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PostPosted: 06 Dec 2017, 16:03 
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Blade: Butterfly Timo Ball allro
FH: Rakza 7 2,0mm
BH: Keiler 1,5 mm
Hi,

Can you give me tips?

I just bought me my firts pimple rubber and its 1,5mm keiler. Im trying to learn to play with it in my BH. I have practised now 2 times with it and its quite fun to play with. I dont know what is the best way to practise with it. I mean is there any videos in net where I can see techniques how to play with this keiler? I feel this rubber more attacking one. I like to play near table.
My blade is butterfly Timo Ball allround and I dont wanna change it because my forehand rubber works well with that (rakza 7).

Bets Regars

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PostPosted: 06 Dec 2017, 17:32 
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Though this video relates to Keiler in 2.0mm thickness, this should give you some steer on how to use the rubber. Good luck!


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