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PostPosted: 05 Dec 2011, 10:02 
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There are many different varieties of antispin rubbers, but how do we use them? There are no antispin coaches. There are no books on using antispin. And there is very little information online for playing these rubbers.

We would like to change that, but we need your help.

Kees came up with a great idea to establish a new section dedicated to discussing, analyzing and demystifying antispin rubbers.

Everyone is encouraged to post videos of antispin players and to join in the conversation.

Share your experiences playing with antispin or against anti. Let's examine what tactics good anti players use to win, as well as which avoidable mistakes can cause anti players to lose. Let's study how anti fits into different game styles and systems. And, if you know of any Youtube videos of antispin players, please let us know.

In short, the goal of this new section is to create the ultimate resource for all of us to learn to play and improve with this widely misunderstood category of rubber.

The new section is located in a subforum located in our antispin rubbers section.


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Great effort and initiative, both MNNB and Kees! :up: :clap: :clap: :clap:

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