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Im currently using best anti and have no trouble with serves(league level div 1)
Im enjoying practicing with dtecs in ox and believe from what ive read that they are insensitive to spin,
Is it easy to play back very difficult serves with this rubber.
I have received some serves from lower level players and i just push back off the bounce.this causes a nasty return.


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peterpong wrote:
Im currently using best anti and have no trouble with serves(league level div 1)
Im enjoying practicing with dtecs in ox and believe from what ive read that they are insensitive to spin,
Is it easy to play back very difficult serves with this rubber.
I have received some serves from lower level players and i just push back off the bounce.this causes a nasty return.


Wow, an ultra def player Peter, anti and lp ox, !!!!!! Amazing!!!!!!

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PostPosted: 21 Feb 2018, 00:39 
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^^Its a work in progress mate.It may be abandoned.I may just try and get easy returns from the nasty dtecs and get the forehand asap.


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That's a coincidence. I've been using DTecs OX/Best Anti 1.3 recently with pretty good results. The only problem is without my heavy underspin serves I'm getting killed on serving. If I could figure that out I'd be happy.

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Another twist to your coincidence is the fact that i am going to buy the dr n barricade-im picking one up on friday second hand.
against very good players i usually serve a backspin motion with the anti to confuse.you should start a thread on the dr n barricade defence blade :Defense:


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Another twist to your coincidence is the fact that i am going to buy the dr n barricade-im picking one up on friday second hand.
against very good players i usually serve a backspin motion with the anti to confuse.you should start a thread on the dr n barricade defence blade :Defense:

I've been using an old TTMaster blade with this setup

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Another twist to your coincidence is the fact that i am going to buy the dr n barricade-im picking one up on friday second hand.
against very good players i usually serve a backspin motion with the anti to confuse.you should start a thread on the dr n barricade defence blade :Defense:


I have Barricade and I'm still trying to figure out what is it good for. Absolutely the slowest blade I've seen, plus I've put LP and slow inverted on it :?: . Struggled to put ball over the net. Which style is it best suited for?

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peterpong wrote:
Another twist to your coincidence is the fact that i am going to buy the dr n barricade-im picking one up on friday second hand.
against very good players i usually serve a backspin motion with the anti to confuse.you should start a thread on the dr n barricade defence blade :Defense:


I have Barricade and I'm still trying to figure out what is it good for. Absolutely the slowest blade I've seen, plus I've put LP and slow inverted on it :?: . Struggled to put ball over the net. Which style is it best suited for?

Just really good control and flat smashing. It works for players who stand at the table with lousy footwork and block down opponents.

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pgpg wrote:
peterpong wrote:
Another twist to your coincidence is the fact that i am going to buy the dr n barricade-im picking one up on friday second hand.
against very good players i usually serve a backspin motion with the anti to confuse.you should start a thread on the dr n barricade defence blade :Defense:


I have Barricade and I'm still trying to figure out what is it good for. Absolutely the slowest blade I've seen, plus I've put LP and slow inverted on it :?: . Struggled to put ball over the net. Which style is it best suited for?

Just really good control and flat smashing. It works for players who stand at the table with lousy footwork and block down opponents.


Alright, I'll give it another chance then.

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You want to do acute side-to-side angle blocking and if they pop it up flat hit it.

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I have Barricade and I'm still trying to figure out what is it good for. Absolutely the slowest blade I've seen, plus I've put LP and slow inverted on it :?: . Struggled to put ball over the net. Which style is it best suited for?


I think the Barricade is too slow also. But this guy uses one with good results: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNffAH94Ono&t=905s

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That's a coincidence. I've been using DTecs OX/Best Anti 1.3 recently with pretty good results. The only problem is without my heavy underspin serves I'm getting killed on serving. If I could figure that out I'd be happy.

4-0 with this crazy setup tonight against mediocre competition, but really had fun. :Chop:
Nittaku Anti way better than Butterfly. :up:

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mynamenotbob wrote:
That's a coincidence. I've been using DTecs OX/Best Anti 1.3 recently with pretty good results. The only problem is without my heavy underspin serves I'm getting killed on serving. If I could figure that out I'd be happy.

4-0 with this crazy setup tonight against mediocre competition, but really had fun. :Chop:
Nittaku Anti way better than Butterfly. :up:

i really didnt like butterfly anti.i have tried the old version (slow)and the new version fast.terrible for chops.NBA has amazing control.the set up above is good but the loop is gone on the f/h.if you get used to twiddling i think it will annoy people like hell.i have seen someone else use a similar set up-he uses yasaka anti power on the forehand-this would give more power and the anti is softer.


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