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PostPosted: 22 Nov 2017, 08:09 
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Great match Amir!


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Great match Amir!


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PostPosted: 22 Nov 2017, 22:57 
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AA-Some nice forehands mate.Forehand RITC Friendship 802 2.2-i may try that rubber.it looks cheap enough
Can i also ask why you use s/p instead of inverted


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PostPosted: 19 Dec 2017, 04:05 
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new video, playing with the horrible butterfly g40 ball. sometimes it has a life of its own..the only thing thats good about it is that attacks with the slick anti are more effective which is due to the weight of the ball, the sinking effect is stronger.


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PostPosted: 19 Dec 2017, 06:35 
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hi AA do you know if sauer troger zargus is like waran or less sink ?and also would appreciate if someone has tried hass


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PostPosted: 19 Dec 2017, 08:05 
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Nice match Amir! If you were having trouble with the ball, I sure couldn't tell. A couple service returns maybe?


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PostPosted: 19 Dec 2017, 10:37 
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@powerpips- thank you!

the leopard is rather fast, 2.0 would be far too fast on my gergely blade. i like the leopard because its rather insensitive to spin and i have good control with it.



what sp is best in terms of spin insensitivity or sink/ control ratio? burnout ? what sponge do you use with 802 and hardness?


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Great game! I could see that blocks was not as spinny as usually and that some service returns wasn’t as sharp as usually, but your BH attacks were very leathal and precise in placement - impressive!

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@powerpips- thank you!

the leopard is rather fast, 2.0 would be far too fast on my gergely blade. i like the leopard because its rather insensitive to spin and i have good control with it.



what sp is best in terms of spin insensitivity or sink/ control ratio? burnout ? what sponge do you use with 802 and hardness?


insensitive = breakout, pistol,
sink effect = ritc friendship 802 cream sponge, outkill, blowfish+, killer/pro (its a medium pip though)

i use the 802 with the cream sponge version currently

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AA wrote:
bbkon wrote:
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@powerpips- thank you!

the leopard is rather fast, 2.0 would be far too fast on my gergely blade. i like the leopard because its rather insensitive to spin and i have good control with it.



what sp is best in terms of spin insensitivity or sink/ control ratio? burnout ? what sponge do you use with 802 and hardness?


insensitive = breakout, pistol,
sink effect = ritc friendship 802 cream sponge, outkill, blowfish+, killer/pro (its a medium pip though)

i use the 802 with the cream sponge version currently



interesting about outkill never heard an opinion about this pip. can you give me some review about outkill?

and what do you think the latest sauer troger sp named zargus and hass?

thank you AA!


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AA wrote:
bbkon wrote:
AA wrote:
@powerpips- thank you!

the leopard is rather fast, 2.0 would be far too fast on my gergely blade. i like the leopard because its rather insensitive to spin and i have good control with it.



what sp is best in terms of spin insensitivity or sink/ control ratio? burnout ? what sponge do you use with 802 and hardness?


insensitive = breakout, pistol,
sink effect = ritc friendship 802 cream sponge, outkill, blowfish+, killer/pro (its a medium pip though)

i use the 802 with the cream sponge version currently


Hi.AA can you compare 802 and outkill.in terms.of sink spin and control?

thank you


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Hi.AA can you compare 802 and outkill.in terms.of sink spin and control?

thank you


i am assuming you mean the cream sponge version of the 802? 802 has better control, outkill should have a stronger "sink-effect" and both are similar in terms of grip if i remember correctly. i however need to draw to your attention that the last time i had the outkill in my hand was quite a while back

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is the difference of control too big between outkill and 802?or it just like another high sink hard to control SP like blowfish+ 101?

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is the difference of control too big between outkill and 802?or it just like another high sink hard to control SP like blowfish+ 101?

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i dont think blowfish+ is hard to control..802 has better control, but outkill is more disruptive.

if you have further questions send me a private message :up:

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Hey Amir,

How did you find blades like the zhang jike or really fast carbon blades to work with the anti (mega block)? I seem to play the anti side better with those, so is it really just the forehand being touchy/too speedy at that point?

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