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Gorilla vs Grizzly (9)

 Gorilla vs Grizzly
by Jorge 11 years ago
 Re: Gorilla vs Grizzly
by Fadil Olguner 11 years ago
 Re: Gorilla vs Grizzly
by Jorge 11 years ago
 Re: Gorilla glue
by L.A. Johnston 11 years ago
 Re: Gorilla vs Grizzly
by Ben 11 years ago
 Re: Gorilla vs Grizzly
by Fadil Olguner 11 years ago
 Re: Gorilla vs Grizzly
by Fadil Olguner 11 years ago
 Re: Gorilla vs Grizzly
by Ben 11 years ago
 Re: Gorilla vs Grizzly
by Fadil Olguner 11 years ago
Re: Gorilla vs Grizzly
by Ben 11 years ago
 Re: Gorilla vs Grizzly
by Fadıl Olguner 11 years ago
 Re: Gorilla vs Grizzly
by Ben 11 years ago
 Re: Gorilla vs Grizzly
by Fadil Olguner 11 years ago
 Re: Gorilla vs Grizzly
by Ben 11 years ago
 Re: Gorilla vs Grizzly
by Fadil Olguner 11 years ago


The following message (subject: Re: Gorilla vs Grizzly) was posted by Ben, on 6/21/2008 1:59:55 PM:
Hi Fadil, They are not going to ban antis per say, just the ones that don't meet the minimum friction level. Gorilla and grizzly clearly do not, which is why I think that they will be banned once brought the attention of the ITTF. If they cause people problems then rest assured that those people will be writing letters. If they don't cause people problems then they are ineffective any way.

All the ITTF are trying to do is make this sport pleasing to the eye for the spectator so it can catch up with sports like tennis. Choppers who use friction pips, attackers who use friction pips and loopers who use inverted are nice to watch. Blockers who use frictionless rubber make the sport ugly, which is why they are doing away with that style. Regarding the inverted max thickness if that is true then they are trying to slow the game down to where the spectator can at least see the ball when it is being looped and smashed by the pro. Thanks, Ben.
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