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PostPosted: 03 Apr 2018, 11:07 
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, to add my LP repetoire, cause I have never played this kind of rubber :)

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I think the Phantom 0011 (or was it 0012) was very grippy. The TSP P-4 is quite grippy and soft, Curl P-H grippy and hard. JUIC Leggy is another, but last time I tried these they did not last very long.

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PostPosted: 03 Apr 2018, 19:13 
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Thanks! Would try each. :)

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PostPosted: 04 Apr 2018, 08:20 
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Butterfly Feint Long III.

I'm currently testing this rubber and it practically plays like Tackiness Chop. It's only worth trying though if you want control over levels of backspin while retaining the forgiveness of LPs. Very slow, but great control.

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I don't know if there is such a thing but I play with the Curl P4 and it's pretty grippy. It still plays and acts like an LP but it's grippy enough that at times you can force people to net a heavy push.


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PostPosted: 05 Apr 2018, 04:32 
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I assume by tacky you mean "grippy."

P4 and FL3 are the grippiest. Full stop. I have heard Leggy Defense is grippy, but I haven't played it.

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Imagine if tacky long pips DID exist, and by "tacky" I mean sticky, in the same sense that Hurricane 3 is sticky. I wonder what those would play like :^)

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I think it would be even more spin sensitive than tacky inverted, especially if the stalks were tacky as well.


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PostPosted: 05 Apr 2018, 09:30 
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Japsican wrote:
I assume by tacky you mean "grippy."

P4 and FL3 are the grippiest. Full stop. I have heard Leggy Defense is grippy, but I haven't played it.
I did try FL2 back then. :)

But yeah, I really means H3 tacky as opposed to grippy like Tackiness Chop, Stranger, and Neptune. xD

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PostPosted: 05 Apr 2018, 09:36 
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Dusty054 wrote:
I think it would be even more spin sensitive than tacky inverted, especially if the stalks were tacky as well.
I wonder why it hasn't been made. :(



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BeGo wrote:
Dusty054 wrote:
I think it would be even more spin sensitive than tacky inverted, especially if the stalks were tacky as well.
I wonder why it hasn't been made. :(


Maybe because....

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PostPosted: 05 Apr 2018, 18:23 
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Imagine if tacky long pips DID exist, and by "tacky" I mean sticky, in the same sense that Hurricane 3 is sticky. I wonder what those would play like :^)

Such LP exist, for example Superwall by Der Materialspezialist. I used it with 0.5 mm sponge for 1,5 years. As long as the rubber is clean and not too old, you can lift a ball from the table with the pimple-free area, i.e. at the bottom of the rubber.

It does not play that much different from FLIII: slow, spin-sensitive, but offers noticeably deception. It's especially good for mid-distance chop/chop blocks. The sponge is medium, not soft.

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