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    Posted: 12/23/2016 at 8:26pm
I'm a loop kill player with chinese rubber. My current set up is Dr Neubauer World Champion with Yinhe Big Dipper on FH. It's so fast to me . The ball coming out from the table . Can you recomend best choice chinese tacky rubber for my forehand ? Thx and sorry for bad English
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Time to jump on the Hurricane train.  However Big Dipper is already an excellent rubber.  
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What hurricane will be fit with my style ? I often drive and loopkill the ball
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H3 Neo, and then no more EJ worries.
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What EJ mean friend ?
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Originally posted by felixchrissandy felixchrissandy wrote:

What EJ mean friend ?
You don't want to know
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What about H3-50 ? Is it bad ?
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Chinese rubber = Hurricane 3 neo
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I'd try Sanwei Target National first. H3 Neo might prove to be too different to Big Dipper. 
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Originally posted by GeneralSpecific GeneralSpecific wrote:

Originally posted by felixchrissandy felixchrissandy wrote:

What EJ mean friend ?
You don't want to know


Ha ha ha. I thought everyone here knew it
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I dont active in here and my english bad too
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Okay thx for your information
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I'd try Sanwei Target National first. H3 Neo might prove to be too different to Big Dipper. 
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Originally posted by felixchrissandy felixchrissandy wrote:

What EJ mean friend ?

It's when you miss a shot and you automatically look at your paddle because its the paddle's fault LOLShockedTongueLOL
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Originally posted by 808ponger 808ponger wrote:

Originally posted by felixchrissandy felixchrissandy wrote:

What EJ mean friend ?

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[/DIV][DIV]It's when you miss a shot and you automatically look at your paddle because its the paddle's fault [IMG]smileys/smiley36.gif" alt="LOL" title="LOL[/IMG][IMG]smileys/smiley3.gif" alt="Shocked" title="Shocked[/IMG][IMG]smileys/smiley17.gif" alt="Tongue" title="Tongue[/IMG][IMG]smileys/smiley36.gif" alt="LOL" title="LOL[/IMG][/DIV]
oh i see , thank you for your information [:P] [:)] [:)]
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Originally posted by felixchrissandy felixchrissandy wrote:

What EJ mean friend ?

Canonical definition: Equipment Junkie - TT player who is convinced that it is important to find OPTIMAL setup and thus spends a lot of time changing blades and rubbers to find the best one. More often than not hurting their game in the process.
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Originally posted by 808ponger 808ponger wrote:

Time to jump on the Hurricane train.  However Big Dipper is already an excellent rubber.  


I need to recomend a chinese rubber for a kid like big dipper but less bouncy
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Originally posted by pgpg pgpg wrote:

Originally posted by felixchrissandy felixchrissandy wrote:

What EJ mean friend ?

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[/DIV][DIV]Canonical definition: Equipment Junkie - TT player who is convinced that it is important to find OPTIMAL setup and thus spends a lot of time changing blades and rubbers to find the [B][U]best[/U][/B] one. More often than not hurting their game in the process.[/DIV]
thx for your info
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If you like Big Dipper, stay with it. If you want upgrade, go to TG3 Blue Sponge.
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729-Super is the best.
There are many old Chinese coaches still using that old style rubber and they could prove its quality.
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Originally posted by pgpg pgpg wrote:

Originally posted by felixchrissandy felixchrissandy wrote:

What EJ mean friend ?

Canonical definition: Equipment Junkie - TT player who is convinced that it is important to find OPTIMAL setup and thus spends a lot of time changing blades and rubbers to find the best one. More often than not hurting their game in the process.

It hurts the wallet too.
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Originally posted by Imago Imago wrote:

If you like Big Dipper, stay with it. If you want upgrade, go to TG3 Blue Sponge.


The kid couldnt control the rubber, was thinking about tin arc but skyline would be more forgiving?
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Originally posted by bbkon bbkon wrote:

Originally posted by Imago Imago wrote:

If you like Big Dipper, stay with it. If you want upgrade, go to TG3 Blue Sponge.


The kid couldnt control the rubber, was thinking about tin arc but skyline would be more forgiving?

Also consider the price difference between BD and TG3 BS...
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H3 Neo, and then no more EJ worries.

where do you order H3 Neo? commercial or provincial or national? and how do you spot whether they are genuine or fake?


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Originally posted by vvk1 vvk1 wrote:

I'd try Sanwei Target National first. H3 Neo might prove to be too different to Big Dipper. 

where do you order H3 Neo? commercial or provincial or national? and how do you spot whether they are genuine or fake?
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Originally posted by felixchrissandy felixchrissandy wrote:

What about H3-50 ? Is it bad ?

where do you order H3 50? commercial or provincial or national? and how do you spot whether they are genuine or fake?
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Originally posted by incarnation incarnation wrote:

Originally posted by felixchrissandy felixchrissandy wrote:

What about H3-50 ? Is it bad ?

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[/DIV][DIV]where do you order H3 50? commercial or provincial or national? and how do you spot whether they are genuine or fake?[/DIV]
I dont buy it yet
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I order H3 from OOAK shop and I definitely can spot which one is real or fake by observing its life span. If it lasts more than 50 hours playing respectively and only drops down to 90% quality, that is a good H3.

There is no "Commercial" nor "Prov", only one real H3 and MANY fake H3. The fake one could be labelled by any version. Please open your mind.



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Originally posted by incarnation incarnation wrote:

where do you order H3 Neo? commercial or provincial or national? and how do you spot whether they are genuine or fake?

I've ordered H3 Neo from tabletennis11, ZeroPong, and MegaSpin. I don't worry about any of the provincial, national drama, I've ever spent more than $20 a sheet. My level is not high enough to appreciate the differences, I just love H3 Neo as a linear, controllable, consistent rubber. You get out of it what you put in, which means I can see the ball quality difference when I use legs, weight transfer, hip rotation, etc. I like the physicality that H3 Neo encourages.
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You can try 868 spin power from Amazon. Just only 15 usd a sheet.
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Originally posted by incarnation incarnation wrote:

Originally posted by felixchrissandy felixchrissandy wrote:

What about H3-50 ? Is it bad ?


where do you order H3 50? commercial or provincial or national? and how do you spot whether they are genuine or fake?


H3-50 only one version.
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