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PostPosted: 08 Mar 2015, 21:33 
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Hi! I am new here. I always read reviews and ideas in this forum to improve how I play Table Tennis.
I use a Yinhe N9 blade with Haifu Shark 2 (factory tuned) on FH and Yinhe Moon (factory tuned) on BH. Now I want to change the FH to Yinhe Jupiter (factory tuned).
How will my combination play?
My strategy is 3rd ball or 4th ball loop attack from near the table or mid distance. I seldom play very far from the table. Will this combination help me in my loops?
Yinhe N9 itself is high throw blade because it has some flex. What about changing my blade to yinhe W6? Will it be better for looping?
Any suggestions for other good and cheap chinese rubbers with high throw I can try?
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Yinhe N11 with Apollo iii and 9000 on the backhand...... :lol:

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PostPosted: 10 Mar 2015, 02:38 
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W-6 is called loop king so it makes sense to use it for looping game :-) I heard it is great blade.
I ordered it a few days ago and it is going to be my next blade. I plan to try these cheap and fine Chinese rubbers on it:

Friendship Super FX
Friendship Cream transcend
Friendship Faster
Friendship Higher
Friendship XET Xi-Enting
Friendship Focus III snipe
Friendship 729-5
Friendship RITC General
Reactor Corbor
Reactor Thunder
Kokutaku BLutenkirsche 868

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PostPosted: 12 Mar 2015, 12:08 
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Please post a review of the w6 here. Would like to know how it plays.
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PostPosted: 12 Mar 2015, 12:29 
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My favorite blade. I have four of them. :)


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You must have walked under a lot of ladders in your day Hookshot to expect to break 3 blades! :o My current blade just celebrated its 26th birthday. :)


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carbonman wrote:
You must have walked under a lot of ladders in your day Hookshot to expect to break 3 blades! :o My current blade just celebrated its 26th birthday. :)

Some people like to try different rubbers while keeping the blade constant.


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Jupiter is SLOW, but you can spin all day.

Apollo is a decent fast rubber on a fast blade.

I have always advocated teh 896 as a bargain basement balde for a spin oriented OFF game when you are in between main bats. W6 will spin too with some vibration.

I am suprised Hookshot took time out of his hunting and fishing to talk about only the W6... when he also likes the W1 a lot too.

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Whoops,,,Thanks Der.
W-1 is my fav and I do have 4. Also used the w-6.

One is for competition only. Seemiller with anti one side.
One is for practice. (Identical)
One is double inverted that I use for coaching. (slower rubbers) Shakehand.
One is my blade for trying different rubbers.

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U R ready to "Make my Day" with all those setups so handy.

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carbonman wrote:
You must have walked under a lot of ladders in your day Hookshot to expect to break 3 blades! :o My current blade just celebrated its 26th birthday. :)


I've got three N11s (mainly because I like to try different rubber sheets). They're nice, and cheap enough.

Aside from the N11s I have one N6 (similar but faster), a W6 and a 896. And a bunch of blades from other manufacturers.

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Ive got 2: a comp bat and a coaching bat. I think most people in my pennant grade have one or two. There's a guy at our club who ia around section 6 or 7 standard and has 100ish top quality bats with rubber - $15-20,000 worth. He's just a little above a beginner, can barely topspin, and would struggle to hit 4 or 5 basic pushes or counterhits on in a row. It really would make no difference what he used. I will never understand but if it makes him happy...


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I've got an N 11, nice bat but handle is a bit splintery. Every time i take it out the case is seems to raise a splinter.

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Sudeeppa wrote:
Please post a review of the w6 here. Would like to know how it plays.
Thanks

Not a review. To early for something serious.
My first impressions (after 2 hours of play with Friendship Cream transcend) of W-6 are positive of course...
Control and stability of this blade are impeccable. It loops really well but "loop king" is exaggeration. Lot of blades loop just as well as W-6. Best feature from first two hours is very safe and strong backhand shot. You can counter forehand on opponents forehand side with no trouble at all. Cream transcend is a bit beginners rubber (great control but average speed and spin) so I think this blade is going to really shine with something with more spin.

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