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 tacky v.s. grippy topsheet
by angora 14 years ago
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by alphapong 14 years ago
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by George 14 years ago
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by angora 14 years ago
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by angora 14 years ago
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by alphapong 14 years ago
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by Daniel 14 years ago
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by SG 14 years ago
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by George 14 years ago
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by SG 14 years ago
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by George 14 years ago
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by cole 14 years ago
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by George 14 years ago
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by cole 14 years ago
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by George 14 years ago
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by ZoranV 14 years ago


The following message (subject: Re: tacky v.s. grippy topsheet) was posted by alphapong, on 10/26/2005 4:37:12 PM:
Look don't get me wrong, the Chinese dominate the world with tacky firm sponge rubber. And they loop just fine with it. But, my preference for an away from the table looping game is a tensioned rubber like F1 or F2. Monster loops and ferocious smashes without speed glue. You will however give up something on your short game. But if you want to loop away from the table I think the trade off is worth it. BTW I think the best 729 for away from the table looping is the stuff on top of the German ESN sponge.
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