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 Post subject: Giving Anti a try?
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What are the disadvantages of anti as compared with LPs? Specifically I'm thinking about slowness and reversal. Particularly I'm looking at switching from POGO LPs to Yasaka anti power. Yasaka AP is all I can afford. How does slowness as passive reversal close-to-table compare? Does a thicker sponge translate to slower play?

I heard only blocks and chops are possible with anti. Is that true? Are "loops" and hits no go?

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 Post subject: Re: Giving Anti a try?
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What are the disadvantages of anti as compared with LPs? Specifically I'm thinking about slowness and reversal. Particularly I'm looking at switching from POGO LPs to Yasaka anti power. Yasaka AP is all I can afford. How does slowness as passive reversal close-to-table compare? Does a thicker sponge translate to slower play?

I heard only blocks and chops are possible with anti. Is that true? Are "loops" and hits no go?

Thank you in advance,

yap is fast and you can hit with it on the b/h-its very good for chopping.its not great on blocking very hard topspins though as its fastish.
your blade should be fine for it.2mm thickness is nice.i used yap and then juic neo as it was slower.im now on best anti.i dont think you get much reversal at all on passive blocks.chops are the way to go imho

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