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I feel like the executions would fall under the destructive force category at least.
If Chitose could use Saiki in doubles, and it'll be possible because that weakness needs to be overcome at some point, he could see when Tohno's going to hit one of his executions. Also, Tezuka Zone should work on them.
Ochi will score past Chitose with Mach, but Tezuka should be able to comfortably return it. Moreover, he has his Mental Pressure, but Tezuka will overcome it eventually.
I think they were using Kamikakushi every time they hit the ball. So it looked like the ball disappeared.
If Tezuka manages to return an execution in Hyakuren, he won't do a super execution, just a strong drive, that's what I meant to say.
Anyways, considering Renji 100% fail to #17, I think Chitose is a complete fodder material here. Tezuka is probably stronger than Ochi, and maybe Tohno as well. But I don't think it's enough to close the gap. If you look at Ochi and Tohno base stats, they are facing two player on Yukimura level or potentially higher.
I don't think that Tezuka without PoP is better than Tohno tbh. And Chitose in this match should be as relevant as Zaizen against Seigaku
Unless the Saiki combo works (...and we can noly theorize about it, never confirm it) it should be a kinda unbalanced match, with a win for the High Schoolers.
Ok I'll give it to Ochi/Tohno for now.
Can someone tell me how Tezuka and Chitose win here? I just can't see any way for them to win, Chitose is just outmatched here, and I don't see Tezuka winning here by himself. HS win IMO.
I do think if Tezuka got PoP, he can potentially win. We already see how 1 Godly player solo 2 top tier player. But without it, I think Chitose is too much of a sandbag.