You have, however, nice confluence with the wedge so good chance you will see a good trade from this. That being said does it not make it automatically a good Gartley trade, but more a structure trade.
Some level of rigor in measurement has to be maintained or we could be talking about one of several patterns, featuring very different PRZs. But, as Carney concedes, the quality of a pattern isn't a "pass/fail" proposition - patterns exist on a spectrum. That this pattern's point B is 0.7% off of the archetypical Gartley is negligible: it isn't as if the chart assigns B a 0.50 or 0.786 retracement so this is hardly playing fast-and-loose with the measurement criteria.
Ultimately it's a debate on theory, and no where is it written that meeting 61.8% *to the letter* - except by fiat from Carney - is some objective, eternal truth necessary for an legitimate or an effective Gartley.