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PostPosted: 18 Mar 2021, 08:36 
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Blade: Andro Fibercomb Def
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I am BH dominated player and I use my BH not only for defense but also for attack opening. In general I struggle to control strong incoming spin especially underspin but do not fear incoming speed.

I tried a few SP rubbers but it is not my equipment. Totally alien feel and uncompromising demand for my allround style.

I currently play MP Dr. Neubauer KO Pro. Rather frictionless and destructive. While it is relatively fast, it is definitely defensive style rubber. Several times I heard that MP technique is similar to anti.

Not long ago I had a brief try of Friendship 804 on others blade. Well I can understand and control this rubber unlike normal inverted ones that sends balls to ceiling with my frictionless habits. But I am not sure if 804 2.0 is fast enough for me. And 804 was softer then I prefer.


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Try Reactor Ckylin.. Oh wait.. that's actually quite grippy and S-L-O-W.. probably the opposite of what you want?

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PostPosted: 18 Mar 2021, 12:46 
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Agree with Isk :) Ckylin is slow and very grippy - plays somewhat similar to the original Tackiness Chop which I used years ago. I use Ckylin (on a spare setup) in combination with OX long pips. At my level, it keeps a lot of balls on the table and wins me a lot of points and games :) I am not complaining :D


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If not a frictionless anti, then, Donic Anti Classic, with a 1,5 mm. thickness, best of the best to do it all.


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Yasaka Anti Power is another options. it still has a bit of grip, and is considerable faster than recent anti rubbers.

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Barna Original Anti?
I don't know this rubber, but from this test, it sounds like what you are looking for (English subtitles available):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=peI-h6Q3Mjo


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Blade: Andro Fibercomb Def
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Not sure if I want to trust Barna brand and afford high price tag. I want to start another EJ with something more established.

Yasaka Antipower is a popular product. And it seems nothing new discovered under the Sun of attacking anti "for the new ball".

Donic Anti Classic has very few reviews. I do not catch what is special in it. I also want fresh opinions about Stiga Energy Absorber.


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Barna is just a brand name of Der Materialspezialist.
So if you trust that brand, you can also trust Barna. If not, then not. :P


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Butterfly Super Anti is another well known, classic anti spin. I think American player Danny Seemiller still uses it to great effect at over 60 years old.

You might want to also check out some of the descriptions of the more traditional Dr Neubauer antis, like Buffalo, Bison, etc. He also has an "Anti Power" that I think is meant more for attacking.

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Blade: Gambler DJ Fly Super Wood
FH: Spinlord Waran
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Spinlord sandwind might be worth checking out. They market it as a "half-anti" rubber. I used it on my forehand for around a year. Wasn't as slick as the classic antis listed above, but I remember it being really good at hitting through spin.


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