QuoteReplyTopic: Table Tennis Video Holland Posted: 06/09/2018 at 12:13pm

Hi all,

Here i am again, with a new video! In
this video you can see the 'Club Championships-final' of a table tennis
club in the North of the Netherlands (TTV Delta Impuls).

The
players play at the lowest National-level in the Netherlands (third
division, red guy) and the highest Northern-level (one level below the
third division, blue guy).

Enjoy the video and let me know what you think of it!

Every time I see videos from Holland, I'm amazed at how tall all the guys are... The guy in red looks huge!

I wonder what rating these players would be.

The boy in red (ELO rating: 1797) is number 183 in the Netherlands, out of a total of 1750 league-playing players.The player in blue (ELO rating 1680) is number 255 of the Netherlands.

For example: the ELO rating of the number one in the Netherlands is 2565.

Danny Heister in capris FTW! I see that the first place gets a trophy. What was in the box for the second prize? Also, are the wines for 3rd and 4th place to drown their sorrows or for the after party with "special brownies"?

Danny Heister in capris FTW! I see that the first place gets a trophy. What was in the box for the second prize? Also, are the wines for 3rd and 4th place to drown their sorrows or for the after party with "special brownies"?

Haha, yup... it's our imitation Danny Heister again! The number one got a trophy with a bottle of wine.The runner-up got a piece of cake.In the canteen, the cake was cut into pieces and distributed over all players... so in fact everyone became a little winner! I do not know what happened to the wine...

The boy in red (ELO rating: 1797) is number 183 in the Netherlands, out of a total of 1750 league-playing players. The player in blue (ELO rating 1680) is number 255 of the Netherlands.

For example: the ELO rating of the number one in the Netherlands is 2565.

Hopefully this gives some clarity! :-)

That would put them in the 10th-15th percentile in the Netherlands, and they're way better than that.

Guess you just looked at 'rang' in the ELO rating. There they have a strange way of numbering. When 4 players for example have 2,000 points and are ranked 100th, the player(s) with 1,999 points is (are) ranked 101.

The real ranks would be about 285 and 500 out of a total of 14,000, which would place them well within the 5th percentile.

Edited by CSBV - 06/17/2018 at 8:34am

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The boy in red (ELO rating: 1797) is number 183 in the Netherlands, out of a total of 1750 league-playing players. The player in blue (ELO rating 1680) is number 255 of the Netherlands.

For example: the ELO rating of the number one in the Netherlands is 2565.

Hopefully this gives some clarity! :-)

That would put them in the 10th-15th percentile in the Netherlands, and they're way better than that.

Guess you just looked at 'rang' in the ELO rating. There they have a strange way of numbering. When 4 players for example have 2,000 points and are ranked 100th, the player(s) with 1,999 points is (are) ranked 101.

The real ranks would be about 285 and 500 out of a total of 14,000, which would place them well within the 5th percentile.

The boy in red (ELO rating: 1797) is number 183 in the Netherlands, out of a total of 1750 league-playing players. The player in blue (ELO rating 1680) is number 255 of the Netherlands.

For example: the ELO rating of the number one in the Netherlands is 2565.

Hopefully this gives some clarity! :-)

That would put them in the 10th-15th percentile in the Netherlands, and they're way better than that.

Guess you just looked at 'rang' in the ELO rating. There they have a strange way of numbering. When 4 players for example have 2,000 points and are ranked 100th, the player(s) with 1,999 points is (are) ranked 101.

The real ranks would be about 285 and 500 out of a total of 14,000, which would place them well within the 5th percentile.

The boy in red (ELO rating: 1797) is number 183 in the Netherlands, out of a total of 1750 league-playing players. The player in blue (ELO rating 1680) is number 255 of the Netherlands.

For example: the ELO rating of the number one in the Netherlands is 2565.

Hopefully this gives some clarity! :-)

That would put them in the 10th-15th percentile in the Netherlands, and they're way better than that.

Guess you just looked at 'rang' in the ELO rating. There they have a strange way of numbering. When 4 players for example have 2,000 points and are ranked 100th, the player(s) with 1,999 points is (are) ranked 101.

The real ranks would be about 285 and 500 out of a total of 14,000, which would place them well within the 5th percentile.

I do. After a 12 year pause, I came back to the sport 2 years ago. At the moment I play in the first class North, region Groningen. I know both players in your vid. Played against the one in blue at training in Leek last year.

Stiga Offensive Wood Kjell Johansson; Yinhe Big Dipper 38° max; Reactor Ckylin max MDP custom all wood; Sanwei Target max; Sanwei Target max

I do. After a 12 year pause, I came back to the sport 2 years ago. At the moment I play in the first class North, region Groningen. I know both players in your vid. Played against the one in blue at training in Leek last year.

Good to hear that you have started playing again!So in two years time back at first class level again... nice! Keep up the good work! :-)

I do. After a 12 year pause, I came back to the sport 2 years ago. At the moment I play in the first class North, region Groningen. I know both players in your vid. Played against the one in blue at training in Leek last year.

By the way, at which club did you start playing again CSBV?

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