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I have started to try this pip 1.0 mm. Yeah it's not bad, quite pacey, springy. So when far from table don't need huge action. For hitting it's pretty good with a proper forward and upward method. Moving ball around table works well. Blocks and pushes pretty good. Variation is ok. But not spectacular. I have on another blade, curl p1r .5mm, and, this is lot slower but does seem to have more spin and variation on chops. kinda wished id gotten the curl in 1.0mm now, as this may be quicker and have more dimensions. The agenda pip is good quality too. No pip loss as yet. This suits a more classic chop style I think. I am an anti player for long time after frictionless pips so find so hard to commit to any pip as yet. With my anti, I've learnt total control. It's this control that I can lead the game mostly, coming round for the normal rev.


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Gazzatron wrote:
I have started to try this pip 1.0 mm. Yeah it's not bad, quite pacey, springy. So when far from table don't need huge action. For hitting it's pretty good with a proper forward and upward method. Moving ball around table works well. Blocks and pushes pretty good. Variation is ok. But not spectacular. I have on another blade, curl p1r .5mm, and, this is lot slower but does seem to have more spin and variation on chops. kinda wished id gotten the curl in 1.0mm now, as this may be quicker and have more dimensions. The agenda pip is good quality too. No pip loss as yet. This suits a more classic chop style I think. I am an anti player for long time after frictionless pips so find so hard to commit to any pip as yet. With my anti, I've learnt total control. It's this control that I can lead the game mostly, coming round for the normal rev.

I played quite a while with Agenda 1.0 and I did well in tournaments. It's very safe for "non-grippy" chopping. It's also good or decent at the table play, but it lacked active possibilities for me.


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