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PostPosted: 21 Apr 2010, 06:17 
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mynamenotbob wrote:
Medium pips are a very specialized classification of pips in the gray zone between long pips and short pips. If you want some of the disruptive effects of long pips combined with the attacking ability of short pips, these pips may be a category to consider.

Some medium pips currently on the market are:

Dr. N Diamant
TSP Millitall
Gambler Peacekeeper
Nittaku Pimplemini
Friendship 563
Friendship 563-1
Hallmark Half Long
Hallmark Panther
Milky Way Pluto
Dawei 388C-1
Kokutaku Tulpe 110
Palio WP1013
Double Fish 820A
Globe 888
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DHS C-7
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Armstrong Attack 8M
Bomb King Roc

Winning NP 6 could be added to the list.
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I think Friendship 799 is a medium pip.


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Melarimsa wrote:
TSP Curl 2, is very hard to find ...

It's because Dickie Fleischer is buying all of them ;)

Actually, there is one place in the US that has it in stock in both colors..

http://www.tabletennisstore.us/p-64-tsp ... ubber.aspx

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What is a good MP rubber with sponge (1.5 mm or more) where the pips don't break easily? What are Miao Miao and other MP players using?


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speedspin wrote:
What is a good MP rubber with sponge (1.5 mm or more) where the pips don't break easily? What are Miao Miao and other MP players using?
Globe 888 in 1.8mm is very good medium pip. I also like Palio WP1013 in 1.5mm !

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what about Winning NP-2?

for the sake of satisfying my curiosity I bought one but haven't tried it

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Can we make a new list of MP rubbers as this one is outdated. I don't witch one are still good but know these one:

Millitall 11
Diamant
Der materialspezialist shockwave
Der materialspezialist Hellcat
neubauer agressor


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I just got done doing my first test with super knuckle... and baby! It meshed very well with my style of blocking and hitting. It does basically what the name says, and returns a usually dead ball or with slight reversal one way or the other -- you can also do active strokes to change the spin a little, but not much. Has less grip than feint long or p1-r curl for example. Much faster though. All in all I am very pleased with this baby in OX. Using it on a firewall plus... the honeymoon phase is certainly in full effect!


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are medium pips too. Im actually saving to buy one of these.


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I would add Spinlord Keiler.

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OK. I didn't suspect that many exist. I didn't heard that much about these MP. I look forward to discover them. I found that mp answer my problem of having the choice to vary from disturbance to "hard attack" without loosing too much control as LP tend to do. Am I right ? It is not what fukuara is doing with Armstrong 8 M ? I just bought Neubauer Agressor and the der Materialspezialist Shockwave. I'm going to open a forum on this and compare them to the Millital 11 I played for about 2 months.

Any other MP for the list ?


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Sauer & Troger Hipster. Anyone tried it?



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no never play but you can have description of the rubber at tt-maximum.com. It is slower than agressor or shockwave if you know them.

Is someone able to categorise the different MP ? Defense, all around, offense. At the table, mid-dist or far from the table?


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