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    Posted: 01/13/2023 at 4:48pm
hi
i playing tsp p1r, but i wanna test other lps in OX. (i playing 13mm neubauer balsa wood so thats why OX is good for me)
any tips what lps have the same or better chop backspin that the p1r?
(im a modern defender)
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Are you saying you want the most friction to be able to put your own spin?
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i dont know
i want chop back very heavy backspin far from the table if someone loop a heavy topspin.
or with OX pimple its better to be frictionless?
i playing tsp p1r what is not frictionless, and i like it very much but i wanna try some alternative

my technique is not bad, but I had an injury and now i started playing again, but with OX and 13mm light fast balsa blade



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i think i want something non frictionless similar that tsp p1r
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote firetack Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01/14/2023 at 4:00am
Your blade dosn't  sound ideal for  ox lp chopping and p1r is one of the best ox lp's for backspin that works on faster blades.
I find that Dawei 388d  ox draws more mistakes from opponent when chopping having used both but works better on slower blades as there is less grip but plenty of backspin from spin reversal 
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From video it looks like you have a very active chop, you might like a softer grippier rubber like Feint 3 or Curl P4 because they have a higher level of grip than P1R.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote haggisv Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01/14/2023 at 7:23pm
When chopping loops with an OX LP, I get the heaviest backspin with Tibhar Dtecs.

If you're chopping away from the table, you'll likely get heavier backspin with a sponge though, especially when facing faster loops. Fast loops are harder to control, and a sponge helps to absorb some of the pace, allowing you not only to control the loop better but also create more backspin.
OX tends to be more effective close in though, and also gives you more 'feel' of the ball.

I've changed between OX and sponge many times...against some players OX works better, against others a sponge really helps.
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Grippy OX is expert territory and difficult to be effective with.

Reversal OX is the norm and easier to pick up and have good ball quality with, but is easier to read by wise opponents. D.Tecs is the classic example. Thick balsa pairs more with this style but most people use these blades for blocking close to the table.

If you like the P1R/P1V more than the balsa then you should try it in 0.5mm on a more conventional blade. Sponge is more common for a grippy LP but it will take a long time to build technique.
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Check Grass Dtecs, Kamikaze Green Grass Long Edition - Der-Materialspezialist, Rebellion - Der-Materialspezialist. They are all have a very good reversal spin. 
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