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  1. Xiom tau ii

    Xiom tau ii
  2. A fast, quite hard, typical blocking rubber is...

    A fast, quite hard, typical blocking rubber is Loki T3.
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  3. Check out Pimplepark Epos. It's max in 1.9mm, and...

    Check out Pimplepark Epos. It's max in 1.9mm, and it's really controllable allround rubber with really good grip and a mild catapult, so the ball will not bounce too much.
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  4. Well. Regarding amateurs and tacky rubbers. I...

    Well. Regarding amateurs and tacky rubbers. I never needed any coaching regarding using these rubbers. It just has to do with how you play and where you are heading with your play style. It's not...
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  5. Are we talking rubbers now? ;)

    Are we talking rubbers now? ;)
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  6. https://www.joola.shop/en/tables/competition-table...

    https://www.joola.shop/en/tables/competition-tables/5359/joola-world-cup-25-s-ittf
    Topic: two tables
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  7. Well. It gets more lively, and it's quite...

    Well. It gets more lively, and it's quite individual what fits, so try without booster first and boost a bit after a couple of training sessions to see if it fits you better. :)
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  8. For backhand I use to boost it a couple of layers...

    For backhand I use to boost it a couple of layers of TTRevolution X-treme booster or Haifu, but I need a bit more bounce there because of my bad technique :)
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  9. Actually it works fine for forehand as well. :)

    Actually it works fine for forehand as well. :)
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  10. Check out Yinhe Big Dipper 38deg. That one could...

    Check out Yinhe Big Dipper 38deg. That one could be just what you need for your backhand.
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  11. Well. I think it's like Duke says, and what is...

    Well. I think it's like Duke says, and what is perfect for your speed and power is very individual. But I've tried a lot of tacky rubbers, mostly Chinese, and H3 with a hard sponge and some booster...
  12. No. Sorry. Only the 2-pack Corbor rubber, but...

    No. Sorry. Only the 2-pack Corbor rubber, but that's not something that sells so much anyway.
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  13. Ok. But then you're already on the inside. ;) And...

    Ok. But then you're already on the inside. ;) And you might order a lot as well?
    No I don't think there are so many distributors here. We have one major distributor (Pingmaster) in Italy, but Yinhe...
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  14. I'm selling in Sweden mainly, but also possible...

    I'm selling in Sweden mainly, but also possible to order from other countries in the EU.
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  15. Yep :) I'm mainly selling Asian stuff, all in...

    Yep :) I'm mainly selling Asian stuff, all in very small volumes so far, so I can't buy from DHS directly for example. The ones I have most of now is 729, Dawei, LOKI, Pimplepark, Sanwei and...
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  16. I didn't play with it the latest, but it sounds...

    I didn't play with it the latest, but it sounds like they are quite similar.
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  17. Yep. Like said earlier. It's the moist and sweat...

    Yep. Like said earlier. It's the moist and sweat from hands making the rubbers not grip the ball allright. It happens sometimes. I attended to a tournament where I at the afternoon couldn't loop at...
  18. Go for a 5-ply wooden blade like Sanwei...

    Go for a 5-ply wooden blade like Sanwei Accumulator S, Loki V5, Haitian Y1 or something similar and a couple of Pimplepark - Epos. Super rubber with a mild catapult and good grip. Max is 1.9mm and it...
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  19. It could be, if you put in on your backhand ;)

    It could be, if you put in on your backhand ;)
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  20. Tenergy will give you a high arc with many...

    Tenergy will give you a high arc with many blades. Why don't you try something more linear instead of Butterfly rubbers? I mean that while finding out what's best for you, you'll waste a lot of money...
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  21. What did you use before, and did that work...

    What did you use before, and did that work better? For how long have you played?
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  22. Well. It's not that super fast, but I had...

    Well. It's not that super fast, but I had problems using H3 41deg on forehand. Had to use Yinhe Big Dipper 38/39deg with a shorter trajectory, and softer feel to land the loops on the table. I guess...
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  23. This one is very fast. A little too fast for me....

    This one is very fast. A little too fast for me. I'm using Yinhe V14 PRO now, and that's quite fast as well. But it got good feeling as well, so it's not just a speed demon :)
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  24. If you're new to the game, go with an allround...

    If you're new to the game, go with an allround blade like Sanwei - Accumulator S and a couple of cheap allround rubbers like Kokutaku - 868 Blütenkirsche. There are many good setups for a beginner,...
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  25. I feel that the N80 is like a mushy H3, giving...

    I feel that the N80 is like a mushy H3, giving almost the spin as H3 but softer in blocks. So perhaps between H3 and BD then.
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