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PostPosted: 19 May 2016, 07:52 
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I was wondering what top penhold players (past and present) mainly used pips? I know of liu guoliang, jiang jialiang, and he zhi wen.


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Present: Can't think of any PH players at the very top. SH players have an advantage with the larger ball.

Past: Many
Men: Zhuang Zedong, Mitsuru Kohno, Jiang Jialiang, Kim Ki-Taik, Liu Guoliang.
Ladies: Zhang Li, Dai Lili, Gao Jun, Hyun Jung-Hwa.


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Short pips on Chinese penhold used to be the predominant style in China, pre-1970s. There were two grad students from China at the University I was attending, forget the year, late 80s/early 90s I think - we didn't see much of the woman but she was actually better than the man. Both were second tier Chinese national team players, I don't recall their names. We took the guy to a couple tournaments, he ended up winning the Open events. The second time, he'd just bought a car and it was a bit of an adventure - he'd try to get up hills in fifth gear. He had some sheets of rubber to sell, too, just the topsheets. He said once you got a sheet of sponge you liked, you'd just change topsheets now and then.

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depends on your definition of "top"...top 10 or 100? women...men? :-)

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AA wrote:
depends on your definition of "top"...top 10 or 100? women...men? :-)

Top 100, male or female


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