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PostPosted: 07 Jul 2021, 06:57 
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In 1995 ITTF attempted to ban speed-glues. The robotNazis revolted & got the speed-glue ban repealed almost immediately.
Yet in 1995 Eberhard Scholer attempted to pass the Aspect Ratio change (supposedly to limit the problem of treated (microwaved) pips as rule at Tianjin 1995 BGM. It failed. But Scholer secretly passed the Aspect Ratio change as Regulation in Durban n 1998. Once Scholer knew how he can sneak in changes as regulations, he also passed the Frictionless Pips Ban

Let us look at some facts, shall we. I for one, never claim or ever claimed that there are zero problems of players treating pips. I agree it is wrong because rules state that a rubber cannot be altered by user. But let us look at the flipside. There is a much bigger problems of speed-glues & boosters from 1995. For every player that treats pips, there are at least 100 players (more like 500 or 1000), who speed-glue & boost.
Which in is the serious health issue ? Definitely not the treated pips. But who does the ITTF repeatedly crackdown upon ? Just the pips players.
Why ? Because the robotNazis know the spin(e)less cowards not only cannot do a damn thing (because all ITTF councils are majority robotNazis & they can more powerfully make bigger noises about a small number of players treating their pips. The real pandemic in table-tennis is not treated pips, it is rampant use of speed-glues and boosters & zero testing at lower level.) but they won’t because the spin(e)less cowards continue to have this psychotic delusion that the robotNazis will accept them.


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There are even legal glues that give a speed glue effect that lasts about a month or two , :lol: :lol: :lol: ....... the next treatment will be the ball,.... meaning the ball will look legal but there will be a way to change the behaviour of it,....resembling the celluloid era,.... I bet this is happening right now , folks,....

..... the cunning guys will always be ahead of rules,.... make a rule,ok,... you will have a brilliant mind to circumvent it, especially if this rule is absurd ,....

The ITTF does know about illegal boosters? of course,................The ITTF does know about frictionless pips around in lower leagues? of course ,......

The ITTF starts losing money?,...welcome boosters, welcome frictionless pips, welcome 38 mm ball, welcome celluloid balls,..etc,..etc ,......


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For what it's worth, I think most of the agitation for ITTF to ban this or ban that isn't to "improve" or "fix" table tennis at the top levels of the sport. It's from what is happening at the lower levels of the sport - the hordes of enthusiasts that are very vocal about "pips out are bad" or "boosting is illegal", who go to lower level tournaments (or play in lower ratings level classes) and lose to someone using long pips or, if using long pips, gets beat by some looper who they feel must be "speed gluing". Enough of this, and they start talking to their national representatives, etc. This is the agitation that led to the aspect ratio rule, the frictionless pips ban, etc. The top players don't care - they're not the ones sanding their blades concave to squeeze in an extra 0.2mm sponge. It's the lower level players who might do this, or worry about people doing it.

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CHEATERS' FARM. WHAT A SHAME IT IS.

TABLE TENNIS is now got in disrepute with common public as most dishonest and most "deceptive" sport as compared to other sporting activities. Most of semi-profies are told crafty guys using deceptive materials a lot.
Just look into the selling catalogues in tt-materials, it all looks like Devil itself residing there.. Table tennis is no more of respectable sporting game. It is now much like a gathering of bloody crime
KILLER
VENOM
BAD BOY
INFERNO
BLOODY FIST
and many, many more of rubber items with repulsive or stupid names can be found on market to discredit our sport in public....

Table tennis is now told with general public as an unworthy sport for being profuse of deceptive materials
- boosters,
- non friction pimps,
-- deceptive reversal rubbers
-- Etc.
and great abundance of non-sporting trashy rubbers on market. Disruptive /deceptive/ destructive rubber materials are now found anywhere on market in plenty.

We have now applied to Ittf Executive Council with a formal request to exclude all the odious rubbers from LARC as soon as possible. We believe those rubbers are not acceptable for using as ITTF approved product. Manufacturers all are bound to re-name those odious and stupid tradenames for a normal name.


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You know, I came across this video earlier tonight:



Sort of brought Igor to mind.. :lol:

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"PERMANENT SPONGE" RULE
Good to hear a novelty Rule to govern the use of sandwich rubbers is now underway.
The core idea is that you cant use any of sandwich rubbers unless the Red Circle sign is stuck on the retail pack. This is to avoid players constructing some weird rubber with some no-name sponge underneath, those weird sponge materials ITTF will disfavour strongly..
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