in future.
The judges have cost people medals they have been working for years to achieve, which is very sad.