It could be a thin planchet or perhaps a tapered planchet, but LPS still looks more likely to me because of the poorly formed rims on half of each side of the coin (almost gone from K4 to K10) and the similarity in the weakness on both sides.
Look (sic) pressure doesn't form any rims at all and just a shadow of a strike:
That is entirely dependent on the amount of pressure applied in a low pressure strike. Your Ike example is an extremely low pressure strike, thus almost no devices came through.
This Andrew Jackson $1 example shows a much stronger central area strike but poor rims and symmetrical weakness of rim area devices:https://www.error-ref.com/?s=low+pressure