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 Post subject: aztec hardbat rules
PostPosted: 21 Oct 2018, 07:33 
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Our aztec hardbat tornaments rules (Mexico)
4 services each // 10-0 points win or first 16 win
any single RACKET COVERING // no sponge
similar color covering each side=same covering
Any blade
service and game same as ittf rules

or 2 colors coverings=not the same blade coverings
(2019 8-0 points win )


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 Post subject: Re: aztec hardbat rules
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some guys try to play without covering on blade but need some covering and we put soft thick catrdboard on that blades


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 Post subject: Re: aztec hardbat rules
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Sounds almost like Liha. How long has this been going on?

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 Post subject: Re: aztec hardbat rules
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14 tornaments only 2017/2018 here mexico city and work to expand


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 Post subject: Re: aztec hardbat rules
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Aztec Hardbat rules - eat your (or someone else's preferably) heart out, ordinary hardbat.

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 Post subject: Re: aztec hardbat rules
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When did it start? From what I've heard, liha had been going on for decades (or at least years) before people outside the Phillipines ever heard about it.

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 Post subject: Re: aztec hardbat rules
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We put some cloth or thin cardboard in to the blade blade/cloth/pimples rubber to make it slow and some spin


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 Post subject: Re: aztec hardbat rules
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What's the thinking behind the 10 and 8 point games?

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iskandar taib wrote:
What's the thinking behind the 10 and 8 point games?

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no loose time whith bad players (we need a ranking system)


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 Post subject: Re: aztec hardbat rules
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Ah... So I take it you have LOTS of entries, and players vary in quality quite a bit. Yeah, you'll need some sort of ranking system, otherwise the not-so-good players will get kicked out early, don't get to play much and probably won't come back for the next tournament.. :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: aztec hardbat rules
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iskandar taib wrote:
Ah... So I take it you have LOTS of entries, and players vary in quality quite a bit. Yeah, you'll need some sort of ranking system, otherwise the not-so-good players will get kicked out early, don't get to play much and probably won't come back for the next tournament.. :lol:

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In Europe, we use the Ratings Central system for our ranking, you can use it for table tennis, hardbat and sandpaper : https://www.ratingscentral.com/Home.php
Here is the explanation in Spanish (for "spanner") : https://www.ratingscentral.com/HowItWorksSpanish.php

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