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The video was taken awhile ago, I'm the one with the long hair. At the time I was having some equipment issues which caused my technique to be affected. I was using mendo on the fh and byrce on the bh with a clipper fl blade. The mendo was causing my throw to be too low which I didn't realize at the time. I switched to a more forgiving rubber Markv and i found that because I was no longer adjusting to the low throw my technique was more perfect. My opponent in the match plays a really tricky style that causes his opponent to seemingly make a lot of easy mistakes. He actually varies spins really well which causes his opponents to look foolish. We are both better players than we appear in this video.

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Glad you made this realization early on, my question is, do you think the extra dwell time on the Mark V made your shots less deadly and therefore made you a less potent player? Also, Clipper is a 7 ply blade, i'm not sure what type of wood the plies are, but i firmly believe that Ayous wood is the best choice for your game. Would you consider this switch? 

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Originally posted by idk idk wrote:

Originally posted by Entering_ripcity Entering_ripcity wrote:



The video was taken awhile ago, I'm the one with the long hair. At the time I was having some equipment issues which caused my technique to be affected. I was using mendo on the fh and byrce on the bh with a clipper fl blade. The mendo was causing my throw to be too low which I didn't realize at the time. I switched to a more forgiving rubber Markv and i found that because I was no longer adjusting to the low throw my technique was more perfect. My opponent in the match plays a really tricky style that causes his opponent to seemingly make a lot of easy mistakes. He actually varies spins really well which causes his opponents to look foolish. We are both better players than we appear in this video.

City,

Glad you made this realization early on, my question is, do you think the extra dwell time on the Mark V made your shots less deadly and therefore made you a less potent player? Also, Clipper is a 7 ply blade, i'm not sure what type of wood the plies are, but i firmly believe that Ayous wood is the best choice for your game. Would you consider this switch? 

I think the mendo was just not suitable for high level players like myself. Of course I would switch my main goal in life is to try every different rubber and blade out there.
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Originally posted by APW46 APW46 wrote:

Originally posted by idk idk wrote:

Originally posted by Entering_ripcity Entering_ripcity wrote:



The video was taken awhile ago, I'm the one with the long hair. At the time I was having some equipment issues which caused my technique to be affected. I was using mendo on the fh and byrce on the bh with a clipper fl blade. The mendo was causing my throw to be too low which I didn't realize at the time. I switched to a more forgiving rubber Markv and i found that because I was no longer adjusting to the low throw my technique was more perfect. My opponent in the match plays a really tricky style that causes his opponent to seemingly make a lot of easy mistakes. He actually varies spins really well which causes his opponents to look foolish. We are both better players than we appear in this video.

City,

Glad you made this realization early on, my question is, do you think the extra dwell time on the Mark V made your shots less deadly and therefore made you a less potent player? Also, Clipper is a 7 ply blade, i'm not sure what type of wood the plies are, but i firmly believe that Ayous wood is the best choice for your game. Would you consider this switch? 

 Remember please, Tuning is illegal.

Great advise thank you I'll keep that in mind in the future. Can you give me some coaching or did I mess that up by calling your redundant post crap. 
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Me practicing last week. Doing a drill with a coach whom I've not seen for about 6 months.

In mitigation I was rather exhausted and jet lagged. I'm a penholder with RPB.




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Originally posted by sandiway sandiway wrote:

Me practicing last week. Doing a drill with a coach whom I've not seen for about 6 months.

In mitigation I was rather exhausted and jet lagged. I'm a penholder with RPB.




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wow you play very good, if we were to play im lucky if i get 2 points in a game
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Originally posted by mikepong mikepong wrote:

Originally posted by sandiway sandiway wrote:

Me practicing last week. Doing a drill with a coach whom I've not seen for about 6 months.

In mitigation I was rather exhausted and jet lagged. I'm a penholder with RPB.

wow you play very good, if we were to play im lucky if i get 2 points in a game

You're probably looking at the wrong guy. The coach is also a penholder with RPB.

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nah, that just how i estimate how low my level is. im getting coaching now adays i hope i can improve more
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Another video of mine, this is older than the other

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J8CB4Y0uM64


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What can be my rating estimation?
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Video of you in a match?
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I don't know why can't we see the video. Here is the link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwlIu1MpKh0

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I think around 2000. Little hard to tell. Selected shots and opponents were all weaker at 1700-1900.
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I don't know why can't we see the video. Here is the link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwlIu1MpKh0

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I think around 2000. Little hard to tell. Selected shots and opponents were all weaker at 1700-1900.


you're right, a video clipping is difficult to estimate. Here I have another video of a full game. regards

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I would say around 1900. Good come back on 4th game. Clap

Originally posted by sevi78 sevi78 wrote:

I think around 2000. Little hard to tell. Selected shots and opponents were all weaker at 1700-1900.


you're right, a video clipping is difficult to estimate. Here I have another video of a full game. regards

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gpp5wybpVXk
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That match was all about the serve.
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My matches from yesterday...

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Originally posted by Pushblocker Pushblocker wrote:

My matches from yesterday...

vs. David Sakai


Good Win PB !

Dave Sakai is a veteran. I wonder why a lot of his serves were illegal, not going up 6 inches ?
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Originally posted by LUCKYLOOP LUCKYLOOP wrote:

Originally posted by Pushblocker Pushblocker wrote:

My matches from yesterday...

vs. David Sakai


Good Win PB !

Dave Sakai is a veteran. I wonder why a lot of his serves were illegal, not going up 6 inches ?

Some of them might not be 6 inches but I didn't see any unfair advantage from it, so I didn't complain.
However, almost all of Khoa's serves were at least borderline illegal as he was hiding contact with his body.. I say borderline as my position when returning serves is not wide in the backhand side but in the middle of the table and his body was hiding contact on almost all serves but I understand that if I would be at the backhand corner like most players, his body would NOT be in the way as I could see the ball and contact. However, as I return all serves with my backhand, I need to be in the middle of the table.
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Here's another one.. This was a very good match against John Thach Tran.. Very close match..

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Originally posted by Pushblocker Pushblocker wrote:


However, almost all of Khoa's serves were at least borderline illegal as he was hiding contact with his body.. I say borderline as my position when returning serves is not wide in the backhand side but in the middle of the table and his body was hiding contact on almost all serves but I understand that if I would be at the backhand corner like most players, his body would NOT be in the way as I could see the ball and contact. However, as I return all serves with my backhand, I need to be in the middle of the table.
That doesn't make Khoa's serves borderline illegal.  It makes them clearly illegal but borderline nuisance for you personally.  The serve has to be visible anywhere along the baseline.  Suppose you were a left-handed, forehand dominant player? Then you would stand not in the center of the  table but straight down the line for Khoa, making the serves even more invisible.
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Originally posted by benfb benfb wrote:

Originally posted by Pushblocker Pushblocker wrote:


However, almost all of Khoa's serves were at least borderline illegal as he was hiding contact with his body.. I say borderline as my position when returning serves is not wide in the backhand side but in the middle of the table and his body was hiding contact on almost all serves but I understand that if I would be at the backhand corner like most players, his body would NOT be in the way as I could see the ball and contact. However, as I return all serves with my backhand, I need to be in the middle of the table.
That doesn't make Khoa's serves borderline illegal.  It makes them clearly illegal but borderline nuisance for you personally.  The serve has to be visible anywhere along the baseline.  Suppose you were a left-handed, forehand dominant player? Then you would stand not in the center of the  table but straight down the line for Khoa, making the serves even more invisible.

Agreed.  The real problem is that it might not have made a difference anyways.
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Originally posted by LUCKYLOOP LUCKYLOOP wrote:

Originally posted by Pushblocker Pushblocker wrote:

My matches from yesterday...

vs. David Sakai


Good Win PB !

Dave Sakai is a veteran. I wonder why a lot of his serves were illegal, not going up 6 inches ?

Actually, the problem is more common with veterans because they were allowed to virtually serve out of their hands at a point.  I've watched Dave play many times and he is very consistent about how he uses the serve so I don't see an opponent feeling rushed or anything like that.  He has other legal serves he can use if you complain.
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I make a highlight video per tournament. 



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I know those are just the high lights but there are more good TT rallies in this video that what I see in most of the other matches I have seen here.  Eric is fun to watch.

What I don't like is the way Eric cuts up his videos.  It would be nice to see all the high lights against one player at once.


 
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Originally posted by tt4me tt4me wrote:

I know those are just the high lights but there are more good TT rallies in this video that what I see in most of the other matches I have seen here.  Eric is fun to watch.

What I don't like is the way Eric cuts up his videos.  It would be nice to see all the high lights against one player at once.


I've very surprised to see those kinds of points in an under 1700 event.  It's rare to see that.  I think the defensive nature brings it out.  One of the players are my club ends up with a lot of exciting points - he backs up and plays a lot of defense w/ chops and lobs..

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Originally posted by Eric Fountain Eric Fountain wrote:

I make a highlight video per tournament. 


Good stuff.   I know it's a highlight reel, but possible power and stroke choice problems aside, I love your stroke discipline and can't see why you are 1700...


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Originally posted by Eric Fountain Eric Fountain wrote:

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Nice video! I like the point @ :42
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Originally posted by sandiway sandiway wrote:

Me practicing last week. Doing a drill with a coach whom I've not seen for about 6 months.

In mitigation I was rather exhausted and jet lagged. I'm a penholder with RPB.




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