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Author:  sirius13phobos [ 04 Nov 2015, 23:52 ]
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Hey for everyone
Here is my personal blog
I'm from Ukraine. My style is defence.
I'm playing with BTY defence alpha+tsp triple spin chop 1.1+milky way neptune 0,7
Here is also my channel on youtube

http://www.youtube.com/user/sirius13PHOBOS

and also russian-english blog(you have just to scroll down to english version)

http://ttbro.blogspot.com/

Author:  Def-attack [ 05 Nov 2015, 00:23 ]
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You play good :clap:! If you want to discuss your game here in this forum (which I hope you will) you should embedd some of those videos and write some more about your playing.

Author:  sirius13phobos [ 05 Nov 2015, 00:24 ]
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Good day to all!
So, as I promised to present to you an review of Neptune rubber with spong thickness of 0.7 mm. I played it for about a month. The main challenge was the Ukrainian regional league, the first round which ended 10/31/2015. I have to say - this is not an analogue of TSP Curl P1R, but very close to it. You can play in defence with this rubber as well as in the classics and to play in the attack, but first things first

Playing on the table

Playing on the table si control, the ball flies, lays down where necessary. With that you can adjust the length of that for me has always been a problem. This pips likes running with a hand and extremely fond of sudden movements. That is, if you want to give the ball a strong spin - it is necessary to hold the ball across the paddle, to do everything skillfully and competently. Then I can guarantee that the rubber will not fail. For me is also very important in my game is the float. The best way to do this element without sponge. Neptune on the sponge 0.7 also copes with this task. But it needs more work because by sponge ball can fly. It is necessary to do with feeling.

Choping

The main advantage of Neptune rubber is chop. But it should be noted immediately that the rubber requires cutting the ball. This is very important. On the first day of competition at me all took off. Then he began to cut the ball lower and do the wiring. Several times I returned almost hopeless balls. Under normal conditions, chop is lower with a good back rotation.However in the video look.

Hitting

Beat well as a control, it is not difficult to do. Although it is for me and the intermediate element, but it saved me a few times.

Verdict

So in the end we got a budget, control pips for classic defenders with the elements of attack. TTBrothers_ recommends!

Best regards
TTBrothers_ Channel

P.S. original version on my blog
http://ttbro.blogspot.com/

Author:  sirius13phobos [ 05 Nov 2015, 00:25 ]
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That's my last game in Ukrainian club championship



Author:  Pipsy [ 05 Nov 2015, 08:13 ]
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Hi Sirius!

Exciting first set. And what a final point in the last :lol:

I was surprised you could still loop so well at occasions with a 1.1mm inverted. Well played, good twiddling. It would be even better if you gained a little more consistency in your defence and if you stopped attacking his services ;-)

You're playing the BTY Defence Alpha blade, as so many other Ukrainian and Russian players. Elsewhere you don't see that blade often. Any idea why? It is such a huge oversized blade, must have limited manouvrability... Have you ever tried the JSH-blade, which is normally oversized :lol: , great for attacking and good for producing fast & low deep chops...

Author:  BeGo [ 05 Nov 2015, 09:28 ]
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I already following your vlog long,

You can say than your video is one of the reason I insist on keeping my Alpha. ;)

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Author:  RebornTTEvnglist [ 05 Nov 2015, 14:53 ]
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Thanks for starting the blog within the forum Sirius, and its already going well here by the looks. :up:

Author:  sirius13phobos [ 05 Nov 2015, 15:46 ]
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Quote:
I was surprised you could still loop so well at occasions with a 1.1mm inverted. Well played, good twiddling. It would be even better if you gained a little more consistency in your defence and if you stopped attacking his services ;-)

You're playing the BTY Defence Alpha blade, as so many other Ukrainian and Russian players. Elsewhere you don't see that blade often. Any idea why?


This blade was very popular in our country. It's classic defence old school from USSR. And I have to say that Alpha is great blade for classic defence.

Quote:
It is such a huge oversized blade, must have limited manouvrability... Have you ever tried the JSH-blade, which is normally oversized :lol: , great for attacking and good for producing fast & low deep chops...


You're right. Because of large blage it has limited manouvrability and sometimes it's great problem. I didn't tried JSH blade but try to play matsushita pro model. It's has great control but also more speed. That's why I afraid that it would be fast for me. But after second tour of regional league I try it with current rubbers

Author:  sirius13phobos [ 05 Nov 2015, 15:50 ]
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By the way
Spinlord marder 1.2(and not only 1.2 I think) is great rubber for defence alpha

Here is forehand chop


Author:  Japsican [ 05 Nov 2015, 23:12 ]
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sirius13phobos wrote:
That's my last game in Ukrainian club championship



Aha! I recognize that gym as the same location that Nikolay Telnoy plays in.

Excellent video and nice play Sirius! I too will be following your blog.

Author:  sirius13phobos [ 05 Nov 2015, 23:30 ]
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Japsican wrote:
sirius13phobos wrote:
That's my last game in Ukrainian club championship



Aha! I recognize that gym as the same location that Nikolay Telnoy plays in.

Excellent video and nice play Sirius! I too will be following your blog.


Thanks)

Author:  sirius13phobos [ 05 Nov 2015, 23:36 ]
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And I want to ask you to subscribe on my channel and like my videos)
I will be very appreciate for that

https://www.youtube.com/user/sirius13PHOBOS

Author:  sirius13phobos [ 05 Nov 2015, 23:50 ]
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Another game in the day before. Here I had some problems with Neptune because of move wiring. The move was short an because of it a lot of balls fly out of the table.


Author:  Japsican [ 06 Nov 2015, 00:11 ]
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sirius13phobos wrote:
And I want to ask you to subscribe on my channel and like my videos)
I will be very appreciate for that

https://www.youtube.com/user/sirius13PHOBOS

Done...

Author:  Japsican [ 06 Nov 2015, 00:12 ]
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Quote:
because of move wiring


Can you clarify what this means? "Move wiring."

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