Gambler Outlaw (Tuned)

Gambler Outlaw (Tuned) Rubber
Approx. $ 14 USD
Price $

User Ratings (40)

Speed 8.9
Spin 8.2
Control 8.0
Tackiness 1.6   
Slightly tacky
Weight 3.4   
Sponge Hardness 4.8   
Gears 7.5   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 4.2   
Consistency 8.6
Durability 3.3   
Not very durable
Overall 8.3 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 93 / 100
Spin 88 / 100
Control 84 / 100
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 3 users using the Gambler Outlaw (Tuned).
Use of Pre-Tuned technology makes this rubber an attackers dream. Outlaw relies totally on mechanical grip, (the Japanese technology of creating spin), with high elasticity and sponge that allows for maximum power and friction transfer into the ball. Outlaw was specifically designed for attacking players who will dominate the point mid-distance to away from the table.

Medium-soft sponge. Light-weight and Fast.

Reviews (27)

chicagoTT  on 12/28/2014

I had this on my BH for a short time. It was bouncy and I enjoyed this at the time as I had only used slower, tacky Chinese rubbers and was looking for a bit more speed. It wasn't very durable, though. I think it was the first and only rubber I cracked hitting the table when I tried it on my fh. I later put it on a mini-paddle and the sponge cracked all around the edges. Weight was about 38 g in red 2.15.
Amigo  on 12/20/2013

You guys are lot better off buying toilet paper then this!!!! If nothing it last longer then this rubber, well actually let me take that back. Toilet paper and Outlaw Gambler last about the same (one use only!!!). Worse rubber i used in last 10 years or so. No spin, ok speed, no control because it lacks so much spin... It has no tack, no grip, no nothing... John Gotti was better of with nickname Gambler Outlaw Boss instead of Teflon Boss. Nothing could stick to him, or if it did stick by some random cosmic event it would not have enough grip and drag to take him down. So i guess if you are mobster or king pin this rubber is great for your nickname, but TT player stay away from this please!! Extremely overpriced at 15$, unbelievable QC issues, .... Sorry for trashing on DB but i feel obligated to give honest opinion. Enjoy life and have fun playing TT.
piligrim  on 11/25/2013

topsheet separated from sponge after few hours of playing
BlackDog  on 12/3/2012

Nice price and decent performance. But crumbling at the edges and rubber/sponge separation almost from day one, along with some cracking of the sponge. I had it FH and BH, and I had to junk one sheet after a week of hitting. I have kept one sheet on BH, because it has not begun to separate and pimple yet; but it is crumbling and tearing at the edges too, despite my using the highest quality, sharpest Xacto knife and cutting surface, and not bumping my bat on the table at all. I can get a rubber that lasts for months for $30US, so some quick math tells you Outlaw is not the deal it at first seems. As far as I can tell, I got the quality I paid for, and I didn't pay much.
Paul  on 4/15/2012

Vary good rubber. Fast with excellent control. Best rubber for smashing on the market.

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