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Q: Pro&#39s style (3)

 Q: Pro's style
by MadCow 14 years ago
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by Cur 14 years ago
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by rolly 14 years ago
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by Dave 14 years ago
Re: Q: Pro's style
by MadCow 14 years ago
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by rhino 14 years ago
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by rhino 14 years ago
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by PETER 14 years ago
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by PETER 14 years ago
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by Dave 14 years ago
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by Dave 14 years ago
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by PETER 14 years ago
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by PETER 14 years ago
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by Rod 14 years ago
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by ZoranV 14 years ago
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by Dave 14 years ago


The following message (subject: Re: Q: Pro&#39s style) was posted by MadCow, on 6/24/2005 2:27:43 PM:
I agree that that kind of play is extremely boring (both to play and watch), I was just wondering if it was some kind of unwritten rule that you don't take advantage of such easy shots. The reason I bring this up is because I played a guy yesterday who's paddle was just the cheap plastic one provided by the place and he beat me simply through placement of shots. Some of his serves even grazed the edges of the table making them impossible to return! Do you have any tips on how to beat a person with this style of play?
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