lol I don't even care anymore about iCS, when it happens it happens, but I stopped doing it intentionally during matches. In training I can do iCS consecutively out of neutral most of the time, but I screw up during a real a match and iCS attempts usually end up being CS or normal grabs 70% my tries.
I would like to know in which situations the real Ivy pros go for CS. I do CS after 44(A); 66(A); 2A; 3K; A+B,A; 6(B+K); FC A; WR B; 66B; 66 B BE; BT A; BT FC A because of the huge + frames on hit. I also like doing it after 22B BE and 1B BE cuz of + on block. I also love the 4B+K cancel into CS and 1B BE, 6K into CS. CS step is also sexy.
Edit: I forgot the 3A stun and the 66A looks due to the patch also CS worth (Don't know the frames though). And has anybody tried CS after 5 JF move, I'm sure that would be sexy, too.
You shouldn't take it so seriously. You make it sound like "I can't do iCS so this means I'm not good with Ivy" or something... the move was designed to troll Ivy players, you should have realized that by now.
Also, Daishi does play the game, and he's good at it.
Yes, I agree with this. The prebuffer step CS has way more utility than iCS, espcially since iCS/CS clean hit are not that different damage wise. It really freaks people out when you CS while walking around.