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 Post subject: Qiu Jianxin- Cpen SP FH
PostPosted: 30 Nov 2014, 12:59 
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Just stumbled on this guy- he seems pretty good!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=92IODc7kjp0

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Thanks for the video.
-QJX was originally from China.
-Moved and settled in Germany. Played and coached there.
-Also spent time coaching Mitzutani and Koki Niwa in their junior years.
-very tricky serves and fast attack.


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Hey, thanks for posting!

It just doesn't stop to find all these people playing cpen. Qiu has a beautiful style.

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ilikepie wrote:
Just stumbled on this guy- he seems pretty good!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=92IODc7kjp0


What pips and blade?


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This was a while back. Short pips Chinese penhold used to be THE Chinese style (though by the 1990s this was not true any more). Note Grubba keeps putting the ball in the net - overestimating the topspin, I think (most people he played against used inverted).



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