Frictionless Antispin vs Dr. Neubauer Super Block OX

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Hi,

Just to let you know that Dr Neubauer super block has been banned for some time now as it was part of the old 'frictionless' pimples era. it's ok to practice with and mess around, but not legal to use in any competition.

with the glanti rubber you are asking about, I would imagine the reversal will be about the same. Both rubbers will create very high spin reversal

If you plan to stick with either of these rubbers, glanti will be the best choice as its legal to use and super block isn't 👍🏻
 
This user has no status.
Hi,

Just to let you know that Dr Neubauer super block has been banned for some time now as it was part of the old 'frictionless' pimples era. it's ok to practice with and mess around, but not legal to use in any competition.

with the glanti rubber you are asking about, I would imagine the reversal will be about the same. Both rubbers will create very high spin reversal

If you plan to stick with either of these rubbers, glanti will be the best choice as its legal to use and super block isn't 👍🏻
It's only illegal at the ITTF tournaments, 95% of the table tennis players do not participate in such tournaments, so it's all good.
 
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