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    Killing the Robot - Post Your Video

    I don't have any video to post here yet but this thread is about killing the robot (or your multiball partner) when practicing. Feel free to practice something crazy like putting the robot on superheavy backspin and performing 10 Ma Long loop kills or something like that. Don't get injured though. Around the net shots also work - anything spectacular!

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    Here is the proposed first drill:

    Quote Originally Posted by slimjimmii
    i think simple topspin against backspin at one point of the table. should be much backspin otherwise it is too easy for us. I saw how you did it and with little backspin it would took some dozens of topspins to make first mistake...?

    We can do this with fore- and backhand and when we are advanced we can expand this and combine fore- and backhand like in your video (at two different points) or like me (at one point at table).

    Thread title, to find it easily, could be "Repitition Contest with Robot (and diverse strokes)"

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