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PostPosted: 13 Apr 2018, 15:40 
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Throughout the years there have been minor changes made to rubbers like for example the Butterfly Sriver. I've had an opponent yesterday which used a quite old version I haven't seen in years, with a different stamp compared to last years LARC on it; actual Srivers don't have anything except a line below the text, older ones like the classic 1990+- versions had additionally vertical crosslines where you could lay the fingers,
It would be kind of interesting to know the minimum age of that rubber.

In 2018 there's no picture of stamps within the LARC so I guess it's still legal anyways while he could have had some trouble last year.

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