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    Posted: 03/20/2017 at 11:53am
Hello, anyone have a review of Gambler 7s?

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Nick, I have played with it on my Bh. I like to control block with bh and 7's is ok for that but I found it a bit too fast and had a pop to it that caused pushes to go off the table too often for me. Some folks would like it on their forehand.  It is high quality, mechanical grip, firm-medium feel to the sponge. Great price if that is an issue. I never tried it on my forehand because I have a rubber there I really like and it is softer than 7's Hope this helps.  Joe
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Sorry, Nick I just checked the link you posted and your link is not for 7's   It is for 7's Pro Competitor which is a newer rubber that I have not played.    I spoke with Tom at Zeropong a few weeks ago and he was very high on this rubber and Aces Pro Competitor.I have a sheet of the Aces pro comp on one of my blades and it is a good backhand rubber for me-medium speed and good control
There are reviews for these rubbers at their web-site.  Tom at Zeropong is very helpful and not hard to reach on the phone.Wink
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