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Originally posted by heavyspin heavyspin wrote:

Originally posted by heavyspin heavyspin wrote:

A few positive highlights from my loss to James Therriault at the US Open.
Hey Larry, how about posting the whole match?

For someone who never posts any of your own play, you show know how to ask people to post their own play.
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Originally posted by NextLevel NextLevel wrote:

Originally posted by benfb benfb wrote:

Originally posted by heavyspin heavyspin wrote:

Originally posted by heavyspin heavyspin wrote:

A few positive highlights from my loss to James Therriault at the US Open.

Hey Larry, how about posting the whole match?

For someone who never posts any of your own play, you show know how to ask people to post their own play.

Funny you should post, as I just go done watching a couple of your videos.Clap

As for why I don't post any of myself: you should be thankful that I spare you from that.  The best I can do is serve as a warm up partner for others, such as Larry and Mark at this last Open.
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Ha - How come I am the one playing away from the table when we play Eric? Thank you for the match. It was fun.
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Originally posted by patrickhrdlicka patrickhrdlicka wrote:

Ha - How come I am the one playing away from the table when we play Eric? Thank you for the match. It was fun.
we all know you are secretly a “closet” lobber Patrick, you’ve just finally been publicly outed! Lol
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I love playing away from the table when I get the opportunity. It is not the most effective style however :)
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Thanks for the vid, I always enjoy watching your highlights.  But were you cool with 2729's serves?  They looked to be straight off his palm.  Dodgy.
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Yeah, straight off the palm serves without even a little pretend toss.

But I guess you won the match so it doesn't matter too much ;)

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How does one convert their full matches into Full Match short form?

(Which video editing software + which way to trim it is fastest). I've already trimmed off the start/end of recording i.e. with youtube, but I'm looking for the most painless way to trim off the 5-10s between each point, and the 30-60s between sets.

I'd love to share since I just started using the tripod etc. to record tournament matches, and get feedback as well as just share my improvement.

In the meantime:

Here's one of the top 5 points from the above matches that I made into a gif, as a taster

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Final:



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Originally posted by Basquests Basquests wrote:

How does one convert their full matches into Full Match short form?

(Which video editing software + which way to trim it is fastest). I've already trimmed off the start/end of recording i.e. with youtube, but I'm looking for the most painless way to trim off the 5-10s between each point, and the 30-60s between sets.
I use Sony Vegas. Just open the whole video in the timeline, cut parts you don´t want then render remaining parts. 
When you get used to it the process is quite simple.
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Highlights from some of my US Nationals matches. I tried to compile a variety of ways I won points. Don't be fooled by the selections. I lost more than half of these matches.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote schen Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07/14/2018 at 3:54pm
I was fortunate to win the U2000 title at this year's US Nationals :)

Here is a highlight video from my week in Vegas:

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Originally posted by schen schen wrote:

I was fortunate to win the U2000 title at this year's US Nationals :)

Congrats schen!

You actually played my friend in the quarters (the chopper in red shirt). Solid work against non traditional styles in the post group stage games. Very stable and offensive gameplay!
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Wow s chen, very impressive cpen skills! Did you play other events? With that playing, you looked like you could have taken the next higher event too Thumbs Up
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Cracking result and some cool highlights from the event. Kudos for grabbing the title and the wicked play.  Thumbs Up
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Great result and good play, it amazes me though how you have no umpires at a national comp.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote stiltt Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07/15/2018 at 2:23pm
any comment on that smash receive at 1min38sec in the 1st video? so sick!

I find schen's fh technique so fluid, clean, textbook! especially re. positioning, legs and hips work. I bet he is a great coach too. 


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I love your style schen- clean attacking strokes, with a smooth kill loop played at the right time- you've improved a ton since I used to watch your videos a few years ago!
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Great improvement in footwork, Schen!
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Thanks guys!

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Good play Eric. What is your equipment set up?
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Good play Eric. What is your equipment set up?

Just highlights, actually I got my ass kicked and dropped about 50 points. Oh well.
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Originally posted by Eric Fountain Eric Fountain wrote:

Originally posted by vanjr vanjr wrote:

Good play Eric. What is your equipment set up?

Just highlights, actually I got my ass kicked and dropped about 50 points. Oh well.
Blade: Ludeack Fleet. This is pretty nice but I need to stay closer and be more aggressive with it, not floating up high balls and retrieving.
FH: T05 2.1. Not a fan. A little too springy and maybe the sheet was too old but I was having some problems with grip and slippage. I will be using Hexer Grip instead tomorrow which I really liked on another blade. 
BH: Dornenglanz OX. Hadn't been using OX anything for years but I have been very impressed with this for all around style. 
I’ll see you tomorrow Eric, maybe we will have a rematch. 
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Originally posted by Eric Fountain Eric Fountain wrote:

Originally posted by vanjr vanjr wrote:

Good play Eric. What is your equipment set up?

Just highlights, actually I got my ass kicked and dropped about 50 points. Oh well.
Blade: Ludeack Fleet. This is pretty nice but I need to stay closer and be more aggressive with it, not floating up high balls and retrieving.
FH: T05 2.1. Not a fan. A little too springy and maybe the sheet was too old but I was having some problems with grip and slippage. I will be using Hexer Grip instead tomorrow which I really liked on another blade. 
BH: Dornenglanz OX. Hadn't been using OX anything for years but I have been very impressed with this for all around style. 
 
Hi Eric,
Just curious if the Hexer Grip worked out any better for you. I typically use T05 2.1 and normally don't have problems with slippage, but last time I played in that venue at SPTTC I had major slippage problems. I think there were some humidity issues as I was constantly having to wipe off my rubber.
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It was good to see you back in action again, Eric. Sorry, that we didn't get to chat. It was a busy weekend.

Hexer Grip is a GREAT rubber in my opinion if you want to play with non-chinese rubbers.  
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Eric’s game is not only fun to watch because the more frequent long rally battles but it’s also the best for upcoming players in a club to receive balls back again and again in the same rally. An ambitious 1500 arriving in the hall and watching him play will instantly (try to) challenge his table and hope he wins, I was one of them and I did not change.

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Originally posted by ndotson ndotson wrote:

Just curious if the Hexer Grip worked out any better for you. 

Actually I have about 3-4 months at least with Hexer Grip across two (and as of today three) blades and it is easily my favorite tensor (and rubber overall right now). Good spin, good feel, great for control looping, no glaring weaknesses (maybe a little gummy on smashes but I suck at that regardless, though maybe someday I try Powergrip too). HG is just very predictable for me overall, I don't look at my paddle in confusion very much. It will catapult out when you want but also has lower gears. 

T05 was just a one month stint because I happened to have an old sheet laying around when I wanted to try my old Ludeack Fleet and I was being stubborn about it because the first session was a fluke where I ran through the whole club without losing. I always end up disappointed with Tenergy though.

I think it will be fun to try someone's Dignics someday (no way am I buying) but other than that I'm really happy with and confident in HG. 


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