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  1. Using common TT sense - the chances that you are...

    Using common TT sense - the chances that you are serious about TT are not particularly high, as you would know that the idea of changing both the blad and rubbers in order to improve your game is...
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  2. You say Chinese style is too difficult for you...

    You say Chinese style is too difficult for you yet you use H3 Neo on backhand and you claim that your backhand is very good. Your original post was about a recommendation for your backhand. And then,...
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  3. Okay, I've found some good sources of...

    Okay, I've found some good sources of information, and according to them, BD4 is very different from the original BD. Allegedly, a different technology used, and compared to BD, it is practically a...
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  4. I can see this is a year-old topic, but I believe...

    I can see this is a year-old topic, but I believe there are some of you who have something to say about BD 4. I am interested in this rubber, and I've recently read somewhere that it's a power...
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  5. Isn't there a big difference between red and...

    Isn't there a big difference between red and black sheets of tg3-60?
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  6. Try Battle II Provincial 38 degrees, it's cheap,...

    Try Battle II Provincial 38 degrees, it's cheap, feels softer, like 37, and it is a very good choice.
  7. I can tell you something - if you aren't going to...

    I can tell you something - if you aren't going to spend some serious practice time with these rubbers, you are going to be stuck in a neverending circle of trying and changing them to new ones.

    G1...
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  8. Well, consider what kind of rubber would be a...

    Well, consider what kind of rubber would be a controlled one for you. Rakza 7 is very bouncy and not the most spin insensitive rubber out there, therefore you may encounter similar problems with it...
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  9. Hi, Limber is a much slower rubber. Very...

    Hi, Limber is a much slower rubber. Very controllable, and surprising ratio between spin you can make and spin insensivity. Short game also not bad at all for a soft rubber.

    However, I would...
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  10. Well, they're much softer, especially R37,...

    Well, they're much softer, especially R37, obviously. I had a chance to face a guy playing R37 on both sides of Boll ALC. And experienced player, spin-based game, very consistent. Generally, softer...
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  11. I'd get r47 with a thinner sponge if I were you,...

    I'd get r47 with a thinner sponge if I were you, it might be the best solution to your problem, as you don't need to spend time and resources tryinf (and getting used to) a new rubber.
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  12. Just get yourself new rubbers, as someone said....

    Just get yourself new rubbers, as someone said. Since you've been playing with your current bat for some time, you should be quite used to it.

    I'd try a 729 Focus Snipe rubber on your backand if...
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