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      The effect is indeed profound in the way that...

      The effect is indeed profound in the way that feel remains consistent, but all aspects of speed/spin/control are increased. And the rubber does not gain as much weight like with booster use. Speed...
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      Absolutely. The first time I met a real looper,...

      Absolutely. The first time I met a real looper, I wished I had spent more time learning short serve variations.
    3. Thread: Stiga quality

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      I feel like Stiga might be bi-polar when it comes...

      I feel like Stiga might be bi-polar when it comes to their QC.

      I have seen two samples of the Exclusive Offensive blade they made together with TTEX, and there was zero sloppiness that Carl...
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      Yes, I'm with Yogi. I noticed something about...

      Yes, I'm with Yogi. I noticed something about the timing too. The movement looks stiff. There's no need to be athletic, but with the ball contact, you should be able to feel it. Snap is a good...
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      "given" by whom? For me, high throw makes it...

      "given" by whom?

      For me, high throw makes it easier to serve, push, chop, drive, block, and loop. I find no reason to flat hit except to smash. T05 is relatively high throw, and it smashes quite...
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      Breathing is the foundation of Chi Gong and Tai...

      Breathing is the foundation of Chi Gong and Tai Chi. The "Chi" refers to how you breath in these practices. It translates well to all physical sports in how breathing affects the flow of your...
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      Welcome! Jpen players are becoming a rare breed....

      Welcome! Jpen players are becoming a rare breed. I can't wait to hear about your jpen experiences and equipment reviews!
    8. I think the reason why is the exorbitant cost and...

      I think the reason why is the exorbitant cost and the difficulty to obtain consistency from blade to blade. If you look at the old jpen 1-ply players, they tried to keep the same blade for as long...
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      Your story sounds just like mine with making the...

      Your story sounds just like mine with making the late switch to shakehand. But there's really no need to give up one for the other; play both! I know someone near the top in our league , and he...
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      This is so true. Hurricane feels super nice on...

      This is so true. Hurricane feels super nice on the Speed 90. But not all Hinoki feel the same. Speed 90 is the higher quality wood that you are talking about. It is "softer" compared to Speed 70,...
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      Experiment a little with your technique before...

      Experiment a little with your technique before changing equipment. Try this:
      Hit a few balls on the rise. Then hit a few balls at peak bounce. Then hit a few balls when the ball is dropping...
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      That's interesting. I wonder why Hybrid K1/k1+...

      That's interesting. I wonder why Hybrid K1/k1+ does not get wider distribution. I built my game around Hurricane 3, and I've been playing with Hybrid K1+ back to back (literally) with H3Neo for all...
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      He may not personally boost his MX-P, but MX-P is...

      He may not personally boost his MX-P, but MX-P is already factory boosted. Since he can choose the sponge hardness, or select
      the samples with more hardness, it might be possible for him to select...
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      It was quite shocking to me actually when I first...

      It was quite shocking to me actually when I first encountered a real looper. I was a solid classic drive player at the time, and everyone I played up to that point was the same type. And we all...
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      From my understanding, a drive is a topspin shot...

      From my understanding, a drive is a topspin shot with "plow through". When you see the pros warming up before a match, they are driving the ball. A proper loop has so much topspin that if you...
    16. It's true that you want to see the person play. ...

      It's true that you want to see the person play. Every individual has a different physical make up: skinny, big, long arms, short legs, small hands, big feet, etc. That individual build affects how...
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      My foundation was mainly built using H3/H3Neo. ...

      My foundation was mainly built using H3/H3Neo.

      Here is a short summary from my experience on a Walnut/Spruce blade:
      MXP is faster than G1, non linear, mid-throw, a bit more spin. Feels crisp on...
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      So true for a lot of people! Even the...

      So true for a lot of people!

      Even the slightest changes to the grip can affect learning forehand and backhand strokes consistently. It is very important to pay attention to the gripping of the...
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      Since you have some experience with your all wood...

      Since you have some experience with your all wood blade, do keep an open mind about trying out other blades if the opportunity knocks (like if your partner has an ALC carbon, ask to switch and hit...
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      Curiosity will always get the better of people. ...

      Curiosity will always get the better of people. A person learns and understands from experience, so I'm not against EJing.
      But what everyone says above is true. Learning to spin the ball and...
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      There are lots of cpen players at some of the...

      There are lots of cpen players at some of the clubs I play at (50%), and they almost all tend to use RPB. Only at the higher level club (ICC) are there nearly zero penholders. I think I'm among...
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      If your opponent flat hits when close to the...

      If your opponent flat hits when close to the table, they will not be able to flat hit a loop. In that position, their only option is to block.
      If they can flat hit your shot, then you're not...
    23. I find it annoying too. It really isn't...

      I find it annoying too. It really isn't necessary to grunt. There are classical instrumentalists that really get physical with their playing,
      and timing is really important, but they don't grunt....
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      Sorry if I'm a bit slow (too much work lately,...

      Sorry if I'm a bit slow (too much work lately, but my passion for the sport makes me sneak some time in here). I am particularly interested in Ma Long's grip change you mention. Is there a link...
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      Fakes are just plain bad no matter how you look...

      Fakes are just plain bad no matter how you look at it. You encourage counterfeiters, you fool yourself, and you might even end up unlawfully fooling someone else selling it second hand.
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