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PostPosted: 10 Jun 2019, 06:16 
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I have Been ising Dtechs 0,5 and 0,9 for about 5 years.
I play a chopping game and feel that the Dtech is Weak against
Spinless players.
Would you recomnend red or Black 1.0 for a chopping game ?
I Will be ising Tibhar Stratus Powerdefence.

Will I need to chance My stroke in order to make it World properly ?

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Blade: Butterfly JSH / Diode V
FH: Butterfly Rozena
BH: Tibhar D.TecS 0.5mm
There're probably a million threads on this topic already but I think that you will find that:
- P1R is a LOT slower than Dtecs
- P1R is a whole lot better at generating your own backspin so no spin players will be less of a problem
- P1R is easier to use if you want to execute inverted styled strokes but they will be pretty harmless due to the lack of speed
- P1R is more spin sensitive so you will need to read the incoming spin when receiving serves

.. and yes. Your chopping technique will need to be a bit different.


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[quote="mart1nandersson"]There're probably a million threads on this topic already but I think that you will find that:
- P1R is a LOT slower than Dtecs
- P1R is a whole lot better at generating your own backspin so no spin players will be less of a problem
- P1R is easier to use if you want to execute inverted styled strokes but they will be pretty harmless due to the lack of speed
- P1R is more spin sensitive so you will need to read the incoming spin when receiving serves

.. and yes. Your chopping technique will need to be a bit different.[/

Red or Black ?
Will red be less spin sensitive ?

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Blade: Butterfly JSH / Diode V
FH: Butterfly Rozena
BH: Tibhar D.TecS 0.5mm
I've only tried black but it's not Hurricane 3 we're talking about so the difference shouldn't be that dramatic.


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PostPosted: 10 Jun 2019, 15:34 
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I know what to expect when I move from Dtecs to P1r - my short game, serve returns and play against backspin will suck. :@ :lol: P1r needs just different skills.

Why don't you move to Troublemaker ox like everybody else? :lol: It's not so good against spinless balls, but otherwise nice with Joola CWX blade.


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I play a long distance chopping game so ox dies NOT Seem
Like the perfect Solution.

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