Fast, stiff, heavy (heavier the better) blade, no more than OFF in speed with rubbers that you can use for attacking as well as blocking. A ton of choices around. Egal (doesn't reall matter) whether it is Jap/Euro or Chinese rubber. Low to medium throw is even better for rubber, think Bryce (the ultimate blocking machine ever made... and it is billed as the speed gluers dream and rightfully so) and Gambler Outlaw. On such a blade, even allround rubbers like Sriver, dawei Inspirit Quattro, Venus, and Globe 999 become a blocking asset. You can block with anything, but if you want to make your active blocks more offensive or pressuring, a stiff, OFF blade will make your rubber shine. Some exceptions to the low throw rule are the high throw T05 and BTY Tackifire series. The speed on active blocks kinda counteracts the high throw tendencies. The throw (my opinion, but not a verifyable fact) isn't exactly a linear thing, but that is debatable for sure.
Thoughts? Critisims (Der_Echte calmly screws on his sniper scope in preparedness...)
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