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Originally posted by collins.latag collins.latag wrote:

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<1000 in that video.

Tinykin those motions although abrupt aren't slow at all, you had to be pretty muscular before?

thanks for the feedback shakehander! :) will start at <1000 if i do get a chance to join a tourney. 
 
 
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Originally posted by collins.latag collins.latag wrote:

Originally posted by The Shakehander The Shakehander wrote:

<1000 in that video.

Tinykin those motions although abrupt aren't slow at all, you had to be pretty muscular before?

thanks for the feedback shakehander! :) will start at <1000 if i do get a chance to join a tourney. 
 

I would say play the highest event of day 1 (U1600-1750) or the lowest event on day 2 (U1900-1950) and start from there.  I think that since no one can see the spin one is placing on the ball in a video, it is a waste of time trying to be precise, but since you can attack chop, I would say don't play the lowest level events.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=Tj6C6ugizaQ&feature=endscreen

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Collins - NextLevel's advice is a very good one. You should be able to win a anything below 1900 event with a few exceptions (run into hot player, or doesn't know how to play combination players).

Unless you play drastically lower in tournaments, you should be around 2000+-100 points.

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Originally posted by bonggoy bonggoy wrote:

Collins - NextLevel's advice is a very good one. You should be to win a anything below 1900 event with a few exceptions (run into hot player, or doesn't know how to play combination players).

Unless you play drastically lower in tournaments, you should be around 2000+-100 points.

I won't guess a rating, but I would say significantly higher than 1000 and close to 2000 based solely on 1 video.  What is your opponent rated?  That would give you some idea.
1 thing you'll need to work on before the tournament is your serve.  I don't know if it's intentional or not, but you're clearly hiding the ball with your free hand.  Someone would have to call you on it (a lot of people don't), but if they did you would have to adjust your serves very quickly.  You don't want to get flustered during a match if someone calls you on it.
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Originally posted by hookumsnivy hookumsnivy wrote:


Originally posted by bonggoy bonggoy wrote:

Collins - NextLevel's advice is a very good one. You should be to win a anything below 1900 event with a few exceptions (run into hot player, or doesn't know how to play combination players).

Unless you play drastically lower in tournaments, you should be around 2000+-100 points.

I won't guess a rating, but I would say significantly higher than 1000 and close to 2000 based solely on 1 video.  What is your opponent rated?  That would give you some idea.
1 thing you'll need to work on before the tournament is your serve.  I don't know if it's intentional or not, but you're clearly hiding the ball with your free hand.  Someone would have to call you on it (a lot of people don't), but if they did you would have to adjust your serves very quickly.  You don't want to get flustered during a match if someone calls you on it.


His opponent is 2083. I think he went 6 games with him. He actually looks about the same level or one level lower than his opponent.

I love it when people estimate a ridiculously low rating because someone doesn't look the part.
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I said close to 2000, and I don't think that's not ridiculously low.  I only mentioned significantly higher than 1000 because of someone else's comment.

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Originally posted by The Shakehander The Shakehander wrote:

<1000 in that video.

Tinykin those motions although abrupt aren't slow at all, you had to be pretty muscular before?
The muscles went after I left the army 20years agoCry


Edited by Tinykin - 11/05/2012 at 7:39pm
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Originally posted by hookumsnivy hookumsnivy wrote:

I said close to 2000, and I don't think that's not ridiculously low.  I only mentioned significantly higher than 1000 because of someone else's comment.


Sorry that was not intended for you. I think somebody mentioned he is lower than 1000 rating before based of the video.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlkUUH0Bj0g&feature=youtu.be


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No idea why the youtube embedded is not showing...
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Originally posted by ZApenholder ZApenholder wrote:

No idea why the youtube embedded is not showing...


Cause you get too much underspin LOL
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Here you go, ZApenholder — nice looking serves. Smile

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lol Leshxa, you just made my day,,,, lol
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Thank you Pondus,
But I still don't know why I can't embeded it.... not fair :)
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take out the http://youtube.de and leave the rest (content) newb *which iwas not so long ago with embedding myself*  Big smile
 
and btw with those serves in that video, i'd rate you at >1000 too, especially the one @0:32  lolLOL


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dam i cant see, "quote" vs 'edit' Ouch

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Originally posted by The Shakehander The Shakehander wrote:

take out the http://youtube.de and leave the rest (content) newb *which iwas not so long ago with embedding myself*  Big smile
 
and btw with those serves in that video, i'd rate you at >1000 too, especially the one @0:32  lolLOL


I'm retired now Tongue, so my rating is 0.
I embedded it like this:
[ TUBE]xlkUUH0Bj0g&feature=youtu.be[ /TUBE]
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Originally posted by ZApenholder ZApenholder wrote:

Originally posted by The Shakehander The Shakehander wrote:

take out the http://youtube.de and leave the rest (content) newb *which iwas not so long ago with embedding myself*  Big smile
 
and btw with those serves in that video, i'd rate you at >1000 too, especially the one @0:32  lolLOL


I'm retired now Tongue, so my rating is 0.
I embedded it like this:
[ TUBE]xlkUUH0Bj0g&feature=youtu.be[ /TUBE]
 
^ just do that^
 
I just practice taking photos and accurately rate skill levels online on one video LOL


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Originally posted by The Shakehander The Shakehander wrote:

Originally posted by ZApenholder ZApenholder wrote:

Originally posted by The Shakehander The Shakehander wrote:

take out the http://youtube.de and leave the rest (content) newb *which iwas not so long ago with embedding myself*  Big smile
 
and btw with those serves in that video, i'd rate you at >1000 too, especially the one @0:32  lolLOL


I'm retired now Tongue, so my rating is 0.
I embedded it like this:
[ TUBE]xlkUUH0Bj0g&feature=youtu.be[ /TUBE]
 
^ just do that^
 
I just practice taking photos and accurately rate skill levels online on one video LOL


Sweet, it works.

I uploaded videos in the past, always just worked, never had to remove things from there...
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i think Alex was bored one night and didn't want to post Eugene in different backgrounds so he changed the settings...lol
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This is the most recent video I have of myself playing a buddy at a tournament. I'm about 2000 and he was about 2100. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPcTMjxf0xQ




This is an older video for some highlights from a tournament. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ybDWqKejag



This is cool point from your games: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ybDWqKejag&feature=player_embedded#t=361s

You are good player, I especially like your backhand, very smooth and controlled strokes.


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Originally posted by hookumsnivy hookumsnivy wrote:

Originally posted by bonggoy bonggoy wrote:

Collins - NextLevel's advice is a very good one. You should be to win a anything below 1900 event with a few exceptions (run into hot player, or doesn't know how to play combination players).

Unless you play drastically lower in tournaments, you should be around 2000+-100 points.

I won't guess a rating, but I would say significantly higher than 1000 and close to 2000 based solely on 1 video.  What is your opponent rated?  That would give you some idea.
1 thing you'll need to work on before the tournament is your serve.  I don't know if it's intentional or not, but you're clearly hiding the ball with your free hand.  Someone would have to call you on it (a lot of people don't), but if they did you would have to adjust your serves very quickly.  You don't want to get flustered during a match if someone calls you on it.

My opponent Ken Yutaka Takahashi is rated 2050++, although the video i posted was already one of my better set against him... he is a modern chopper... he mixes no-spin, side-spin, top-spin and under-spin when he is away from the table... and has a very consistent flat drive with either his forehand or backhand... in regards to my serve, well you are right, though unintentional sometimes i do accidently cover the ball with my free hand... i'm one of those players from the 21 point game era... its just now (past 4 months)  that i am able to play more than 4 times a month again after having an average of 8 best of 5 games per month for the last 8 years. 
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Originally posted by bonggoy bonggoy wrote:

Originally posted by hookumsnivy hookumsnivy wrote:


Originally posted by bonggoy bonggoy wrote:

Collins - NextLevel's advice is a very good one. You should be to win a anything below 1900 event with a few exceptions (run into hot player, or doesn't know how to play combination players).

Unless you play drastically lower in tournaments, you should be around 2000+-100 points.

I won't guess a rating, but I would say significantly higher than 1000 and close to 2000 based solely on 1 video.  What is your opponent rated?  That would give you some idea.
1 thing you'll need to work on before the tournament is your serve.  I don't know if it's intentional or not, but you're clearly hiding the ball with your free hand.  Someone would have to call you on it (a lot of people don't), but if they did you would have to adjust your serves very quickly.  You don't want to get flustered during a match if someone calls you on it.


His opponent is 2083. I think he went 6 games with him. He actually looks about the same level or one level lower than his opponent.

I love it when people estimate a ridiculously low rating because someone doesn't look the part.

Cool you know Ken! :) i'm just too inconsistent to beat him.... as you can see most of the points he won are unforced-errors.
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Originally posted by collins.latag collins.latag wrote:

Originally posted by collins.latag collins.latag wrote:

Here is a recent practice game clip at the club i play at... I'm the one in blue... still trying to lose more of my weight. 

http://youtu.be/R43FN8KGWRM



Migrated a year ago here in the US and I'm still not rated, too busy working to join tournaments, if i do get a chance maybe someone could give me an idea what category should i enlist for... Thanks in advance

Nice video, but make sure to keep your arm out of the way when serving. It constitutes as illegal serves because your tossing hand is in the line of sight for your opponents
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Nice video, but make sure to keep your arm out of the way when serving. It constitutes as illegal serves because your tossing hand is in the line of sight for your opponents

Will keep that in mind sir... :)

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Cool you know Ken! :) i'm just too inconsistent to beat him.... as you can see most of the points he won are unforced-errors.


That's chopping/defending by definition... wear down or deceive the opponent into unforced errors.


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Originally posted by liulin04 liulin04 wrote:

Originally posted by collins.latag collins.latag wrote:

Originally posted by collins.latag collins.latag wrote:

Here is a recent practice game clip at the club i play at... I'm the one in blue... still trying to lose more of my weight. 

http://youtu.be/R43FN8KGWRM



Migrated a year ago here in the US and I'm still not rated, too busy working to join tournaments, if i do get a chance maybe someone could give me an idea what category should i enlist for... Thanks in advance

Nice video, but make sure to keep your arm out of the way when serving. It constitutes as illegal serves because your tossing hand is in the line of sight for your opponents
 
hence the <1000 rating, like yourself i haven't been at a table till a few days ago i might go tonight but as long as you have those muscle memory....just get out and practice and the bigger ball does have a different flight plus all these new sheets to experiemnt withLOL


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