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    Posted: 12/06/2017 at 11:25pm
 I propose a new event or better yet class of events that I think should be played at the US Open and Nationals. This is based on the fact that US players love the Nittakku premium balls from celluloid to now NP40+. However the same players are extremely cheap. I propose tournament events played with over used NP40+ with at least 50 hours on them (maybe 100). Clearly this is what players love as try to get them to discard such balls and use a new one elicit such disgust that one care barely get another ball in edgewise.

Also it may help my clubmates not lose so many points when they go to Vegas (they take the saying what USATT points go to Vegas stay in Vegas very seriously).
Sword Yokahama Yue or Gambler Fire Dragon FLC or AVX J power or ?. Double inverted. Red on one side and black on the other. I can't seem to commit....
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Those slick Nittakus are actually training aids like weighted bat donuts, ankle weights, or those little parachutes sprinters use.  Once you can spin up one of those light bulb Nittakus (so shiny you can read by the light bouncing  off them), your loops with nice new balls become unreturnable.

Mark - I am not a cheapskate, but I am trying to learn how to repair broken balls so they can be used again.  Anybody out there an expert on plastic welding repair of ABS?
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