is this deer typical or non-typical
It would be non-Typical because of the number of non-matching tines on each main beam.
However you can score it either way. There are no "set" requirements as to whether you have to score it Typical or non-Typical.
A set of Antlers with alot of abnormal tines will score higher using non-Typical scoring.
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